These two are the links to take you to the website.
4- Two case studies from Chapter 1, Radical Innovation at Philips Lighting and The dimming of the light bulb, deal with lighting innovations over time – technologies that have evolved from their original state to something different, but still within the same category. The incandescent light bulb gives way to the LED light, for instance. What parallels can you see in an information technology category? Is there an example of an information technology company that has survived as successfully as Philips? Using the examples in the Philips study what ways do you think your place of business could foster more innovation (if you don’t work, interview a friend or family member)? What might be keeping your company from embracing innovation (in any of the 4Ps ways)? How would you define success in terms of encouraging more innovative thinking?
You need to support your Weighty Posts with references toworthy* sources in addition to your book/book resource site and the Gartner article or video or cartoon you’re discussing. The BRUIN library is a great place to start. Feel free to use worthy* news articles as sources (remembering that they always have a bias, that is), making sure to list those and all other sources at the bottom of the post (please use more than a URL!). Quotations by famous people are allowed, as well – you only have to identify the speaker, not the specific work, in the case of well-known quotations, e.g. “Progress is made by lazy men looking for easier ways to do things.” – Robert A. Heinlein