Monthly Archives: April 2011

The Need To Diversify Innovation Sources

I met with Vizio’s General Manager a few months ago.  For those of you who don’t know, Vizio has been the value price leader in flat-screen TVs.  With the help of the government’s mandate to have all TV signals switch … Continue reading

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Toilets and Innovation – Can The Two Mix?

A funny thing happened the other day when I was on my toilet, I started thinking about innovation and toilets.  If you are thinking what I am thinking, innovation and toilets are two words that rarely (if ever) end up … Continue reading

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In Innovation, Technology Is Not The Only Answer

There is often a myth in innovation that it must be technologically driven.  P&G and many of its peers are excellent at research and development (R&D) and constantly bring new technologically-driven products to the market (Acti-Lift Tide, Regenerist, etc.).  Depending … Continue reading

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