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Project review? Prepare the good scenarii

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I have just attended to a meeting regarding one project of my running program. This kind of meeting is called « Project Meeting ». Initiated by the project manager, it aims to discuss with the program manager and other selected stakeholders some important facts about the projects before the official Project Review. It aims to deal with important issues and collect options from important sponsors beforehand.

Really often the project team uses those meetings to announce:

  • a budget exceeding,
  • a delay

What I realize today is that in most of the meeting I have participated to, the project team forgive to bring important information that are keys to their counterparts: a plan.

Explaining that budget is going wild, planning is dead and gold-plated deliverables are everywhere is in a sense not really interesting to take decision about the project. What the project team should focus on are its strategy to take the project on track according to the available options:

  • Budget should remain unchanged
  • Planning should remain unchanged
  • Scope should remain unchanged

According to those 3 different strategy the team should provide scenarii to their stakeholders in order to have clear direction.

What is the plan to keep the budget unchanged while our scope is booming or delay is out of control?
What are the consequences if we keep the original planning (i.e. deliverables dates) regarding to the scope (descoping) or budget?

When experiencing troubles on projects, project teams should of course understand the reasons and act to stop the deviation but also work on alternative and scenarii about the future of its project. If not, the decision taken during a project review could be somehow definitive.

Do you see other things to focus on in that case?

 

thanks for reading.

 

 

Mindmapping, the swiss knife of your innovative life

Mindmap your life!

Do you know mindmapping? That wonderful technique is a way to keep organize your thoughts whatever you are doing.

Trying ot innovate? Mindmap your thinking to find the right problem.
Trying to solve this problem? Mindmap it to make a clear statement of the situationTrying to find agood technical solution? Mindmap your opportunities to rank them
etc… etc…

My last one? Trying to find a new job? Mindmap your career to find your strength and weaknesses and define a good strategy (this is really a wonderful tool to realize how many things you can do 😉 )

Mindmapping is one of the most powerful tool to set up and visually organize information and thoughts

What is mindampping?

According to Wikipedia

A mind map is a diagram used to visually organize information. A mind map is often created around a single concept, drawn as an image in the center of a blank page, to which associated representations of ideas such as images, words and parts of words are added. Major ideas are connected directly to the central concept, and other ideas branch out from those.

Mindmapping will allow to organise visually and with a clear hierarchy all your ideas.

How to mindamp?

First be sure you have enough space on a blank sheet of paper. grab at least 4 makers of different colours.

One can summarize mindmapping by those steps:

  1. Write down the topic in the center of your sheet
  2. From the center, write keywords that come to your mind around your central topic,
  3. Connect keywords to your central topic with lines. if keywords have a connections together, connect it also but with a different kind of line (dotted as an example)
  4. Use different colours either for different branches or different concepts of your maps
  5. Use the radial construction to show a clear and good hierarchy
  6. Shape your map in order to make the most powerful concept more visible.

Start with something easy to handle. I did my first mindmap with « dog » as the central topic.

Examples

Here are some examples I grab on the net.

You don’t need to be an expert in drawing. Those maps are much more beautiful than the most beautiful one I have ever made or seen.

Tools

Lots of tools are available on the internet to draw a mindmap.

  1. Xmind, my favorite
  2. FreeMind, a very good tool too
  3. Mindmeister, often recommanded I personnaly have never used it
  4. MindManager

A quick search on the net will give you even more possibilities.

Thanks for reading.

Wisely use Sticky notes in your Workshops

lean-office-manage-sticky-notes It might seem obvious to use but sticky notes are not that easy to use in a workshop. Let’s discover how to use it wisely for the good of your workshop and to achieve the results your participants deserve.

Sticky notes are somehow the most used tools in Innovation, Creativity, Brainstorming, Problem Solving…. well it is the most used tool when dealing with ideas, structuring and organizing things.

As easy as it seems, using the sticky notes at their top power requires some tips we will share with you.

Why are the sticky notes such a Star?

Sticky notes have a bunch of advantages for organizing and structuring ideas of any kinds.

  • Visual: Images are processed 6000 times faster than text. With their colours and shapes it amplify information and provide quick understanding of the underlying contextual contents.
  • They are legions: As they are easy to set, you can catch all ideas coming up in your team life like a streaming of content
  • Movable: as you can rearrange them, it is easy to cluster ideas, create connections and reorganise your thinking

How to get the most out of it?

A sticky note is more than just a piece of coloured paper glued on a wall. It has 4 characteristics giving them their abilities to organize and visually shape your mind:

  1. Writing
    Too much text makes it unreadable and will alter the necessary « quick » understanding, giving too much details.
    Too less text will not give enough contents to understand the deep meaning.
    The good writing of a sticky note should be concise enough to be understood.
  2. Drawing
    Humans understand much better images than text. A sketch illustrating the ideas will ease the understanding. Sketching is also a good way to stay concise.
  3. Colour
    Using different colours allow structuring and managing your different ideas and concepts. One colour, one group, one category is a good technique to stay your workshop organized.
  4. Shape
    Sticky notes are now coming in various size and various shape. Choose the ones that are the most suited for your workshop.
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Last tips

As I have used thousand of sticky notes in hundreds of workshops, I can share with you some tips.They are not definitive, so feel free to add yours as a comment.

I personally use the traditional squared one in different colours (at least 4) and the « citation » one. I categorize the notes and structure my mind.From time to time I like other shapes but only for a dedicated use only. As for an example, I use arrow-shaped ones for process analysis and I have found an bulb-shaped ones for good ideas!

My tips for your next workshop:

  • Be sure the sticky band is positioned on the top to avoid the sticky note to be up side down,
  • Write upper case to be readable from away,
  • Keep the same ink colour during your workshop, unity creates readability.

 

Thanks for reading.

FabLab d’Entreprise: Retour d’expérience (Saison 2)

Pour retrouver la saison 1, c’est ICI

Voici maintenant près de 2 ans nous inaugurions notre FabLab d’entreprise. C’est l’une des briques qui définit aujourd’hui l’écosystème d’innovation de l’entreprise. Ce fablab, pensé, conçu et réalisé en interne, partait sur des hypothèses assez tranchées et peu communes:

  • pas d’équipe d’animation dédiée mais des « champions », des référents qui avaient pour mission d’animer et de promouvoir le lieu,
  • Un Lieu « DUAL » avec une partie orientée INNOVATION (Design de SERVICE, workshop de créativité, Business Model génération, Design thinking etc…) plutôt orientée concept et réflexion et une autre partie clairement orientée PROTOTYPAGE avec principalement une imprimante 3D, des moyens électronique (ARDUINO etc…) et maquettage plus classique (carton etc…)
  • Un libre service complet avec des réservation en ligne

Après 2 ans de fonctionnement quels enseignements peut on tirer?

Un bilan globalement positif, des améliorations à mener.

  1. La nécessité d’avoir un accompagnement technique et méthodologique
    Même si les équipes sont formées aux techniques de créativité (+de 30 animateurs formés et certifiés), de BM generation etc… il est indispensable d’avoir un accompagnement plus proche et précis des utilisateurs et un process pour le soutenir. C’est une démarche que nous mettons en place actuellement pour accentuer les effets positifs de notre Lab. Cependant la position de ne pas consacrer une équipe à temps complet nous tient à coeur. Cela oblige à l’appropriation du lieu par les équipes, même si du coup la dynamique est plus complexe à enclencher.
  2. La complémentarité du lieu DUAL.
    La mise en place des 2 espaces, en insistant sur la mobilité et sur l’agilité de l’espace est clairement un succès. Le prototypage est alors complètement corrélé à l’intérêt business (pour la partie BM generation) et les idées obtenues lors des phases de créativité sont immédiatement testées. C’est hyper réactif et hyper efficace.
  3. Les limites du libre service
    Comme indiqué plus haut, la nécessité d’un accompagnement est clair. Cependant le principe du libre service sans équipe dédié est pour nous important. Comment faire pour accompagner les équipes alors même que les réservations sont automatiques et les sujets peuvent être inconnus? C’est tout la subtilité de l’accompagnement et du réseau de « champions », connaitre les projets, susciter les vocations et les demandes d’utilisation et proposer notre catalogue de service d’accompagnement des porteurs de projet (c’est gratuit…)
    Un autre aspect insoupçonné au départ est l’aspect… vol. Disons clairement, c’est un risque lorsque vous mettez une telle structure en libre service avec des outillages et des moyens. Nous avons mis en place une bibliothèque qui a subi quelques outrages au démarrage mais tout s’est remis en ordre rapidement. Le matériel n’a pas disparu mais il s’absente régulièrement. Je trouve cela plutôt positif, montrant que nos équipes s’investissent.
  4. La nécessité d’acculturer la totalité de l’organisation.
    La culture du Lab et du Make n’est pas inné dans une vieille organisation, habituée au processus classique de développement. L’acculturation de tous les étages de l’organisation doit être réalisée avec un très grand soin. Pour le faire nous avons organisé des réunions d’information et des démonstrations dans le Lab. Nous avons également démontré pragmatiquement les gains qu’ouvraient une telle structure dans l’entreprise. Vous avez gagné quand les utilisateurs réparent seuls l’imprimante 3D est… imprimant la pièce cassée (le ventilateur en l’occurrence).
  5. L’évolution et le change permanent
    Le fabLab et la culture Maker tournent autour des concepts de test & Learn. Ces concepts s’appliquent aussi à la strucuture et il faut s’avoir adapté les choses à l’usage et l’utilisation que font de cet outils nos collaborateurs. Cela induit une remise en question permanente du lieu, de sa conformation et de son équipement.
  6. Le grand vainqueur? L’impression 3D
    Comme dans tous les lab je pense, notre imprimante 3D est sans aucun doute la grande gagnante du concours de l’équipement le plus utilisé. Avec un ration d’utilisation supérieur à 75%, c’est un équipement en danger du coté maintenance. Nous envisageons de réinvestir rapidement sur une machine plus perfectionnée et surtout plus industrielle.
  7. La nécessité méthodologique
    La culture Maker n’est pas inné dans nos organisation. Grand groupe ou PME c’est un vrai shift de fonctionnement, de management et d’ambition. La tentation est grande, et nous y avons parfois succombé, de penser que les choses « vont se faire d’elles-même ». C’est faux, il faut le lieu, les hommes et les méthodes pour arriver à des résultats probants. La mise en place d’un processus de définition et d’accompagnement des projets est clé.
  8. L’utilisation dans tout ça?
    Tous les acteurs ne se sont pas appropriés le lieu et toutes ses possibilités. Cependant si la structure est aujourd’hui connue, l’utilisation est grandement inégale.
    La partie INNOVATION est très utilisée, notamment pour nos séances de créativité et de business model. Toutes les réunions ayant un objectif INNOVATION ou CREATIVITE sont organisées dans le cadre du Lab et profite des méthodes qui y sont déployées.
    La partie PROTOTYPAGE est plus complexe car elle nécessite une implication et un savoir-faire plus fort de la part des utilisateurs, n’ayant pas mis en place une équipe dédiées. L’imprimante 3D, nous l’avons dit, cartonne et a un taux d’utilisation frisant l’esclavage. Les plateformes ARDUINO de prototypage électronique sont aussi très utilisées. Le maquettage classique peine à s’imposer, malgré les possibilités et la facilité de mise en œuvre, sans doute par un manque de méthodes et d’exemples.

Pendant ces 2 ans, nous avons découvert les limites de notre approches et nous travaillons à rendre plus efficace et plus attrayant ce lieu pour tous les makers et innovateurs de l’entreprise. Des actions d’animation et de communication vont être lancées pour encore plus mettre ce lieu au centre des pratiques de développement.
Preuve de l’impact de ce genre de lieu sur les mentalités, le FabLab a permis l’arrivée sur Lyon de la première salle d’immersion 3D en réalité virtuelle de l’entreprise. Le Lab est donc aujourd’hui voisin de cette salle et la synergie des deux équipements est surprenante.

 

Merci d’avoir lu.

Avez-vous  un retour d’expéreience à partager sur votre fabLab?

 

Corporate Social Network

enterprise-social-networkI have been solicited lately by a company which wanted to deploy a Corporate Social Network. It wasn’t their first try. Let’s see what they did wrong and how to ensure that you CSN will be a success.

The Initial Project

Deploying Yammer!, the company had taken an approach that led to the failure of the deployment and very low acceptance ratio within the teamsYammer

  1. A limited deployment
    The first approach was planned to be deployed on a limited number of people. As the company did want to take too much risks with its employees, it has been decided to deploy the CSN on a limited number of places and people. Those people were chosen according to their specialities, knowledges, expertise etc…
  2. A community or group approach
    As most of the people who had early access to the CSN were selected according to their knowledge and expertise, it is natural that the project team organized the CSN with communities and groups. Those communities and groups were decided by the CSN manager and the company management.
  3. A lack of EXEC support
    No EXEC were planed to be on the CSN in its early time. If the EXEC were supporting the project they were not users and did not really understand all its possibilities and capabilities.

 

Diagnostic

Why this initial project failed?

A limited deployment impeaches your community to reach its break even point. If you don’t have enough members, then your members cannot produce enough contents to reach a point where the interest is high enough to attract the reluctant and put your CSN into a great dynamic. A social network is before everything, social.
My first tip if you are planing to deploy a CSN: Open it widely and don’t limit the access to your tool.
The adopted community/group approach is also a major factor which can affect the success of your project. The Essence of a Social Network is to be more or less self organized. If you put too much constraints then the community will react and reject your organisation (which happens in our case). To maximize your chance to have a successful CSN, let your users organize themselves the groups and communities. What is important to understand is that the users will self leverage the interest of communities and groups according to their true interests and needs. It is very interesting for your  CSN because it will help you to determine the true center of interests of your employees.
My second tip if you are planing to deploy a CSN: Trust your employees and let them organize by themselves groups and communities. (You can still gently create other communities and groups later on)

The last point is the EXEC involvement. Not only funding and promoting but also particpating to the CSN. As no EXEC were on the CN, employees took it as granted that the CSN was not something EXEC took really care to. If my EXEC don’t care about it, why shouldn’t?
My second tip if you are planing to deploy a CSN: Involve your EXEC as early users

Our new project

  1. A strong EXEC support with clear objectives.. and lots of change Management
    All EXEC had their own profile, posted news and even realized some PR on the Yammer! The CEO wrote the first message on the new platform.
    As the EXEC, all employees had to have their profile filled (part of their annual objective).In addition, early users were used as « evangelist » to train their colleagues and explain them how to use the platform. On line and off line training sessions were deployed.
  2. A company wide deployment
    As a limited deployment cannot allow your CSN to reach its breaking point it is important to open it widely. In our project, the new platform has been promoted to everyone, included in their annual objectives. Profile filled is also of a great tool for the company has the Search allow you to find competencies within your team. It is a new way to gather and access knowledge and competencies with your company.
  3. A self organized network
    We did not organize the CSN in anyway. After a while, the self organisation worked and groups and communities were created by the users. Interesting was the comparison among the initial project communities and the actual projects: none were common. However users defined the groups and communities they really needed. No management induces communities are planned because it also helps the company to determine what kind of interest and concerns their employees have.

 

Did you have such a project? Do you have access to a CSN within your company?

You can find an interesting article by Charlene Li on HBR here

You won your first clients? Don’t forget to have this tool in your pocket!

As an entrepreneurs your first job ever is to win a client. Your first clients are more important than the state of your product itself. Never forget that your clients are paying your bills, your salaries and giving you the opportunity to invest and develop your activity.

What is the most important when having your first clients?

Once you have your first clients your new job is to make them come back and buy again. It is really important that you realize recurring customers or supportive customers are the best way to secure your business.
Recurring customers are buyers coming back and buying, same or other stuffs.
Supportive customers are happy customers that are keen in supporting you and your business by giving you positive feedback and testimonials.

How do you find your recurring or supportive customers?

They will find you. Because your products provide them big values. However you have one important thing to do. Identify and connect to them, communicate and help them in their new unconscious task to promote your business. So you have to establish a relationship with your customers. You have plenty of solutions to do so. Social Media are of course one straight forward way to establish it. Phone calls, emails are « old fashioned » but still very efficient.
But the most important thing is to keep track of your relationships to be sure you will provide them with the right info at the right time and not bother them by too much contacts or no contact at all. To keep this trace of what are your interaction with your customers, especially in B2B business but also in B2C, be sure you have from the beginning of your activity a good tool to secure all the data. Those data are gold for you to track customer activities and relationships as well as providing them the right info, the right offer that will boost your business.

Use the right tool for your activity

To manage correctly your customers you need a tool. It is absolutely impossible to do it by hand. You can have access to a broad range of CRM tools, offline or online, at various price (from free to…).
As you start an activity please consider to use a free tool or at least its free version.
The most simple too is an Excel spreadsheet. However you will discover really fast that your excel file is not that easy to easy. I would advise you to use one of the online free tools. they are professional and well done. They can embedded a lot of additional functions which you also should check to make your choice. Take care to check the paid version capabilities as well as proposed plan to be sure that it will fit your needs if you need one day to go to the paid version. Nothing is more boring and stressing that migrating a CRM. The table below from Capterra, presents the main online CRM. This list is not complete and you should spend sometime on the net to be sure you have seen all available solution.

CRM

Spend sometime also to get into your CRM and configure it completely. CRM can do a lot of things for you so be sure to use those tools at their full power. It will provide you more value and free your time.
Consider also to integrate your CRM with a marketing platform to automate your marketing and client relationships (such as mailchimp or equivalent)

Those tools are the best way to manage your customers and be sure that not a single one is let aside when business is on the mood. However you should not spend too much time on it but on developing your business. So please automate as much as possible. Each CRM got his own automation and if you link it with a marketing platform you could just skyrocket.
Last tip, connect it using Zappier to establish actions on trigger. That’s the perfect way to have semi-automated actions done at the right time.

I personnaly used Zoho in connection with MailChimps and Zappier. It saves me lot of times and help really to develop my business and relationships in a good manner. However please choose your own tool and solutions to be sure it fits your needs and values.

Two ressources to discover those solutions:
http://blog.capterra.com/free-and-open-source-crm/
https://zapier.com/blog/best-free-crm/

 

 

Choose Wisely your innovation KPIs (hint: we help you)

KPI

So important for your activity, to track its performances and weaknesses, your KPIs must be wisely chosen to serve your strategy and objectives.

Let’s start at the beginning (it is much better).

What kind of KPI?

  • composite KPIs ==> helps to track complex activities within your company and aggregate different indicators to evaluate their performance
  • Measuring KPI ==> quants KPIs helping to follow the activities and performances of your company
  • Quality KPIs ==> Specific KPI to measure Quality, Clients satisfaction, emotions etc…

Choose them wisely

An error when casting your KPIs can have tremendous impact on your activity. here are some steps to help you find the right one for you.

  1. Set the Direction: Define clearly your objectives and strategy
    Yes, your employees and your company deserve clear objectives and strategy. It will definitely help later to chose the right one if you know where, when and how you want to drive your company.
  2. Chose your vessels: Define the tactic
    Lots of people misunderstood Strategy vs tactic. Tactic is how you get where your strategy is aiming you. Each tactic plan has a given objective (gaining clients, selling more, increase the revenue per client, developing more cutting edge technology, Patenting more etc…). It should give access to a quantified results and participate to the company strategy.
  3. Do it! Elaborate your action plan
    Your action plan is your daily reference document. It contains all actions and activities necessary to achieve your goals. Each line should have a given KPIs helping you to drive your actions and evaluate their results.
  4. Drive: Follow and adapt
    Build, Test, Learn, the magic words.
    Follow your performances, line by line, set targets and thresholds and even more important, learn why your actions have the given results, get feedback from customers or clients, and adapt your tactics. Your clients are not reacting the way you thought, learn why and adapt your actions. That’s the only way to be successful.

KPIs and Innovation

Oh yes, I couldn’t finish this article without having a word on Innovation. There are good KPIs for innovation. Depending of your targets, objectives, strategy and tactics of course. But there are bads any way, whatever you like to achieve. Here they are:

  • Number of patents…. So easy to write a patent. Is the company needing it?  Is there a market out there?  If yes, does the investment worth the sales? Answer those question (and some others incl do the owner get money when filing up?) to be sure patents are necessary but anyway it is so easily deviated…
  • Number of ideas per employees. First my personal opinion is that suggestion or idea boxes are killing innovation and collaborative innovation. Don’t start an idea box to innovate. Start it for continuous improvement, for employee engagements whatever you want but you will never innovate with an idea box. especially with a quantified « per employee » number of ideas. It kills the dynamic (if you managed to have one), overflow the process… If you had the chance to have one good idea, now you are sure to miss it.

Tell me if you have some more deadly KPIs for Innovation in the comments.

FabLab Corporate, retour d’expérience (1 an après)

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Il y a un an nous avons installé un FabLab au sein de notre organisation. Après 1 an d’utilisation il est temps de partager les principales leçons de l’installation d’un tel espace dans un corporate.

  1. Installation et mise en place

L’installation et la mise en place d’un tel espace n’est pas un gros challenge. Pour un budget relativement limité, une structure de bonne qualité peut être mise en place. [un autre article sur le sujet Creative workplace for a budget]. Nous avons mis en place un espace d’innovation plus qu’un FabLab pur et dur. L’option prise est d’avoir 2 espaces distincts mais complémentaires :

  • Un espace dit d’ « innovation » qui permet aux équipes de se retrouver dans un environnement différent favorisant l’innovation. Dans cet espace, les outils utilisés sont principalement des méthodes de créativité, le business model canva, du brainstorming, des ateliers de Design Thinking etc…
  • Un espace « maker » qui ressemble plus à un FabLab et équipé de matériel pouvant permettre de prototyper des concepts imaginés dans la partie « Innovation ».
  1. Motivation

Comment faire venir les personnes dans le Lab et comment les motiver à utiliser ces moyens qui sont forcément en rupture avec la culture d’entreprise ? Nous avons mis en place plusieurs actions pour embarquer les personnels dans cet outil.

  • La réalisation de démonstrateurs
    Nous avons réalisé quelques démonstrateurs pour démontrer tout l’intérêt de venir prototyper au Lab ou imaginer les services et produits de demain. Pour cela nous avons mis en place des projets et des réalisations utilisant l’impression 3D et le prototypage électronique (sur base d’ARDUINO).
  • L’identification de « Champions »
    Grâce à la communication interne réalisée sur le sujet, très rapidement des personnes sont venus spontanément utiliser l’outil. Parmi eux, des « champions » qui utilisent le Lab dans l’esprit et avec de bons résultats ont permis de mettre en avant de premiers projets et de communiquer sur des réalisations concrêtes.
  • La banalisation de l’utilisation de la partie « Innovation »
    Un travail interne auprès des managers et des chefs de proejt nous a permis très rapidement d’utiliser de manière intensive la partie « innovation ». toutes les séances de créativité, tous les workshop de brainstorming, toutes les actions contenant une notion d’innovation ont été relocalisées dans le Lab. Cela a permis à de nombreuses personnes d’appréhender le lieu et ses possibilités.
  1. Résultats

Après un an d’utilisation, les résultats du Lab sont très positifs. Nous avons réalisés de nombreux MVP pour nos projets d’innovation, de nombreux workshops d’innovation se sont tenus dans les locaux du Lab. Cela a également ouvert la voie à l’expérimentation du Design Thinking et du Service Design. Un certain changement dans les méthodes de développement et dans les projets est en cours, accordant plus de place à l’innovation et aux actions innovantes. A noter la très bonne prise en main par les équipes opérationnelles de deux outils spécifiquement développé pour une utilisation dans le Lab (même si cela n’est pas une obligation) :

  • Le One Hour Problem Solving qui est une méthode de résolution de problème en équipe, visuelle et collaborative qui permet d’adresser un problème en une heure avec un plan d’action concret en output.
  • Le ui a été largement déployé dans nos équipes et qui profite du Lab via un Canva XXL

 

 

(cet article n’engage que moi)

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A Physical space to innovate? A lab In a way

innovation lab

A Lab but more a physical space for innovation. Meaning not necessarily a FabLab but an innovation Lab.

Having an Innovation Lab instead of a FabLab only is much more powerful especially in corporate. It allows also to innovate on several aspect of the business including technical (with some « Fab » possibilities) and business with, just as we do at our Lab’In Lyon, the Business Model Canva and value proposition.

It gives also the possibilities to have « innovative » meeting: one can « relocate » a meeting in house. That’s a powerful way to change the state of mind of participants while staying at home.

At our Lab we have set two spaces that allow us to have on one side meetings, creativity sessions, Design thinking / service design workshop, business innovation sessions ect… and on the other side a FabLab with 3D printing capabilities, electronic mock-up capabilities, IoT and UX/UI prototyping. It gives very good results with a lot of MVP issued already this year, imagined on one side, made on the other one.

Physical space for innovation

 

INNOWEO article on Lab’In Lyon FabLab (in french)