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BUS370-03 SPRING2017 A5: India’s invisible innovation. For many years, India was seen as a hub for accountants and programmers rather than a hub for innovation. For western European people have the idea if the India innovators are they pretend to say, where are the Indian googles and IPads or Viagra’s. In his ted talk Nirmalya Kuma made a really great point about the different types of innovation. In fact, there’s two types of innovation the visible innovation and the invisible one which according to him India does the best. The invisible categories of this invisible innovation are: - innovation for business customers: products or services made in India but branded elsewhere. - Outsourcing innovation: value added R & D services on demand - Process innovation: an injection of intelligence - Management innovation: global services delivery mode. According to the Ted talk, in the recent decades many companies started outsourcing and started in India which created three implication: -
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  • Spring '17
  • Business, Developed country, invisible innovation

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