When talking about innovation, everyone focuses on ideas. The very meaning of innovation has become inseparable from raw ideas for most people. However, innovation is actually a process with 3 stages: ideas, development and production. The nature and tasks for each stage are quite different. Let’s explore Stage 1: The Idea Stage.
Welcome to Part Three, last in the series on the five foundational elements of innovation. Come and meet the thumb of the Fist of (Innovation) Fury!
Product names serve a different purpose to company names. It sounds trite, but a product name should help sell the product. A company name should represent the company.
Welcome to Part Two of a series on the five foundational elements of innovation. Come and meet fingers three and four of the Fist of (Innovation) Fury!
Ideas are just one part of the innovation process. That process is built on five foundational elements represented here by the Fist of (Innovation) Fury!
Truth be told, it’s more of an open handed slap than a fist, but “the open handed slap of (innovation) fury” just isn’t quite as catchy.