Now, most of these innovation
I have my favorite types - I bet you can pick them out in the list below. How about you? Got anything to add to the list?
- Frugal innovation - using minimal resources to deliver new capabilities.
- Disruptive innovation - products or practices that disrupt the current market
- Innovation without permission - innovation by rogues who don't technically have authority to proceed but who deliver meaningful advancements anyway. Sort of like Thoreau's "majority of one." Often related to Disruptive (see above)
- Open innovation - Using crowd-sourcing, open architectures and broad collaboration. Innocentive is one of the leaders in this area.
- Sustaining innovation - the opposite of disruptive; it's expected innovation that expands the current market
- Operational innovation - innovations in how things are used and implemented
- Process Innovation - innovation in process design & execution
- Incremental Innovation - delivering increased capabilities in small steps
- Radical Innovation - the opposite of Incremental, similar to Disruptive, it is "competence-destroying" because it changes the game space so completely.
Anything to add?