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Jaime CuauhtÃ©moc Negrete
At present, in Mexico the food is not enough that its inhabitants demand and there are large sectors that do not have adequate access to them. Among other things, this situation contributes to the degradation of …
To paraphrase Leo Tolstoy, â€˜all happy enterprises are alike; each unhappy one is unhappy in its own wayâ€™. About six months ago now (time flies!) we assembled our first version of the Complexity Landscape Model (CLM) (Reference 1). …
When there was such a thing, I was a regular attender at British Deming Association meetings and conferences. This was the late 1980s and early 1990s, when Demingâ€™s thinking â€“ in the UK at least â€“ was at …
98% of all innovation attempts end in failure. 98% of all TRIZ-originated innovation attempts end in failure. 98% of all Design-Thinking-originated innovation attempts end in failure. The same 98% figure applies to almost every problem-solving tool, method or …
An exciting event co-sponsored by the Systemic & Systematic Innovation Special Interest Group (SISIG) of the IEEE UK & Ireland and 3M
Systemic and Systematic Innovation Special Interest group (is pleased to announce its second meeting in 2019 as part …
John Sainsbury, Pauline Found, John Bicheno, Darrell Mann
The study was inspired by the twofold challenge, posed by Birdi, Leach and Magadley (2012), to determine whether TRIZ training is as effective for managers faced with management problems, as it …
The 10th International Conference on Systematic Innovation (ICSI) & the 9th Global Competition on Systematic Innovation (GCSI)06/11/2018 | Editor
ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Date: July 08-11, 2019, Liverpool, UK Web: http://www.i-sim.org/icsi2019 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- International Society of Innovation Methods (I-SIM)
- The Society of Systematic Innovation (SSI)
- The University of Liverpool Management School (Local Host)
Hereâ€™s one of those best-of choices that comes with a health-warning: This book might cause prospective innovators to believe that all of their innovation efforts are futile. This is a depressing book. Mainly because, rather than our SI …
â€œHURRICANE FRANCES was on its way, barreling across the Caribbean, threatening a direct hit on Florida’s Atlantic coast. Residents made for higher ground, but far away, in Bentonville, Ark., executives at Wal-Mart Stores decided …
Hereâ€™s the kind of innovation data guaranteed to make me smile:
Figure 1: Data And Crackpot Rigour (Reference 1)
Not so much because of the original intent â€“ which was, I think, to establish possible correlation …
Something a bit different this month. How many innovations can you spot in this collage?
This conclusion is based on our conventional definition of innovation as â€˜successful step-changeâ€™. Letâ€™s see how each of the attempts …
â€˜Successful step-change.â€™ Thatâ€™s our usual definition of innovation. Especially if weâ€™re trying to be succinct. â€˜Successful realisation of new customer value,â€™ is the slightly less condensed form. Both represent innovation as an outcome.
And if innovation is an …
For every great idea, thereâ€™s always someone at the opposite end of the spectrum youâ€™re at. Theyâ€™re busy innovating too.
Some people canâ€™t be safe enough; others love the thrill of putting yourself in danger:
If you ever have the opportunity to talk to an ultra-marathon athlete you will quickly ascertain that they see the world differently to most. A lay-person tends to think that the ability to run an ultra-marathon is achieved …
- SYSTEMATIC BUSINESS INNOVATION: A ROADMAP
- Innovating From The Top – Method, Myth, or Madness?
- Multi-Screen Analysis for Innovation Roadmapping