Innovation timing

The innovation timing determines the innovation success. Innovation projects fail when the environment goes unnoticed, when TTM takes first place instead of innovation quality, when planning ignores technical risks, when the right milestones are missing in early innovation phases, or when innovation teams fail to precisely meet quality milestones. more ….

Economic human-robot collaboration

The human-robot collaboration raises quality, increases sustainability and lowers unit costs. However, it is being introduced slowly, as the fears about jobs are slowing the process down, as the one-time costs of the first projects are too high, and as the responsibility has been delegated far too low. An enterprise-wide transformation through an innovation project overcomes these barriers. Therefore, human-robot collaboration is an entrepreneurial question for the CEO and CFO. more ….

Agile innovation system

Does the transformation to an agile innovation system increase the company’s earnings? Can it adapt and survive in the face of external change? Or is agility essentially reserved for the start-ups of e-business? These are current entrepreneurial questions for managing directors, innovation managers and development managers. more ….

Innovation projects: Nail the pudding to the wall

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A successful innovation project begins with an idea and ends in a resilient oligopoly. In between are uncertainties, inventions, complexity dynamics, financing dynamics, competitive dynamics and transition to the operative business. The innovation is similar to a pudding, which the innovation manager should nail to the wall. This is achieved if the four success factors for the constant innovation success are implemented in the innovation project. more ….

Innovation risk management versus wishful thinking

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Competitive innovations must solve the dilemma of innovation risk and offer price. The risk of innovation is often uncertain or not calculated with probabilities. The offer price is more based on wishful thinking than on probabilities to win the competition. Both together cause the later overrun of the innovation budget. An innovation risk management solves the dilemma. more….

Innovation success by attractive markets

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Innovators rely on attractive markets. This is always risky. That is why innovators are in conflict with both the experienced old hands and the strategists. The experienced old hands resist risks. They focus on their own resources. They align with them growth and investment strategically – until it is too late. more….