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SF: Speeding up innovation

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Latest Activity: May 26, 2009

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Second meeting news

Started by Stefanie Kirschbaum Jul 31, 2008.

First Story - what works?

Started by Stefanie Kirschbaum Jun 30, 2008.

Here it is: report of first online meeting 2 Replies

Started by Stefanie Kirschbaum. Last reply by Marco Matera May 30, 2008.

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Comment by Marco Matera on August 3, 2008 at 11:20
To better read every diagramm this is the link

bye Marco
Comment by Marco Matera on August 3, 2008 at 10:45
dear All,
as you know I'm also a chemist so you can understand my good surprise in this innovation periodic table

A great tool
Bye Marco
Comment by Katalin Hankovszky on July 7, 2008 at 7:10
Hi, I missed the last meeting on 30th of June, sorry - and can you let me know, what's new? cheers, Kati
Comment by Alan Kay on June 4, 2008 at 22:45
The original SFInnovation Ning site has now been deleted. Looking forward to all the good work emerging on our new SOLWorld site. Alan.
Comment by Stefanie Kirschbaum on May 25, 2008 at 13:49
Hi Marco,

what about the perspectives of customer and user?

Who defines what an innovation actually is?
The success, interest or reputation something gets from possible customers /users mades an innovation ...
or that´s at least one important part of it.
Kind regards,
Stefanie
Comment by Stefanie Kirschbaum on May 25, 2008 at 13:46
Hi Marc,

welcome back! I am interested in the discussions you started.
Last week I saw a video from Manfred Spitzer, he did research on what are good conditions for creative thinking. The experiments showed, that the brain works best when not disturbing it through intensive thinking on a topic. In a relaxed situation while doing something very different it works best and there are the best results. Anyone interested in more around that?
Stefanie
Comment by Marc van Os on May 25, 2008 at 9:52
Dear group memebers. Today I had a problem! I worked on another computer and had to sign in again and I saw that I created another, second profile. I removed it and it was a shock to notice that I removed the wrong one. I put some comments on this group page and these disappeared with my profile. Now I managed to reset my page and I am happy that I found you again! I will try to start the discussion again.
This was for me a real innovating experience!
Warm regards,
Marc
Comment by Marco Matera on May 24, 2008 at 19:20
Yes for me innovation is connect more with product and change more with people.
So in a systemic point of view innovation is connect with:
new product
new ideas
client who buy the product
creativity process and his resources
the producers (as workers who do the job)
ostacles and context factor.

what else?
Comment by Marco Matera on May 24, 2008 at 14:34
Hi all, I really engaged about innovation. I'm working about it and next time I'll post here some file to share.

I have a project with the Engineering University.
My goal is to assess the benefits of the implementation of SF to support scientific research in universities.
I am working to increase creative resources. In my idea, creativity stems from deep relaxation and entering in connection with the object of research. Here in Italy there is one physic who teaches: intuitive-sciences This is a little 'in my direction.
Comment by Stefanie Kirschbaum on May 23, 2008 at 22:40
Dear Maaike,
thanks for the question! Interesting, I checked some results from Google; most definitions are from business. The broadest definitions I saw:

"The term innovation may refer to both radical and incremental changes in thinking, in things, in processes or in services ."(Mckeown, 2008).

What do the others think?
Stefanie
 

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