Creativity and Innovation Newsletter - April 2005 Vol 1
Seek a Creativity Driven Future
Competitive Advantage of Ideas
New product concepts germinate in two ways - within established organizations or outside in an entrepreneurial environment. With the work of Henry Chesbrough and Clay Christensen, established organizations are beginning to understand how disruptive ideas materialize outside. Therefore, companies like P&G are incorporating raw ideas from outside entrepreneurs and developing them in-house. Companies like Intel are not discarding low end problems and solutions while they typically focus on new technology high margin products.
This semi-monthly newsletter by Kore Kalibre, titled Creativity and Innovation, which is read in 60 countries, provokes thought on how to build new concepts or reorient existing ones for sustained growth. This newsletter has answers to key questions, practical ideas and much more.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS ISSUE Key Questions
What are the challenges with patent laws?
Where in the world is talent emerging? Why isn't there a common language of innovation? Practical Ideas
Organize around vision- Eric Schmidt, CEO Google
Survival of good ideas- Ivan, CEO Verizon Right drug, right time, right patient- Raju, Co-founder Millennium Pharma Successful Pioneers
Leonardo da Vinci- Artist
Ben Franklin- Inventor Steven Spielberg - Cinema Book Synopsis
Understanding Creativity- Dacey & Lennon
How to Think- Michael Gelb Innovative Companies
Cisco: Modern GE
Apple: Innovative Comeback
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