Academics have created multiple models of innovation and the impact of technology on business. But upon examination, many of these models are actually identical ideas expressed with different terms and diagrams. Nawaz Sharif suggested a "THIO" model of innovation which seems to unify the ideas of authors like Clayton Christensen, Dorothy Leonard, CK Prahalad, Gary Hamel, and others.
This episode is the reading of a journal article which is very fascinating with clear graphics of these models. But it is a difficult conversion into a purely spoken story.
Aligning Models of Innovation (Part 2)
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The Field Grade CTO
Innovation in a Post-COVID World
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Peter Drucker's 5 Principles of Innovation
Bureaucracy as Innovation
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