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Defining the innovation process

The innovation process describes the path of translating new and/or existing knowledge into marketable solutions. 
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70% of Value in Tech is Driven by Network Effects

The Big 5 — Apple, Google, Microsoft, Facebook and Amazon — are hitting all time high valuations. Airbnb is worth more than Hilton in the private market. Uber is worth more than GM. Spotify and Dropbox IPOed in 2018, with Slack and Didi Chuxing on an IPO track. It’s fitting they should all be mentioned in the same breath, because other than Amazon, their business DNA is amazingly similar. They are all network effect businesses. And it turns out that most of the outsized returns of companies since 1994 have used network effects.
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The Network Effects Manual: 13 Different Network Effects (and counting)

PayPal. Microsoft. Facebook. Uber. Twitter. Salesforce. These are some of the most impactful and significant companies in the world. Each one is very different in a lot of ways, but there’s a single property that defines them all and lies behind their success.That property is network effects.

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What Are Innovation Ecosystems and How To Build and Use Them

The innovation ecosystem is not new but it certainly has many new features. Jorn Bang Andersen looks back at the evolution of the innovation ecosystem, where it is now headed and how companies can develop ecosystem strategies.
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7 ways to develop innovative and living innovation ecosystems

In recent years the notion of innovation ecosystems has largely become commonplace. This can be explained in particular by the rapid emergence of the notion of open innovation. Large companies want to interact with startups and vice versa. “Innovation Labs” are flourishing in many companies and leading to the development of collaborative links with external innovation players, including startup incubators, or directly with them.
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How 3 companies created an ecosystem for innovation

What is common between Cisco, GE, and Intuit? They all knew that before they could disrupt markets and competitors with breakout innovations, they first had to disrupt themselves. And fast.
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The innovation commitment

To catalyze breakthrough growth, leaders must set bold aspirations, make tough choices, and mobilize resources at scale.
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12 Innovations That Will Change Health Care and Medicine in the 2020s

No one can predict the future, but it can at least be glimpsed in the dozen inventions and concepts below. Like the people behind them, they stand at the vanguard of health care. Neither exhaustive nor exclusive, the list is, rather, representative of the recasting of public health and medical science likely to come in the 2020s.
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The Key to Making Your Failures Productive, Not Destructive

Here’s the difference between informative and unnecessary failure.

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Product Research Rules! MtPCon London 2019

Product leaders are constantly asking if they are building the right features and products. One core reason is that there just isn’t enough research conducted toensure that the identified solutions match the problems. This talk covers some rules to help guide you.