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    Introduction to Innovation Philosophy - Day1a-intro1 Introduction to Innovation Philosophy - Day1a-intro1 Presentation Transcript

    • INNOVATION MANAGEMENT & OPEN INNOVATION Part A: Philosophy & Principles Niki Lambropoulos PhD Intelligenesis R&D
    • AGENDA  DAY 1: Innovation & Creativity, Philosophy & Techniques  DAY 2: Innovation Process  DAY 3: Open Innovation  DAY 4: Your Innovation Project
    • What is Innovation?
    • Communication from a Distance
    • Radical Innovations Dr. Bernard Meyerson Vice President for Strategic Alliances and Chief Technologist IBM's Systems and Technology Group Dr. Meyerson joined IBM Research as a Staff member in 1980, leading the development of silicon: germanium and other high performance technologies over a period of ten years. He then led a series of development organizations within IBM focused on communications and semiconductor technology, creating from that work a number of major business endeavors encompassing applications spanning the range from pervasive wireless enablement (802.11x) to high end data transport. Dell Service Innovation One focused vision made Dell the world's leading direct computer systems company. One bold concept – deliver the best possible direct customer contact – has made Dell one of the most successful companies in the world. Customer requirements: response times on the telephone, quality of products, valuable features, or the ease of experience in using the product.
    • What is Innovation?  Innovation is the implementation, development and commercialization of ideas.  Innovation is the process of taking an original idea and converting it into measurable business value to an organization.  Innovation process: This can be achieved either by the commercialization of the idea into a product or service that can be taken to market or by the institutionalization of an idea, like a method or process, that enables the company to achieve higher productivity and quality at lower total cost.
    • Types of Innovation  Innovation has occurred when any aspect (e.g. capability, use) of a product, process or service provides an improved solution to a need.  Incremental (increased) innovation involves small improvements and extensions to existing products, processes and services.  Radical (disruptive) innovation involves major change.  Closed Innovation is a linear & structured business model.  Open Innovation is a non linear & open business model.
    • Dynamite Kills fish and coral reefs Buildings demolition
    • Nuclear Energy 16% of world’s electricity - Clean air 100,000 deaths in Hiroshima
    • Internet Terrorism Social Networking & Mobility of Ideas
    • or What does it mean?
    • Creative Construction Creative Destruction
    • Collective Dream Collective Nightmare
    • Harmony Disorder
    • Gabriel de Tarde - Kant  Innovation  Opposite of Innovation  Progressive differentiation Thesis Antithesis Synthesis
    • Innovation - Imitation & Progressive Differentiation (Gabriel de Tarde)
    • Creativity & Innovation can be taught