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  • The term innovation derives from the Latin word innovatus, which is the noun form of innovare "to renew or change," stemming from in-"into" + novus-"new". Although the term is broadly used, innovation generally refers to the creation of better or more effective products, processes, technologies, or ideas that are accepted by markets, governments, and society. Innovation differs from invention or renovation in that innovation generally signifies a substantial positive change compared to incremental changes.\n
  • An innovation is a value-creation mechanism. It is the way we humans manage to extract more value, generate more economic surplus and therefore more leisure time, and manage to get away from just hunting and gathering.\nit is a process of making changes by introducing valuable new methods, ideas, or products. “Innovations” are the things themselves—the ideas, methods, and processes. It’s not simply that better mousetrap; it’s different ways of thinking and doing. Innovations may of course be inventions, but they may also be beliefs, organizational methods, and discoveries. \nInnovation is not just an invention, but rather innovation changes the way things are done.\n
  • An innovation is a value-creation mechanism. It is the way we humans manage to extract more value, generate more economic surplus and therefore more leisure time, and manage to get away from just hunting and gathering.\nit is a process of making changes by introducing valuable new methods, ideas, or products. “Innovations” are the things themselves—the ideas, methods, and processes. It’s not simply that better mousetrap; it’s different ways of thinking and doing. Innovations may of course be inventions, but they may also be beliefs, organizational methods, and discoveries. \nInnovation is not just an invention, but rather innovation changes the way things are done.\n
  • An innovation is a value-creation mechanism. It is the way we humans manage to extract more value, generate more economic surplus and therefore more leisure time, and manage to get away from just hunting and gathering.\nit is a process of making changes by introducing valuable new methods, ideas, or products. “Innovations” are the things themselves—the ideas, methods, and processes. It’s not simply that better mousetrap; it’s different ways of thinking and doing. Innovations may of course be inventions, but they may also be beliefs, organizational methods, and discoveries. \nInnovation is not just an invention, but rather innovation changes the way things are done.\n
  • An innovation is a value-creation mechanism. It is the way we humans manage to extract more value, generate more economic surplus and therefore more leisure time, and manage to get away from just hunting and gathering.\nit is a process of making changes by introducing valuable new methods, ideas, or products. “Innovations” are the things themselves—the ideas, methods, and processes. It’s not simply that better mousetrap; it’s different ways of thinking and doing. Innovations may of course be inventions, but they may also be beliefs, organizational methods, and discoveries. \nInnovation is not just an invention, but rather innovation changes the way things are done.\n
  • An innovation is a value-creation mechanism. It is the way we humans manage to extract more value, generate more economic surplus and therefore more leisure time, and manage to get away from just hunting and gathering.\nit is a process of making changes by introducing valuable new methods, ideas, or products. “Innovations” are the things themselves—the ideas, methods, and processes. It’s not simply that better mousetrap; it’s different ways of thinking and doing. Innovations may of course be inventions, but they may also be beliefs, organizational methods, and discoveries. \nInnovation is not just an invention, but rather innovation changes the way things are done.\n
  • An innovation is a value-creation mechanism. It is the way we humans manage to extract more value, generate more economic surplus and therefore more leisure time, and manage to get away from just hunting and gathering.\nit is a process of making changes by introducing valuable new methods, ideas, or products. “Innovations” are the things themselves—the ideas, methods, and processes. It’s not simply that better mousetrap; it’s different ways of thinking and doing. Innovations may of course be inventions, but they may also be beliefs, organizational methods, and discoveries. \nInnovation is not just an invention, but rather innovation changes the way things are done.\n
  • An innovation is a value-creation mechanism. It is the way we humans manage to extract more value, generate more economic surplus and therefore more leisure time, and manage to get away from just hunting and gathering.\nit is a process of making changes by introducing valuable new methods, ideas, or products. “Innovations” are the things themselves—the ideas, methods, and processes. It’s not simply that better mousetrap; it’s different ways of thinking and doing. Innovations may of course be inventions, but they may also be beliefs, organizational methods, and discoveries. \nInnovation is not just an invention, but rather innovation changes the way things are done.\n
  • An innovation is a value-creation mechanism. It is the way we humans manage to extract more value, generate more economic surplus and therefore more leisure time, and manage to get away from just hunting and gathering.\nit is a process of making changes by introducing valuable new methods, ideas, or products. “Innovations” are the things themselves—the ideas, methods, and processes. It’s not simply that better mousetrap; it’s different ways of thinking and doing. Innovations may of course be inventions, but they may also be beliefs, organizational methods, and discoveries. \nInnovation is not just an invention, but rather innovation changes the way things are done.\n
  • The wheel in itself is not an innovation, it is an invention. The innovation is how it changed human culture. It changed how we moved things, how far we could go in a day, and how far a farm could be from a village. It also drove us to domesticate draft animals since we now had a real use for them. \n
  • The wheel in itself is not an innovation, it is an invention. The innovation is how it changed human culture. It changed how we moved things, how far we could go in a day, and how far a farm could be from a village. It also drove us to domesticate draft animals since we now had a real use for them. \n
  • The wheel in itself is not an innovation, it is an invention. The innovation is how it changed human culture. It changed how we moved things, how far we could go in a day, and how far a farm could be from a village. It also drove us to domesticate draft animals since we now had a real use for them. \n
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  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
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  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \nbenefit of human mixing. It’s no accident that past talent clusters were all commercial trading centers, which allowed a wide diversity of people to share ideas. (Urbanization makes this mixing easier.) The same logic still applies: Research indicates that in the overall population, a 1 percent increase in the number of immigrants with college degrees leads to a 9 to 18 percent rise in patent production. Open immigration policies are a feature, not a bug.\n\nI would argue that connective/social communication technology achieves this same benefit\n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \nbenefit of human mixing. It’s no accident that past talent clusters were all commercial trading centers, which allowed a wide diversity of people to share ideas. (Urbanization makes this mixing easier.) The same logic still applies: Research indicates that in the overall population, a 1 percent increase in the number of immigrants with college degrees leads to a 9 to 18 percent rise in patent production. Open immigration policies are a feature, not a bug.\n\nI would argue that connective/social communication technology achieves this same benefit\n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \nbenefit of human mixing. It’s no accident that past talent clusters were all commercial trading centers, which allowed a wide diversity of people to share ideas. (Urbanization makes this mixing easier.) The same logic still applies: Research indicates that in the overall population, a 1 percent increase in the number of immigrants with college degrees leads to a 9 to 18 percent rise in patent production. Open immigration policies are a feature, not a bug.\n\nI would argue that connective/social communication technology achieves this same benefit\n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \nbenefit of human mixing. It’s no accident that past talent clusters were all commercial trading centers, which allowed a wide diversity of people to share ideas. (Urbanization makes this mixing easier.) The same logic still applies: Research indicates that in the overall population, a 1 percent increase in the number of immigrants with college degrees leads to a 9 to 18 percent rise in patent production. Open immigration policies are a feature, not a bug.\n\nI would argue that connective/social communication technology achieves this same benefit\n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \nbenefit of human mixing. It’s no accident that past talent clusters were all commercial trading centers, which allowed a wide diversity of people to share ideas. (Urbanization makes this mixing easier.) The same logic still applies: Research indicates that in the overall population, a 1 percent increase in the number of immigrants with college degrees leads to a 9 to 18 percent rise in patent production. Open immigration policies are a feature, not a bug.\n\nI would argue that connective/social communication technology achieves this same benefit\n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \nbenefit of human mixing. It’s no accident that past talent clusters were all commercial trading centers, which allowed a wide diversity of people to share ideas. (Urbanization makes this mixing easier.) The same logic still applies: Research indicates that in the overall population, a 1 percent increase in the number of immigrants with college degrees leads to a 9 to 18 percent rise in patent production. Open immigration policies are a feature, not a bug.\n\nI would argue that connective/social communication technology achieves this same benefit\n
  • which is how William Shakespeare—the son of a glover who couldn’t sign his name—ended up getting free Latin lessons..\n
  • which is how William Shakespeare—the son of a glover who couldn’t sign his name—ended up getting free Latin lessons..\n
  • which is how William Shakespeare—the son of a glover who couldn’t sign his name—ended up getting free Latin lessons..\n
  • which is how William Shakespeare—the son of a glover who couldn’t sign his name—ended up getting free Latin lessons..\n
  • which is how William Shakespeare—the son of a glover who couldn’t sign his name—ended up getting free Latin lessons..\n
  • which is how William Shakespeare—the son of a glover who couldn’t sign his name—ended up getting free Latin lessons..\n
  • which is how William Shakespeare—the son of a glover who couldn’t sign his name—ended up getting free Latin lessons..\n
  • which is how William Shakespeare—the son of a glover who couldn’t sign his name—ended up getting free Latin lessons..\n
  • which is how William Shakespeare—the son of a glover who couldn’t sign his name—ended up getting free Latin lessons..\n
  • which is how William Shakespeare—the son of a glover who couldn’t sign his name—ended up getting free Latin lessons..\n
  • http://www.usnews.com/education/online-education/articles/2011/11/11/study-online-education-continues-growth\n
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EKvHQc3QEow&feature=player_embedded\n
  • Renaissance Florence benefited from the support of the Medicis to support new artistic forms, such as the use of perspective in painting.\n\n
  • Renaissance Florence benefited from the support of the Medicis to support new artistic forms, such as the use of perspective in painting.\n\n
  • Renaissance Florence benefited from the support of the Medicis to support new artistic forms, such as the use of perspective in painting.\n\n
  • Renaissance Florence benefited from the support of the Medicis to support new artistic forms, such as the use of perspective in painting.\n\n
  • Renaissance Florence benefited from the support of the Medicis to support new artistic forms, such as the use of perspective in painting.\n\n
  • Renaissance Florence benefited from the support of the Medicis to support new artistic forms, such as the use of perspective in painting.\n\n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Multiple discoveries in the history of science provide evidence for evolutionary models of science and technology,\n
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  • the theory of evolution of species, independently advanced in the 19th century by Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace.\n
  • Bell and Elisha Gray filed patents for the telephone on the same day. \n
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  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
  • Social media is one of these things, the next will be mobile and we need to be proactively looking out for what is next on the horizon. \n
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  • World Wide Partners - Mini DIG Day - Defining Innovation

    1. 1. INNOVATION IS INEVITABLE!
    2. 2. “When the winds ofchange are blowing,some people are buildingshelters and others arebuilding windmills.”— Chinese Proverb
    3. 3. Innovation:The noun form of the Latin word innovare "to renew or change”
    4. 4. INNOVATIONS ARE . . .
    5. 5. INNOVATIONS ARE . . .Ideas
    6. 6. INNOVATIONS ARE . . .IdeasMethods
    7. 7. INNOVATIONS ARE . . .IdeasMethodsProcesses
    8. 8. INNOVATIONS ARE . . .IdeasMethodsProcessesBeliefs
    9. 9. INNOVATIONS ARE . . .IdeasMethodsProcessesBeliefsDifferent ways of thinking and doing
    10. 10. INNOVATIONS ARE . . .IdeasMethodsProcessesBeliefsDifferent ways of thinking and doingOrganizational methods
    11. 11. INNOVATIONS ARE . . .IdeasMethodsProcessesBeliefsDifferent ways of thinking and doingOrganizational methodsDiscoveries
    12. 12. INNOVATIONS ARE . . .IdeasMethodsProcessesBeliefsDifferent ways of thinking and doingOrganizational methodsDiscoveriesSubstantial positive changes
    13. 13. THE WHEEL CHANGED:
    14. 14. THE WHEEL CHANGED:•How we moved things
    15. 15. THE WHEEL CHANGED:•How we moved things•How far we could travel in a day
    16. 16. THE WHEEL CHANGED:•How we moved things•How far we could travel in a day•The speed and frequency of connectivity
    17. 17. THE PRINTING PRESS:
    18. 18. THE PRINTING PRESS:• The accessibility of the written word
    19. 19. THE PRINTING PRESS:• The accessibility of the written word • The educational system
    20. 20. THE PRINTING PRESS:• The accessibility of the written word • The educational system• The speed at which information was shared
    21. 21. THE INTERNET CHANGED:
    22. 22. THE INTERNET CHANGED:•The speed of communication
    23. 23. THE INTERNET CHANGED:•The speed of communication•The concept, format and the entire structure of the entertainment industry
    24. 24. THE INTERNET CHANGED:•The speed of communication•The concept, format and the entire structure of the entertainment industry•Candidates approach to campaigning and politics overall
    25. 25. THE INTERNET CHANGED:•The speed of communication•The concept, format and the entire structure of the entertainment industry•Candidates approach to campaigning and politics overall•The connectivity of the world
    26. 26. INNOVATION CLUSTERSINNOVATION = CREATIVECOMBINATIONMULTIPLE DISCOVERY:INNOVATION IS INEVITABLE
    27. 27. Statistician David Banks found that human geniuses, and therefore innovations aren’t scatteredrandomly across time and space. Instead, they tend to arrive in tight clusters.
    28. 28. From 440 to 380 BC Athens was home to Plato, Socrates, Thucydides, Herodotus,Euripides, Aeschylus, and Aristophanes and many others.
    29. 29. From 440 to 380 BC Athens was home to Plato, Socrates, Thucydides, Herodotus,Euripides, Aeschylus, and Aristophanes and many others. These thinkers are the Fathers of Western Civilization.
    30. 30. In 50 years, from 1440 to1490 AD in a city of fewer than 70,000 people there were a staggering number of artists andinventors; Michelangelo,da Vinci, Ghiberti, Botticelli, and Donatello.
    31. 31. What Are TheElements That CreateInnovation Clusters?
    32. 32. Exposure:
    33. 33. Exposure:People
    34. 34. Exposure:PeopleIdeas
    35. 35. Exposure:PeopleIdeasCultures
    36. 36. Exposure:PeopleIdeasCulturesTraditions
    37. 37. Exposure:PeopleIdeasCulturesTraditionsProducts
    38. 38. Exposure: Technology andPeople connectivityIdeas allow us toCultures be exposedTraditionsProducts to new ideas and thinking everyday!
    39. 39. Education:
    40. 40. Education: Innovative cultures pioneered new forms of teaching and learning.
    41. 41. Education: Innovative cultures pioneered new forms of teaching and learning.
    42. 42. Education: Innovative cultures pioneered new forms of teaching and learning. Medieval Florence = The apprentice-master model
    43. 43. Education: Innovative cultures pioneered new forms of teaching and learning. Medieval Florence = The apprentice-master model Elizabethan England = Education for middle-class males
    44. 44. Education:
    45. 45. Education: Today we have easy access to:
    46. 46. Education: Today we have easy access to: Online Educational Options
    47. 47. Education: Today we have easy access to: Online Educational Options DIY Tools & Resources
    48. 48. Education: Today we have easy access to: Online Educational Options DIY Tools & Resources How-to Videos
    49. 49. Education: Today we have easy access to: Online Educational Options DIY Tools & Resources How-to Videos Educational Content
    50. 50. Education: Today we have easy access to: Online Educational Options DIY Tools & Resources How-to Videos Educational Content This access allows people to learn at their own pace, in their own way.
    51. 51. 67% of academic professionals rated online education courses as the same or superior to face-to-face instruction
    52. 52. Risk Taking:
    53. 53. Risk Taking: Institutions that encourage risk-taking are essential to fostering innovation.
    54. 54. Risk Taking: Institutions that encourage risk-taking are essential to fostering innovation. Shakespeare had royal support for his plays
    55. 55. Risk Taking: Institutions that encourage risk-taking are essential to fostering innovation. Shakespeare had royal support for his plays Renaissance Florence benefited from the support of the Medicis
    56. 56. Risk Taking:
    57. 57. Risk Taking: The VC community encourages risk taking within the startup space.
    58. 58. Risk Taking: The VC community encourages risk taking within the startup space. Crowdsourced funding options for startups allow for independent risk taking.
    59. 59. Risk Taking:
    60. 60. Risk Taking: Open systems and APIs along with access to knowledge and technologies like cloud computing also create a safe environment for experimentation.
    61. 61. Paper - 1800 BC
    62. 62. Paper - 1800 BCInk - 180 BC
    63. 63. Paper - 1800 BCInk - 180 BCScrew Press - 1 AD
    64. 64. Paper - 1800 BCInk - 180 BCScrew Press - 1 ADMovable Type - 1040 AD
    65. 65. Paper - 1800 BCInk - 180 BCScrew Press - 1 ADMovable Type - 1040 ADPrinting Press - 1440 AD
    66. 66. Interchangeable Parts - 1801
    67. 67. Interchangeable Parts - 1801Assembly Line - 1867
    68. 68. Interchangeable Parts - 1801Assembly Line - 1867Automobile - 1885
    69. 69. Interchangeable Parts - 1801Assembly Line - 1867Automobile - 1885Model T - 1908
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    74. 74. Multiple Discovery:
    75. 75. Multiple Discovery:The theory that most scientific discoveries and innovations are made independently and more orless simultaneously by multiple scientists and inventors.
    76. 76. INNOVATION ISINEVITABLE!!
    77. 77. Science and Technology followevolutionary models.
    78. 78. The Evolution of Interface
    79. 79. The Evolution of Interface
    80. 80. The Evolution of Interface
    81. 81. The Evolution of Interface
    82. 82. The Evolution of Currency
    83. 83. The Evolution of Currency
    84. 84. The Evolution of Currency
    85. 85. The Evolution of Currency
    86. 86. The Evolution of Currency
    87. 87. The Evolution of Currency
    88. 88. The Evolution of Currency
    89. 89. The Evolution of Currency
    90. 90. Charles Darwin Alfred Russel Wallace
    91. 91. Elisha Gray Alexander Graham Bell
    92. 92. Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others.Jonathan Swift
    93. 93. patterns Look forand trends in order to makepredictions on how technology and behavior will evolve.
    94. 94. Our understanding of the future islimited by our existing knowledge and vocabulary.
    95. 95. Visions of the Future
    96. 96. Visions of the Future
    97. 97. Visions of the Future
    98. 98. Visions of the Future
    99. 99. Visions of the Future “There is no reason anyone would want a computer in their home.” Ken Olson, president of Digital Equipment Corp. 1977
    100. 100. Visions of the Future“This telephone has too many “There is no reason anyone shortcomings to be seriously would want a computer in their considered as a means of home.” communication.” Ken Olson, president of Digital Equipment Western Union memo, 1876 Corp. 1977
    101. 101. Visions of the Future“This telephone has too many “Everything that can be “There is no reason anyone shortcomings to be seriously invented has been invented.” would want a computer in their considered as a means of home.” communication.” Charles H. Duell, Office of Patents, 1899 Ken Olson, president of Digital Equipment Western Union memo, 1876 Corp. 1977
    102. 102. • We are living during a “cluster of human genius,” take advantage of the elements that make this possible
    103. 103. • We are living during a “cluster of human genius,” take advantage of the elements that make this possible - Expose yourself to new ideas and cultures
    104. 104. • We are living during a “cluster of human genius,” take advantage of the elements that make this possible - Expose yourself to new ideas and cultures - Educate yourself using free, digital tools and content
    105. 105. • We are living during a “cluster of human genius,” take advantage of the elements that make this possible - Expose yourself to new ideas and cultures - Educate yourself using free, digital tools and content - Take risks and encourage risk taking within your organization
    106. 106. • We are living during a “cluster of human genius,” take advantage of the elements that make this possible - Expose yourself to new ideas and cultures - Educate yourself using free, digital tools and content - Take risks and encourage risk taking within your organization• Look for opportunities for creative combination
    107. 107. • We are living during a “cluster of human genius,” take advantage of the elements that make this possible - Expose yourself to new ideas and cultures - Educate yourself using free, digital tools and content - Take risks and encourage risk taking within your organization• Look for opportunities for creative combination• Innovation is inevitable, so don’t resist
    108. 108. • We are living during a “cluster of human genius,” take advantage of the elements that make this possible - Expose yourself to new ideas and cultures - Educate yourself using free, digital tools and content - Take risks and encourage risk taking within your organization• Look for opportunities for creative combination• Innovation is inevitable, so don’t resist• Connect the dots and focus on behavioral trends
    109. 109. THANK YOU! Follow me:@Nicola_Smith22

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