Over the past six years, I’ve been working with all sorts of clients in all sorts of sectors. I’m constantly adapting and iterating my approaches from the work that I do, and here’s where I am currently at when it comes to helping my clients to establish models and approaches to do things differently. This isn’t a bullet-proof idiots guide. It’s a framework. But it seems to help…

The digital architecture framework is a 2x2 matrix that helps to explore the visibility of your products and services to your clients.

More at https://mmitii.mattballantine.com/2019/06/26/innovation-in-4-diagrams-1-digital-architecture/

The 3P model helps to explore the expectations that your clients have of your products and services, and if they are being met.

More at https://mmitii.mattballantine.com/2019/06/26/innovation-in-4-diagrams-2-the-3p-model/

The Play Matrix explores when different approaches to innovation and change are appropriate.

More at https://mmitii.mattballantine.com/2019/06/26/innovation-in-4-diagrams-3-the-play-matrix/

The Skills of the Briocoleur describes the team and individual mindsets required to foster better innovation.

More at https://mmitii.mattballantine.com/2019/06/26/innovation-in-4-diagrams-4-the-skills-of-the-bricoleur/

My clients span size, country and sector. If you’d like to find out more about how I might be able to help your organisation, just drop me a line: https://stamplondon.co.uk/get-in-touch/

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