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INNOVATION

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Mercede Sadeghi

on 11 May 2014

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Transcript of INNOVATION

Appropriation
The problem
Part Three
What is Innovation
INNOVATION
MANAGEMENT

Source of Innovation
THREE PART
What is Innovation and Types of Innovation
Source of Innovation
Diffusion of Innovation
Standardization
Appropriation
Innovation:
the process of innovation that is make changes in something established, especially by introducing new
methods, ideas, or products

In dictionary
NEW IDEA
-All fields
-All levels of impact to the world
-All levels of importance
Telephone
Jaipur knee
Some times an invention starts simply...
invention
Production
Process
Advertisement
Distribution
Competitors
Type of Innovation
Innovation
could
produces
wealth

Regardless
of its
complexity
I
Process
Product
Incremental
Radical
Architectural
Modular
part two
part one
Inventors
Creativity
Users
Imitation
Open Science
Open Innovation
Alliance
Combination
Cross fertilization
Research
Suppliers
Clusters &districts
Serendipity and chance
Learning

Learning Through
Dedicated Activities
-R&D
Learning by Doing
Learning by Using
Engineer
Designer
Physician
Diffusion of Innovation
Standardization
Appropriation
Invention
Tools :
Government Intervention
Mechanism of strategic appropriation
Norm on the intellectual property
Static Barrie
Leadership
Lead time
pa


tent vs copyrig
ht
Standardization
Diffusion as competition
Old and new
Different version of new
INCREASING RETURNS FROM ADOPTION
(“LOCK-IN”):
IRREVERSIBILITY OF THE PROCESS
INITIAL HISTORICAL EVENTS
(“Network Externalities”)
Indirect Network
Direct Network
competence
enhancement
Competence
destroyed
P
atent
yes or no?
Design
Object
Lack of attention
scale of imitation
know-how
Reputation
Continuous
innovation
Learning curve
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