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Software based systems are increasingly ubiquitous, evolving at a breakneck pace, driven by innovative products and services and in the process becoming more and more complex.
Complex systems hide inefficiencies, risks and wastes. Overcoming this complexity requires new non-linear approaches to design, implement and maintain these systems.
While software continues to play an increasingly important role in innovation, protecting and exploiting the value embedded in software IP has proved to be difficult.
The workshop stitches together Crafitti’s experiments, experiential learning and future outlook on two key aspects of software innovation—patents and processes.
March 18, 2010: Software Patents
Implications, Strategy and Valuation
March 19, 2010: Making IT Flow
Applying Lean Inventive Systems Thinking to Software Product Design and Knowledge Work