At WKI, we’ve spent our careers working with “on the napkin” ideas. You know these ideas – the ones that look intriguing but it’s just not that clear what the value might be. That’s why we created So what? who cares? why you?® – a of step-by step, easy-to-use design thinking tools that guide people to explore the ‘what-ifs’ and ‘why not’s’ about their idea. Through this process of discovery, people also develop the clarity and confidence about the opportunity their idea presents.
The tools inside So what? who cares? why you? get people to think about their ideas in new and exciting ways....,
Why it Works
So what? who cares? why you? gives you a set of visual design thinking tools to explore the business value of new ideas. People with new ideas need to take time to explore the possibilities and consider the best path forward to success.
Using So what? who cares? why you? people get the opportunity to consider all the options to bring their idea to reality – before they invest too much time and money. The ideation tools inside So what? who cares? why you? create interest and intrigue to consider all the possible avenues for their idea so they can commit to the best path forward to success.
So what? who cares? why you? gives you a roadmap that is:
Easy to Use:
So what? who cares? why you? fits easily alongside the innovation processes and management styles of advisors, coaches and trainers. And innovators of all types love the friendly, engaging style of the tools.
Visual & Engaging:
The visual tools that are the foundation of So what? who cares? why you? are loved by people with ideas from all walks of life. The visual tools inspire rich, focused conversations about the value of new ideas.
So what? who cares? why you? sets up a logical sequence of conversations to explore and discover the best path to market for an idea. Individuals, small groups, executive teams, and others use it to create a common process and language to discuss and debate the merits of new ideas.
Who's using it?
So what? who cares? why you? is being used by organizations around the world looking to translate more ideas into opportunities. These include:
- Corporations looking to build an entrepreneurial mindset and move ideas forward faster
- Health Care looking to engage employees to bring new ideas forward to improve health care
- Incubators & Accelerators helping entrepreneurs turn their ideas into successful businesses
- Research labs researchers, scientists and engineers in corporations, universities, health care, and government
- Small Businesses looking to identify new ideas to grow their businesses.
How is it deployed?The So what? who cares? why you? methodology fits easily alongside your existing innovation programs and initiatives. Our training and certification program equips you to start using the So what? who cares? why you? methodology within your organization.
If you would like to turn more of your organization’s ideas into opportunities...