Understanding the entire creative process of a project is a primary requirement to achieving reliable innovation. The E.6 model offers an orientation throughout a creative process, a framework for innovative thinking, and a toolkit for the creative and human-centred thinking that is needed to innovate in any kind of business.
The model is called E.volution 6 squared for the following reasons: Evolution because the creative process is a non linear, evolutionary and iterative process in which a lot of individuals and situations are interacting. The graphic solution indicates that each E-phase of the model is connected with the other phases in iterative loops (cycles). E.6, because in English (and in Portuguese), the division into 6 process spaces, which we consider the most appropriate ones, all start with an ‘E’: Emergence, Empathy, Experimentation, Elaboration, Exposition and Extension. Since there are moments of Exploration (divergence) and Evaluation (convergence) in every phase of the model, we call the model E.6^2. The E.6 model is used in several contexts: in training workshops, in coaching sessions, in product development, in service innovation and in education. In each context the central visual part of the model is the same, but the techniques on the right hand side can change, depending on the concrete purpose for which we want to use the model.
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