Another week and another collection of interesting ideas from around the internet.
As always, thoughts and/or comments are greatly appreciated.
- How David Beats Goliath [The New Yorker]
Disruptive innovation often comes from organizations and individuals that find ways to break with convention.
- Google: How does your innovation garden grow? [BusinessWeek]
Managing innovation is often compared to tending a garden. What does it mean if your innovation garden becomes overgrown?
- the New Shelton wet/dry [pantherhouse]
Innovation is often the process of taking old idea and applying them in a new context, much how Jeff Koons did when he put two or three New Shelton Wet/Dry vacuums in a plexiglass box, adding a title.
- Sid’s Rules [Designer Notes]
Sid Meier has made some of the most successful computer games ever. Here are some of the priciples he works by.