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Discovery

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finding something was/is present in nature.

e.g. Electricity or Discovery of America

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Discovery examples

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  • Laws (gravity)
  • Countries (Columbus discovered America)
  • Astronomy (Time according to astronomy)
  • Medicine and Psychology
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Innovation definition after Schumpeter

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Schumpeter says: Innovation is "creative destruction"

There are no new things without getting rid of old things.

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What is an Innovation?

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Innovation is an Idea in an action
(it has to work)

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Drivers for innovation

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  • Society demand
  • Technology Push
  • Market Pull



Society needs something (e.g. cure for corona)
Technology gets available (e.g. Computers)

Market Pull (strong demand for something, e.g. reneweable Energy sources)


market pull and society demand are connected. If society demands, the market pulls

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Innovation definition by National Science Foundation

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"Innovation process encompasses the whole process, from emergence of an idea to its spread application in society.

The process begins with identifying a problem or finding an idea, stretching from problem solving to the creation of production capacity to the introduction to the new product to the market"

Idea->Creation of production-> market introduction

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Innovation vs Inventions

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Invention: make things possible

Innovation: make things happen

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Innovation example

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Edison is an innovator
He used inventions, to solve problems and turned inventions into innovations by introducing them succesfuly into the market.
=> Light bulb
He tested about 6000 fibers which lasts long without breaking

Edison invented the bulb socket


  • Light bulb socket by Edison
  • Internet by Tim Bernes Lee (CERN)
  • Smartphone by Steve Jobs (Apple)
  • Combustion Engine Car by Henry Ford (Ford)
  • GUI Windows by Bill Gates (Microsoft)
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Invention example

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  • Steam powered machine
  • Light Bulb
  • Telegraph
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Drivers for social change

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  • Innovation
  • Capital 
  • Work

    Innovation needs Money (Production/Marketing etc.) (e.g. Venture Capital)


To produce you need work


International good, because some areas in the world have money, some have cheap labour, some have many good ideas.

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Invention

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use existing knowledge/skills to realize a new problem solution

e.g. Invention of the lightbulb

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Patenable Inventions

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Ideas are not patentable


Technical Inventions are

Clearly above state of the art
Commercial applicable

Novelty

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Discovery

A:

finding something was/is present in nature.

e.g. Electricity or Discovery of America

Q:

Discovery examples

A:
  • Laws (gravity)
  • Countries (Columbus discovered America)
  • Astronomy (Time according to astronomy)
  • Medicine and Psychology
Q:

Innovation definition after Schumpeter

A:

Schumpeter says: Innovation is "creative destruction"

There are no new things without getting rid of old things.

Q:

What is an Innovation?

A:

Innovation is an Idea in an action
(it has to work)

Q:

Drivers for innovation

A:
  • Society demand
  • Technology Push
  • Market Pull



Society needs something (e.g. cure for corona)
Technology gets available (e.g. Computers)

Market Pull (strong demand for something, e.g. reneweable Energy sources)


market pull and society demand are connected. If society demands, the market pulls

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Innovation definition by National Science Foundation

A:

"Innovation process encompasses the whole process, from emergence of an idea to its spread application in society.

The process begins with identifying a problem or finding an idea, stretching from problem solving to the creation of production capacity to the introduction to the new product to the market"

Idea->Creation of production-> market introduction

Q:

Innovation vs Inventions

A:

Invention: make things possible

Innovation: make things happen

Q:

Innovation example

A:

Edison is an innovator
He used inventions, to solve problems and turned inventions into innovations by introducing them succesfuly into the market.
=> Light bulb
He tested about 6000 fibers which lasts long without breaking

Edison invented the bulb socket


  • Light bulb socket by Edison
  • Internet by Tim Bernes Lee (CERN)
  • Smartphone by Steve Jobs (Apple)
  • Combustion Engine Car by Henry Ford (Ford)
  • GUI Windows by Bill Gates (Microsoft)
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Invention example

A:
  • Steam powered machine
  • Light Bulb
  • Telegraph
Q:

Drivers for social change

A:
  • Innovation
  • Capital 
  • Work

    Innovation needs Money (Production/Marketing etc.) (e.g. Venture Capital)


To produce you need work


International good, because some areas in the world have money, some have cheap labour, some have many good ideas.

Q:

Invention

A:

use existing knowledge/skills to realize a new problem solution

e.g. Invention of the lightbulb

Q:

Patenable Inventions

A:

Ideas are not patentable


Technical Inventions are

Clearly above state of the art
Commercial applicable

Novelty

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