Friday, 27 November 2015

What is the Key to Innovation Disruption: Design Arbitrage – Here’s How


It’s quite clear in Jumpstarting Innovation - Using Disruption to Your Advantage the mechanisms that are used in the conversion of understanding in R&D to utilization in specific functional areas: Design Arbitrage. 


  Within the community of Jazz musicians the idea of interpretative resonance and as specified in Creativity and the Agile Mind: A Multi-Disciplinary Study we see the underpinnings of the disruptive model in action. More specifically through multiple examples in articles written in newspapers such as the Financial Times: Generating a Disruptive Idea: Unexpected Ideas Have Fewer Competitors and well seen in the ideas of Orbital Resonance or more than likely, industry conferences.   



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Friday, 20 November 2015

Cross-Boundary Disruptors Are The Agents Of Change


How did Gordon E. Moore, Robert Noyce and Andy Grove create Intel with limited users yet highly advanced products? They were disruptors. Here’s how.


As detailed in Cross-Boundary Disruptors Are The Agents Of Change we see the basis for all R&D and advanced design efforts within a 4 step process of engagement of the XBD process and the 4 necessary steps for utilizing Gorve’s original model for the finialization of R&D and design thinking capabilities allowing new R&D and design products to make their ways into the hands of users. This is just one way advanced design creates advanced users and further R&D benefit.



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Friday, 13 November 2015

How Creatives Influence Industrial Innovation


With over 2000 participants, the question is simple: how do creatives influence innovation? The Answer: Technological Demand via Artisanal Value 


It’s not often that studies of such large size become the basis for specific industrial focus where the intensity of specific output is so clearly articulated. In the case of How Creatives Influence Industrial Innovation we see the basis for how R&D, design, engineering and innovation take place and produce specific outputs that allow for specific breakthroughs to make it to the real world and something to be fully appreciated.  



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Friday, 6 November 2015

What Do Consumers Think of Technological Innovation in New Services Across Multiple Countires? Here’s What.


Often consumer perception drives adoption, and it’s that adoption that is the basis for technological advancement as well as artistic efforts. But how? 


In A Cross-Country Study Of Consumer Innovativeness And Technological Service Innovation we see the basis and toolset for creating a formalized process for the use and value of design, design thinking, R&D and innovation for the benefit of bringing advanced and unproven technologies and service offerings to end users. It is these tools that create the path for firms to move R&D breakthroughs through to the end user. 



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