10 - \0‘10(Lo 25 III TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION...

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Unformatted text preview: \0‘10 (Lo 25 III. TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION, DIFFUSION, (“‘1 and TRANSFER A. Definitions of Terms T echnologz is the knowledge of the manipulation of both physical and social nature to sotisjj/ human purposes... (Webster) All the means employed by a social group to provide for material comfprt. —-?' WH‘NHM‘S Invention R&D activity in which an idea is developed of how to solve a problem, provide a service, etc. 11 flaw;wa 0W Innovation V - Np implementation Of an invention: creation of a product or service (prototype) to be sold. ,. 665$ dimg‘m Diffusion innovation has impact in the marketplace. _ f—w-fl" _.—— ..—---.—-"" PW)?” ANSI 5v: , 3°? W Management oflnnovatton a, WWWM <—--------------------;::—---=2—————"""—""“~—-—~.. INVENTION INNOVATION DIFFUSION\ <.-----n..-_..-..-_-_____-_----__---_-> 'Managemem ofTechnology ' Y) 333nm .v- Mi will 77;» mm 216 w [1.9 26‘ ’ B. Innovations: Revolutionary Versus Evolutionary _ I . What are the primary distinctions between a revolutionary and evolutionary innovation? ' \ Gimmes“ \- ‘Wwemerx’fiz-A QFDM(*, .7 - L 0““‘3. 02-- ; 2.. WWW" w- am 9m 1m?!”- 7‘“ ..W:3W$M' 0??- Mi¢6s6§t¥ , Pchror'P , . : _. 9M2; ‘ _ '_ 2.. What are examples of innovations that contradict the ' characteristics identified above? (KM; Cad cw «cram wi'fintn) \- 16A 3m 2. «am siwovd 0"“ _ g .. -'Texqs_ ifiMWkOK am?" LL P“W°“C¢U"\‘CLL\ (one j 2;" :- 3. Two!» harm m-mwiawwi ‘ aw’me— Nshwdfim- 7 COM lgOhRLQ 3.. What are the. advantages/disadvantages ‘of each? AM Fwdu’fimm: Biker PM“ @ 100" bash persuwfi' Ami) Rwah’fiW-fCD mMMfiM :[email protected]"fi°‘\ UWWMJJT F“ ) To hflqis’w} $599M? damn -, #4409851?) @MNMM at. 90PM»? ammo“ . . g. 4‘. How do core innovations changean in _ 1 l / :* a r 9K i“ /—'—" a? ___L___ . C... 7‘ ' I ‘ “damn. Hamish 771w, "1 M“ we LED 3‘ . b0 “W it.»1 N. 11h“. “)5 I? a} My Emma», ...
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