Making Things from New Ideas

 
Innovation Model
 

Innovators apply knowledge by making things from new ideas. Innovation is about choices, making the best selection from an array of available knowledge, even when that knowledge may be embodied in a technique, component, a new material or in other prototypes or artefacts. These choices are not usually random, but are intentional to achieve an objective. Sometimes opportunities occur by chance, or a random opportunity may present itself, such situations may be called luck or serendipity. The result of the innovation process must be a prototype or trial which has to function within the innovatory expectations and be tested in the market place.

 
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