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Autor: Edward G. Anderson Jr.
ISBN-13: 9781489999887
Einband: Previously published in hardcover
Seiten: 188
Gewicht: 293 g
Format: 235x155x10 mm
Sprache: Englisch

The Innovation Butterfly

Managing Emergent Opportunities and Risks During Distributed Innovation
 Previously published in hardcover
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Building on the familiar "butterfly effect," this book examines the causes of emergent phenomena in real world settings, and their often negative impacts. Covers distributed innovation management, and leadership choices that can tame the innovation butterfly.
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Discusses uncertainty management while including the issues of complexity and path dependence  Complements the growing body of work on disruptive innovations by concentrating on the processes leading to disruptions rather than on managing these disruptions after the fact  Covers the human/behavioral dimensions of the emergent opportunities
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Introduction.- Section I: Understanding the Emergent Behaviour.- Section II: managing Emergent Behaviour.- Section III: Innovation Leader's new Work.
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Product and service innovations are the result of mutually interacting creative and coordination tasks within a system that has to balance technical decisions, marketplace taste, personnel management, and stakeholder commitment. The constituent elements of such systems are often scattered across multiple firms and across the globe and constitute a complex system consisting of many interacting parts.
In the spirit of the "butterfly effect", metaphorically describing the sensitivity to initials conditions of chaotic systems, this book builds an argument that "innovation butterflies" can, in the short term, take up significant amounts of effort and sap efficiencies within individual innovation projects. Such "innovation butterflies" can be prompted by external forces such as government legislation or unexpected spikes in the price of basic goods (such as oil), unexpected shifts in market tastes, or from a company manager's decisions or those of its competitors. Even the smallest change, the smallest disruption, to this system can steer a firm down an unpredictable and irreversibly different path in terms of technology and market evolution.

In the long term, they can shift the balance of the entire innovation portfolio into unplanned directions. More importantly, we describe how innovation leaders can influence the emergent behavior of the system for good or ill.

The first half of the book draws parallels from physics, economics, and sociology as well as evidence from multiple industries to describe the structural and behavioral causes of emergent phenomena in innovation settings as well as their often negative impacts. In the second half of the book, we turn to distributed management of innovation under emergence. We show that innovation butterflies, if improperly managed, most often lead to negative outcomes. On the other hand, it is also argued that while the complexity of the innovation system and the desire to experiment and try new and emergent alternatives precludes precise planning, innovation leaders can actually tame innovation butterflies through the design and implementation of appropriate processes, strategies, tools and leadership choices.

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Autor: Edward G. Anderson Jr.
ISBN-13 :: 9781489999887
ISBN: 1489999884
Erscheinungsjahr: 17.07.2014
Verlag: Springer New York
Gewicht: 293g
Seiten: 188
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage 2012
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 235x155x10 mm