Articles on Innovation

Ideas To Unlock Your Creative Potential

Dina Pancoast

Dina Pancoast is a Creative Process Designer and Facilitator as well as the developer of Ideas To Go’s Behavioral Innovation® Workshop. Dina has a BA from Sarah Lawrence College and also studied mime and physical theatre at the Ecole Internationale de Theatre Jacques Lecoq in Paris. Prior to joining Ideas To Go in 2014, Dina worked in the media industry as a creative process and strategy expert for radio, television, newspaper, and digital properties. Trained in Creative Problem Solving in 2004, she has facilitated hundreds of sessions for clients in every industry imaginable.

The Case for Teaching Ignorance
The Case for Teaching Ignorance
This week the New York Times featured an article in The Opinion Pages titled "The Case for Teaching Ignorance." The author, Jamie Holmes, writes on the study of ignorance, which arose from the idea ...
New Year, New Ideas: Out with the Old to Make Room for the New
New Year, New Ideas: Out with the Old to Make Room for the New
At Ideas To Go, our entire purpose is focused around helping our clients break new ground and expand their thinking to achieve truly new ideas. And we have lots of fantastic techniques for helping ...
Millennials and the Innovation Process
Millennials and the Innovation Process
Oh, the hours we Gen Xers and Boomers devote to endeavoring to understand the elusive Millennial/Generation Y mindset. Why do they buy what they buy? Go where they go?  What makes them tick? And how ...
Innovation Lessons From Olympic Snowboarding
Innovation Lessons From Olympic Snowboarding
What Innovators Can Learn From Olympic Snowboarders Professional snowboarding is a space in which rapid disruption is vital to the sport’s very existence. The two most recent Winter Olympic Games ...