John Seely Brown presents a nice framework for thinking about innovation:

  • Incremental innovation, that is "cheaper, thinner, faster and, of course, more features."
  • Architectural innovations, which involve "a restructuring of the very building blocks of a product family, industry, or infrastructure." Think Skype or Cloud Computing, which offers a new way of doing something we're already doing.
  • Disruptive innovations, which are innovations that "cause us to see and interact with the world differently." Examples include Memex, automobiles, and Sketchpad.


Popular posts from this blog

How to Fix a Jammed Toyota Camry Trunk

Chase Fraud Alert from SMS 28107

Analysis of What Information Angry Birds Collects