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Innovation by means of layout grew out of shock thai organisations that at one time have been outperforming the economic climate through introducing nevv-to-the-market items have been now depending strictly on incremental innovation, which in lots of occasions doesn't elevate the dimensions of the industry
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7. Peter F. Drucker, Management, Tasks, Responsibilities, Practices (New York: Harper & Row, 1973), p. 788. 8. Gifford Pinchot III, Intrapreneuring (New York: Harper & Row, 1985), p. 11. 9. Levitt, The Marketing Mode, p. 54. 10. Thomas Kuczmarski, Arthur Middlebrooks, and Jeffrey Swaddling, Innovating the Corporation (Lincolnwood, Ill: NTC Business Books, 2001), pp. 32–37. CHAPTER 2 Innovation Types and Product Classes Innovations vary in scope, time for completion, and organizational and societal impact.
Innovation is not science or technology. • Innovation creates new wealth rather than knowledge. • Innovation is turning an idea into a business success. • Innovation is a change in the economic or social environment. • Innovation must be user-focused. • Innovation סinvention םexploitation. • Exploitation סeverything involved in implementation or commercialization. • Innovation is newness in the sense of not having been done before—but with a little bit of slack. All of these descriptions build on the fact that: INNOVATION סINVENTION םIMPLEMENTATION/ COMMERCIALIZATION Innovation begins with an idea that is transformed into a concept that includes some new combination of what is already known Perspectives on Innovation 17 and can be implemented to serve some purpose.
Organizational resources, infrastructure, and capability in marketing, sales, and distribution cannot be disregarded in academic or governmental organizations. As in industry, these organizations also have interfaces with contradictory objectives that are very difficult to reconcile. While academia emphasizes independent thinking, it also lacks interest in interdisciplinary participation—each unit typically operates independently of the other with no integration of thought or action. Governmental entities depend on rules and regulations, policies and procedures, and the environment is generally averse to innovation.