We’ve heard of the ten faces of innovation, now here is the Ten Types of Innovation by Larry Keeley. In an article by Tim Woods, he describes how the ten types of innovation can be used practically.
Innovation tends to focus around product performance – new products, new updates, new features. That’s why companies often think of R&D investment as the ingredient for innovation. But there’s plenty of innovation to be had in the areas that surround the product.
The Ten Types of Innovation is a methodology that is particularly useful at helping us think more broadly
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