How Systematically Analyzing Innovation Trends Makes Industry Change Predictable
by Intel Collab, Forum for advancement of intelligence in business at Aurora WDC on Jan 24, 2013
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Imagine a company that knows which changes are coming from their competitive landscape… A company that develops products and services to meet their current customer needs while simultaneously ...
Imagine a company that knows which changes are coming from their competitive landscape… A company that develops products and services to meet their current customer needs while simultaneously building a pipeline of future offerings that will become new industry standards.
Are we talking about Intel, GE, Google or Bank of America? No.
We’re talking about you.
While most assume that the future is unknowable and only the lucky few hit the sweet spot with their upcoming product and service offerings, it is possible to see accurately what lies is over the horizon. Utilizing the Trends of Innovation Evolution, both business and engineering focused organizations can understand what is coming their way and position themselves to take full advantage of industry changes. The systematic analysis of proven trends can catapult your organization into a leadership position well ahead of the remaining industry followers.
The session will look specifically at examples of innovation analysis such as:
- business trends that will define what your industry looks like in the future
- technology trends that will manifest themselves in upcoming products and systems
- how understanding innovation trends can effectively guide your organization's future
David Conley, President of Innomation Corp., will present 30 minutes of thought provoking ideas on how the study and use of the Trends of Innovation Evolution can guide your organization confidently forward. David holds engineering and business degrees and just recently left his post as Intel Corporation's lead systematic innovation specialist in order to share his expertise with you. The session will moderated by Arik Johnson, Founder & Chairman of Aurora WDC and Managing Director of Aurora’s R&D lab, the Center for Organizational Reconnaissance (COR).
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