Discontinuous innovation deep dive
1 What Is Innovation – And Why Does It Matter?
This framework has been developed by Richard Owen and colleagues and is designed to enable discussion and exploration around the key theme of responsible innovation.
These are some quick interactive self-test quizzes covering various themes. Introduction to innovation Social innovation and entrepreneurship Globalization Building innovative organizations Sources of innovation Discontinuous innovation Searching for opportunities Innovation networks Developing new products and services Starting new ventures Knowledge and intellectual property Creating value and growing ventures Learning to manage innovation
This activity helps explore the idea of building and exploiting innovative capabilities
Innovation is not always for the best and sometimes changes which seem positive at the time turn out to have hidden or unexpected consequences. Richard Owen and colleagues have been looking at this challenge and have developed a framework for thinking about ‘responsible innovation’. You can find a link to the (open access) core article
This toolkit gives some examples of tools which can help in developing an innovation strategy
The paper aeroplane exercise is a simple activity to help explore issues around innovation types, strategy and management.
Innovation is about change – but simply changing things randomly and in different directions is not likely to move the organization forward. As the old saying has it, ‘if you don’t know where you are going, you’ll probably end up somewhere else!’ So we need an innovation strategy, some kind of roadmap for guiding and
This is an activity designed to help explore the ways in which innovation can create value Creating value
Innovation futures This activity offers an opportunity to explore the challenges in different scenarios for the future of innovation.
- Sector Innovation Patterns
- Search strategies for peripheral vision
- Responsible innovation framework
- Policy Deployment Cases
- Intelligent design
- High involvement innovation – deep dive
- Deep dive: Frugal innovation
- Deep dive – Supply chain learning
- Deep dive – Servitization
- Deep dive – Open and user led innovation – OUI