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New Recombines with Old

New Recombines with Old

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  • 1. New Recombines with Old
  • 2. Styles of Innovation
  • 3. Architectural Innovation
  • 4. Disruptive Innovation
  • 5. Disruptive Innovation
  • 6. Incremental Innovation
  • 7. Radical Innovation
  • 8. Competitive or Collaborative Innovation?
  • 9. Network Effects
  • 10. Successful Partnerships
  • 11. Online Collaborative Innovation
  • 12. U2U: Democratized Innovation
  • 13. U2C: Crowd sourcing Innovation
  • 14. C2U: Open Platform Innovation
  • 15. C2C: Recombinant Innovation
  • 16. Apple
  • 17. iPod Network Effects
  • 18. Recombinant Innovation
  • 19. Ecosystem
  • 20. Your Turn “Invent” a product or online service that exemplifies your group’s assigned online collaborative innovation. Prepare a 5 minute presentation to the class describing: • the players (individuals or companies) involved • the product or service your group “invented” • what’s new combined with old • how the web enables such a partnership • any network effects that might result, • any business partnerships to be created • any strategies to be implemented based on this chapter

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