With an open innovation style, knowledge flows freely across the partners, while groups are loosely coupled to operate semi-autonomously.
The Trito Innovation Colab operates in co-responsive movement. We embrace projects from the strategic to the tactical, from the conceptual through to the tangible.
We have experience with a range of methods, from enterprise-scale development to small projects.
Innovating occurs in communities of practice, where social relations foster professionals working together.
- Performing together:
- The quality of outputs improves, as a group working together gains experience with time.
- Sensemaking together:
- Collectively working through situations, insight into the conditions at hand and appropriate responses are worked out.
- Discovering together:
- Exploring new territories new to all, to determine unanticipated treasures and blind alleys.
Strategy as planning represents only one school amongst many. Organizations in the 21st century are much more fluid.
- Configurable process framework:
- Engagements as integrating modular deliverables, techniques and work breakdown structures into a structured approach.
- Agile development:
- From user stories expressed in behavior-driven development through effort estimation, rapid and iterative development can be scaled up in a disciplined way.
- Action research:
- When history doesn't repeat and decisions to move forward are required, a cycle of planning, executing, reconnaissance and evaluating for a next cycle creates intelligence for subsequent actions and consequences.
Intellectual capital on innovating in coevolving organizational and information systems has amassed over two decades.
- Systems thinking + design thinking:
- Approaches for describing and intervening in human systems and technologies benefit from scientific research in parallel disciplines around biology and ecology.
- Service systems science:
- As economies has shifted from the production of tangibles (where materials and supply are the constraints) towards provision of services (where value and demand are the constraints), organizations are in a different playing field.
- Generative pattern language:
- Methods from architecting built environments that influenced software development are now being adapted for designing for the issues pressing to today's organizations.