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Unfavorable conditions dictate a New Paradigm of Development, namely the introduction of Nanotechnology for consumers.
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Why the future of your business depends on curiosity

Why the future of your business depends on curiosity | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

In an economy of individuals with everyone in the world close to all the information in the world, organizations can no longer just copy-paste their strategy and plans from the year before. There is no way back. The open world is here to stay and expected to further accelerate. The future will be less about money, power or size, but more about agility, networking and sharing. In order to survive, businesses need to grow to a permanent state of curiosity, making it a core strategic competence.

Barriers to Curiosity

While every human being is curious by nature, organizations are not. Most management practices are failing and working against driving organizational curiosity: hierarchical and silo structures prevent bottom-up or transversal creativity, closed mindsets block fresh thoughts from the outside world, and funnel thinking limits the survival of out-of-the-box ideas. Companies can only be curious because they are composed of individuals who are curious. But the problem with individuals is that they are all victims of their own human limitations. We suffer from an illusion ofknowledge bias, thinking we know more than we actually do. We suffer from false consensus bias, starting from our own vision of the world, believing that everybody thinks like us and would make the same choices. We suffer from observational selection bias making us find new evidence to support our own false beliefs. We suffer from agnosticism bias, not knowing what we don’t know, focusing too much on things we already do know.

 

The future will be less about money, power or size, but more about agility, networking and sharing. In order to survive, businesses need to grow to a permanent state of curiosity, making it a core strategic competenc


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The magic only starts at the end of your comfort zone.  -  */S.Y\   History of Thought Leader is Storytelling of Charmer On - Line on Network. 

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Russ Merz, Ph.D.'s curator insight, February 17, 2014 5:54 PM

Four steps for overcoming barriers and stimulating curiosity within your organization.

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New  Architecture  with  Nanotechnology /New IP of Nano/  for  Real Estate & Design .

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Getting the Balance Right: The innovation ecosystem, Infographic

Getting the Balance Right:  The innovation ecosystem, Infographic | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

"The right innovation mix, core, adjacent, and transformational  depends on your business and your needs."

 

Excerpted:

 

There are three main components of an organisation’s innovation ecosystem. Getting the balance right between these three components is crucial:

   

1) Balance/Mix of innovation types

  

2) Structure (process, capabilities, culture, funding)

   

3) Metrics & tracking

 

Core innovation is the largest amount of effort (70%) ...typically more incremental improvements

  

Adjacent innovation, riskier.  can involve taking existing products to new markets or, more commonly, developing value-add products or services to existing core     Transformational innovation, highest risk - new products and services, new markets – big changes to the business

 

Read the full article here.


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I  agree  with  your  point  of  view.  The  Balance  need  for  Real  Way  of  Development .

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The Right Innovation Mindset Can Take You from Idea to Impact

The Right Innovation Mindset Can Take You from Idea to Impact | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
Think different, act different, and achieve extraordinary success.

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P.S.   -  Result   from  Idea  to  Impact    is  real  Nanotechnology !

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Prof. Hankell's curator insight, September 24, 2013 6:50 AM

INNOVATE = to introduce something new; make changes in anything established...

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Can Innovative Thinking Be Learned?

Can Innovative Thinking Be Learned? | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

Disruptive innovators possess a suite of skills that enable them to connect dots that the rest of us don't usually perceive. But can these skills be learned?

AN : the answer is that some are better than others at innovation but there are methods to improve one's thinking and analytical and synthesis methodologies....the author reviews some of those methods....

http://goo.gl/5w8OD


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New  Knowledge  give   a  Suite  of  skills  for  New  Mindset !

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4 Innovation Tools To Help Your Business Tap The Wisdom Of The Crowd

4 Innovation Tools To Help Your Business Tap The Wisdom Of The Crowd | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

Try tapping into the brainpower of your customers or partners, and see what ideas arise. Collective wisdom is one of the great beauties of the Internet.

 

Summary:  Four useful tools for building your own “innovation community,” wherever they may be.

 

Bulbstorm - Its innovation tools are closely tied in with social media, making it a good fit for any small business that’s active in the social media space.  You can post your own ideas (“bulbs”) and get feedback, or reach out to innovators in your industry to get their ideas.  Basic access to Bulbstorm is free and you can create micro-communities for your employees, customers or other partners to collaborate securely with private-group settings and idea-sharing controls that protect your confidentiality and intellectual property.

 

Big Idea Group - uses its existing innovation community, the Insight Club, to come up with insights on the issues facing your business. The group can help you identify problems with existing products, services or programs; pinpoint innovation opportunities; and evaluate and refine proposed innovations.  Once you’ve finally got the big idea, Big offers a Rapid Review program that lets you get consumers’ opinions on a new concept or product in just a few days.

 

Rightnow - offers a wide range of business services focused on the customer experience, enables you to create your own online innovation community to involve your customers in coming up with ideas for your business. The service takes advantage of the fact that your customers are increasingly knowledgeable about products and services and increasingly picky about what they want—so if you’re developing new products or services, why not go straight to the source to get ideas?

 

Chaordix - handles crowdsourcing of ideas from start to finish, including developing a crowdsourcing plan, recruiting your crowd, moderating the process and providing technology that enables collaboration and innovation. Crowds can be used to help your business with everything from idea creation to problem-solving and product testing.


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  Yes.  Collective  wisdom  is  new  power  for  New  Paradigm  of  Development .

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Deb Nystrom, REVELN's curator insight, February 20, 2014 4:47 PM

Stay tuned.  I'll be updating this post for 2014 soon.  ~  D