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It is inevitable that businesses are facing rapid changes in market trends and there is an increased need for organisational creativity in order to create new inventions. Latest literature on strategic foresight indicates that there is a significant opportunity to explore the relationship between foresight and innovation in corporate organisations. Although there are many studies that focus on methods that help businesses ideate new product/service concepts; less attention is devoted to how storytelling can foster organisational creativity and innovation. This Ph.D. Project could significantly contribute to the field by the following: firstly, to extend knowledge on how to integrate foresight techniques such as scenario-planning into a company's innovation process. Secondly, to investigate how storytelling, specifically fictional narratives can help large corporations improve organisational creativity. The study aims to develop a framework which can be used by organisations to develop (future) inventions.
I am a Kingston University Alumna. Recently achieved my MRes degree with distinction. I also hold a Bachelor degree in Business Management and a Masters in Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship.
Currently I work as a HPL in the Department of Strategy, Marketing & Innovation. I am also a Research Associate at the KBS Research Hub, which specialises in research on strategic foresight that addresses techniques that public decision-makers can use for supporting innovation. As a Ph.D Student, I am keen to contribute to new knowledge in the field of corporate foresight and innovation. I am currently discovering science-fiction prototyping and I am keen to learn more about Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning within the business context.
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