Innovations Paradigm | The book
Innovative Thinking & Innovation @ Work
The act of invention is only the beginning of an entire innovation cycle. At the initial stage a patent only cost money. But the actual invention is that critical spark, for the whole innovation to come.
Innovative thinking is an art and a science. Everybody can learn it but it requires an all new discipline to practice. Openness and the ability to observe and listen is mandatory.
The value of innovation grows with the volume of its distribution. The more people can experience a benefit from an innovation, the higher its value for inventor, population and society.
Innovation is an act of extreme creativity. It can’t be dictated or enforced. An innovative culture is the best seeding ground for successful innovation.
Successful innovations typically requires a whole series of STAKEHOLDERS such as talents, investors, service providers, distribution channels as well as innovation friendly legislation, taxation, and infrastructure.
INNOVATIONS PARADIGM gives stunning new insights, methods, examples, and guidance to innovative thinking, and consciously created disruption. The author, Axel Schultze draws from latest discoveries in neuroscience, experiences from top innovators, and research of disruptive business model behavior. He has over 20 years of experience with innovative and disruptive business creation as a Silicon Valley entrepreneur himself and as startup mentor and investor to nearly thousand companies from over 30 nations on all continents. His six years of experience as one of the most successful accelerators showed one of the highest impact efficiencies in the world. Provocative and inspiring: Whatever somebody imagines can be created – Now you know why and how!
UPCOMING PUBLIC WORKSHOPS
Sep 4, San Francisco, CA
Oct 24, Zürich, Switzerland
Nov 5, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Nov 12, Seoul, South Korea
Jan 14, Cannes, France
Startups and corporate innovation labs are in a race for more innovation, innovative solutions, and innovative business models.
The question remains: How do you innovate?
This workshop gives rare insights in the inner workings of the most innovative businesses, where to get the innovative inspiration from, how to think innovative, where to start, what it takes to make an innovation successful. The workshop is conducted by Axel Schultze, a 4 times entrepreneur, who created disruptive technology (patented), twice a disruptive business model and a disruptive service.
- The act of invention
- Innovative thinking
- Innovative culture development
- The Innovations Paradigm
- From innovation to disruption
- Creating innovation at work
- Working with Innovation canvases (14)
Complete Innovation Paradigm
The most important step in innovation:
Getting from the “Creation Hemisphere” to the “Value Hemisphere”
OR getting from the labs into global markets.