The Cycle of Continuous Innovation

also the cycle of continuously posting this everywhere

2022-11-09 09:20:40


In the November '22 edition of Business Brief, we did a thing.

  1. it is not uncommon to perceive innovation as the ’big bang’ introduction of high-tech solutions to hard problems or creating brand new industries

  2. most innovation is actually achieved through the incremental and continuous improvement of existing processes

  3. the big bang commonly occurs when either all opportunities to innovate have been exhausted or external factors, such as advances in technology or some fundamental shift (entropy) is introduced
  4. anyone can be an innovator.

If you haven't got the actual mag, you can read the whole thingamewotsit online on either the LinkedIns or on Matt's blog.


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