What is a good definition of Innovation? According to Wikipedia:
"The term innovation derives from the Latin word innovatus, which is the noun form of innovare "to renew or change," stemming from in-"into" + novus-"new". Although the term is broadly used, innovation generally refers to the creation of better or more effective products, processes, technologies, or ideas that affect markets, governments, and society."
How does a company approach the challenges of innovation in a way that produces results with least effort and risk and in a way that is so easy you could consider it fun?
Innovation and Creativity: Improving cognitive function to stimulate the flow of innovation in any organization. What if there is a way to create an environment that renders everyone in that environment more creative, more innovative, with greater capacity for team collaboration, along with an ability to sense future trends?
Automation in Innovation: Nature is constantly innovating. How can an organization harness Nature's Innovative Abilities to stimulate change in an evolutionary direction that will lead to sustainable progress?
Giving the Customers What They Want: How can you satisfy the most fundamental needs of your customers? How is it possible to know what your customer wants? What is it that every customer wants?
Every customer wants to be satisfied with their purchase. But user satisfaction is not always easy to come by.
What if your product or service could automatically bring satisfaction to your customer on a fundamental level, let's say on a cellular level? Now that would make innovation a lot easier, wouldn't it? If a product or service measurably creates customer satisfaction on a cellular level, market share, and brand loyalty would be easier to come by.
...More to come on how to increase user satisfaction with fewer resources. And how to create signal quality that not only improves technological performance, but also improves the performance of living systems, including human performance.