Rapid Combinatorial Innovation Excerpts Dr. Augustine Fou October 1, 2009.
How can we leverage digital tools and techniques to speed innovation?  October 1, 2009.
Example: Amass Content Leveraging the community to create and accumulate content October 1, 2009. 500 million videos 3+ bi...
Example: Police and Refine Content Leveraging the community to filter and refine content October 1, 2009. Community edits ...
Example: Filter and Prioritize Content Leveraging the community to provide context and prioritization October 1, 2009. Use...
Example: Problem-solve collectively Leveraging the community to problem-solve and create October 1, 2009. Crowdsourced des...
Innovation takes  inspiration  from the strangest places….  October 1, 2009.
October 1, 2009. Michelle Khine “ I got the idea for shrink-manufacturing nanomaterials from a childhood toy – Shrinky Din...
October 1, 2009. Robert S. Langer “ In an auto-body shop I saw them repair a dent by heating the area; a lightbulb went on...
…  innovation takes  constant  collaboration  among different disciplines October 1, 2009.
October 1, 2009. Bill Moggridge “ We set up project rooms around the periphery of our open office and individuals from dif...
…  great ideas are a dime a dozen, but  efficient  execution and  speed  to market are keys to winning.  October 1, 2009.
October 1, 2009. Ben Verwaayen “ We need to change our mindset from supply-driven innovation to demand-driven innovation –...
October 1, 2009. <ul><li>Examples: </li></ul><ul><li>Digital tools (wiki) make collaboration more efficient </li></ul><ul>...
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2009 10 01 Rapid Combinatorial Innovation V Acf 1

  1. 1. Rapid Combinatorial Innovation Excerpts Dr. Augustine Fou October 1, 2009.
  2. 2. How can we leverage digital tools and techniques to speed innovation? October 1, 2009.
  3. 3. Example: Amass Content Leveraging the community to create and accumulate content October 1, 2009. 500 million videos 3+ billion photos
  4. 4. Example: Police and Refine Content Leveraging the community to filter and refine content October 1, 2009. Community edits and refines the content over time Community polices itself via “ flag as inappropriate” link
  5. 5. Example: Filter and Prioritize Content Leveraging the community to provide context and prioritization October 1, 2009. Users submit reviews that help others filter and prioritize Reviews of reviews help bubble up the most useful ones
  6. 6. Example: Problem-solve collectively Leveraging the community to problem-solve and create October 1, 2009. Crowdsourced design Collective problem-solving to tackle difficult challenge
  7. 7. Innovation takes inspiration from the strangest places…. October 1, 2009.
  8. 8. October 1, 2009. Michelle Khine “ I got the idea for shrink-manufacturing nanomaterials from a childhood toy – Shrinky Dinks” Shrink-manufacturing of nanomaterials
  9. 9. October 1, 2009. Robert S. Langer “ In an auto-body shop I saw them repair a dent by heating the area; a lightbulb went on that I can do the same with shape-memory plastics.” Self-tying micro-sutures
  10. 10. … innovation takes constant collaboration among different disciplines October 1, 2009.
  11. 11. October 1, 2009. Bill Moggridge “ We set up project rooms around the periphery of our open office and individuals from different disciplines go in and provide their perspective and contribute ideas and solutions.” IDEO project rooms
  12. 12. … great ideas are a dime a dozen, but efficient execution and speed to market are keys to winning. October 1, 2009.
  13. 13. October 1, 2009. Ben Verwaayen “ We need to change our mindset from supply-driven innovation to demand-driven innovation – what do customers want and how quickly can we make it for them?” Speed to market is of the essence
  14. 14. October 1, 2009. <ul><li>Examples: </li></ul><ul><li>Digital tools (wiki) make collaboration more efficient </li></ul><ul><li>Digital habits (search) make idea cross-pollination more likely </li></ul><ul><li>Digital channels (mobile) speed up feedback loops and thus speed innovation </li></ul>Rapid Combinatorial Innovation Leveraging digital tools and techniques to speed innovation

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