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Decalogue of Rules
of Disruptive innovation

In the first place it is necessary to clarify the meaning of the term innovation [ see ‘Manifesto of Innovation (1): the basic principles of sustainable…

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Why the big companies cannot innovate within them (brief)

The current Companies cannot really transform themselves. In order to respond to the new Demand it is necessary 1) to develop a new generation of…

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The misunderstanding on ecology (we need disruptive innovation in Ecology)

Today we live in a time of radical changes (disruption) that produce significant effects in the Society (and therefore in the Market). . The sectors…

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What disruption essentially is

► The concept of disruption is not an “invention” of someone, but the description of a real phenomenon that affects our civilization. ► THE DISRUPTION IS IN ITSELF A NEUTRAL CONCEPT: it is positive for those who adapt to changes, and strongly negative for who remains on previous Models.

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Why the big companies cannot innovate within them [1]

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Why the big companies cannot innovate within them

It is useless to try to bring innovationinto companies that are not themselves innovated (which are structured on an obsolete mindset). The innovation currently needed…

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Mobility 2.0 – White Paper: why the failure of Mobility

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LiteMotive: the new future of Mobility

A new direction in the development of Automotive that, in the urban context, radically redefines vehicles and ways of traveling LiteMotive is a Sustainable Mobility…

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‘Manifesto of Innovation (2): Innovation in the new post-industrial Market’≈

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Manifesto of Innovation

A third phase of the development of the modern (post-industrial) Company / Market is in progress. THE SOCIETY MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT PROCESS IS NOW MANAGED “BOTTOM UP”. A new Economy based on Subsidiarity is developed, and A POST-INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION MODE THAT EXCEEDS THE “MASS PRODUCTION”.

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‘Manifesto of Innovation (1): the basic principles of sustainable innovation’≈

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Manifesto of Innovation

Today there is no critical reflection on the failures of the Market, and therefore it continues unabated to proceed WITH THE SAME MINDSET (PARADIGM) WHICH HAS PRODUCED THE PROBLEMS THAT WE WANT TO SOLVE. A reflection on the basic principles of sustainable innovation.

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Introduction to the Disruptive Innovation: the concept of Innovation [1]

THE CONCEPT OF INNOVATION IN ITSELF MUST BE RADICALLY CHANGED.
Innovation based on a continuous improvement of the products does not work when in History there are radical changes (as it was, for example, in the Industrial Revolution, or as it happens now).

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The basic misunderstanding on Real (Disruptive) Innovation

Disruptive innovation is a “revolution” of the context in which it operates: this means “radical change” (from the roots) of culture, of the mindset used up to that point (change of operating principles, of conception of values, of a design approach, of types of communication, etc.).

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The great Firms are not able to develop disruptive innovation within them

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Why the big companies cannot innovate within them

the consolidated companies of the market literally can’t develop disruptive innovation within them. they are the object of disruption, and therefore can not be the subject. the problem: ● lack of “intuition” ● lack of culture of (real) innovation. a real (disruptive) innovation can only come with a fresh start, from new comers.

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