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ue2014
ue2014
1/19/2015 5:07:15 AM
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Re: corporate innovation.
Yes, agreed with you. These kind of some companies sometimes just comes to the market, earn profits and makes their brands die. Later, some other company will come with the same brand in a different name or a larger company will take over these companies.

As you said, this of course is a short term strategy. 

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etnapowers
etnapowers
1/16/2015 9:38:59 AM
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Re: corporate innovation.
"The other Side of the story is that some companies just do not do any innovations and comfortable in duplicating what others does to remain in the market. "

 

This second side of the history shows an example of short term strategy that cannot pay big dividends on a long term time basis.

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fasmicro
fasmicro
1/8/2015 2:10:16 PM
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Re: Innovation can take on very inventive forms
>> But what is the idea is ahead of its time. It would be innovative still despite unsuccessful commercials just beacuse the demand side or eco system was not ready.

That is an invention which can be in the Patent office for ages. It is nothing but an invention.

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goafrit2
goafrit2
1/8/2015 2:03:16 PM
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Re: corporate innovation.
>> I wonder how companies like Google, Facebook and Apple mantain their innovative culture within rigid coroporate dynamics: hierarchies, approvals, timelines, result-driven culture etc.

They are not rightly rigid as we think from outside. Google has money to buy whatever they want. That is innovation. Never think they are always innovative; sure they are but not supreme. What happens is they are more positioned to use money to remain innovative. Nest, DropCam etc are Google acquisitions. Also, they hire bright people and bring their technology in-house.

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DaeJ
DaeJ
1/7/2015 12:44:06 PM
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Re: corporate innovation.
Company innovation could be driven by customer trend, working environment, collaboration and company product goal. Also, in the few cases, while worker is at company or school, they are getting started-up their own company such as Google, Facebook and etc.

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nasimson
nasimson
12/31/2014 11:27:30 AM
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Re: corporate innovation.
> A startup that makes house automation systems can also design
> smart shower systems so that you can receive calls even in the shower

Smart shower systems allowing to take calls in the shower! Thats awesome. Should get good uptake. Are there systems out there already offering it?

I have ruined my phones in bathroom steam and would love to put my hands on such a system.

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nasimson
nasimson
12/31/2014 11:22:26 AM
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Re: corporate innovation.
@ Sunita:

> Just like Xiaomi copying the iOS 7 and putting it as MIUI in their smartphones.
> Everyone knows it is copied from iOS but everyone keeps mum.

MIUI copied from iOS? Isnt it the stripped down, simplified and colored/styled version of Android?

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nasimson
nasimson
12/31/2014 11:17:31 AM
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Re: Innovation can take on very inventive forms
> Think about the Android phones. People bought them out of
> sheer curiosity at first and then they figured out how much of
> a necessity it is in the day to day activities.

At least in my part of the world, South Asia, Andoird was introduced AFTER two years of iOS rule. People bought it because they were looking for a low-cost iphone. A smart phone that does almost the same thing but half the price.

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SunitaT0
SunitaT0
12/31/2014 4:10:11 AM
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Re: Innovation can take on very inventive forms
"But what is the idea is ahead of its time. It would be innovative still despite unsuccessful commercials just beacuse the demand side or eco system was not ready."

@nasimson: Making a product market ready depends on how it is marketed. Think about the Android phones. People bought them out of sheer curiosity at first and then they figured out how much of a necessity it is in the day to day activities.

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SunitaT0
SunitaT0
12/31/2014 4:08:47 AM
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Re: corporate innovation.
@UE2014: Just like Xiaomi copying the iOS 7 and putting it as MIUI in their smartphones. Everyone knows it is copied from iOS but everyone keeps mum. Moreover some companies want to be subsidiaries of bigger companies because they do not have the financial aid to carry out their innovations independently, and therefore they become part of bigger companies.

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