So far we have been used to medical breakthroughs in treatment of various conditions in terms of new medicines, where a new pill can be the solution to serious conditions and ailments of various sorts. The new and highly successful obesity drug from Danish manufacturer, Novo Nordisk, is just one example. But every time a… Continue reading Needed: New breed of digital health tools
Ken Norton is right. "The wrong tool is worse than no tool at all."Ken Norton Over the years I have tried a myriad of tools, models, methods and processes, and the one thing I have learned is that none of them are perfect in themselves. It is how you mix them up depending on your… Continue reading It’s not about the tools
When trying to build a startup ground up, there are a ton of different tasks that need to get done. And keeping track of it all is essential. But how do you do that efficiently? For me I have resorted to using a combination of Trello and OKR. We use OKR's to define our objectives.… Continue reading Trello and OKR
When we discuss the future of (remote) work, we should not only discuss the various digital tools that enable this but also the foundation for it all to work: Great, stable connectivity. At the start of the lockdown, I finally got our household on the new fiber connection, I ordered almost a year ago. Before… Continue reading Corona thoughts, part 7
One of the keys to efficiency is to have a great box of tools fit for the task(s) at hand. For the same reason we're constantly working to put the best toolbox at InQvation Studio together. We already have some sharp tools in the box - Trello for overview, Mural for ideation, Lean Stack for… Continue reading What is a great tool?