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  • 1.1 Hoorcollege 2: Innovation in the Digital Age

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  • How do pervasive digital technologies create generative innovation?

    1. Reprogrammable Nature
    2. Wakes of Innovation
    3. Digital Traces as by-products  
  • What are the fundamental properties of digital technology?

      1. Reprogrammability
      2. Data Homogenisation
  • What do the two fundamental properties of digital technology provide?

    An environment of open and flexible affordances that are used in creating innovations characterized by convergence and generativity.
  • What are the traits of innovation associated with pervasive digital technologies?

    1. Importance of digital technology platforms
    2. Emergence of distributed innovations
    3. Prevalance of combinatorial innovation
  • Explain the concept of the affordances of pervasive digital technology and its influence on innovation.

    TA is the action potential, comming from a goal-oriented behaviour that turns into concrete actions. For example: Kindle facilitates reading, Kindle cannot be used as an Ipad. Its technological potential lies within what it facilitates.
  • What is the difference between integrated and converged technology?

    Integrated technology uses interfaces (such as API's) to connect systems, whereas converged technology is merged through either physical or digital ways.
  • 1.2 Hoorcollege 1: Fundamentals of Innovation

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  • What best describes the difference between radical and incremental innovation?

    The degree to which an innovation represents a departure from existing practices.
  • What is product innovation and provide an example

    Innovation embodied in the outputs an organisation its goods or services.
    Honda developing a new hybrid electric vehicle.
  • What is process innovation and provide an example

    Innovations in the way an organisation conducts its business.
    Techniques of producing or marketing goods and services.
    Often effectiveness or efficiency oriented, e.g. Reducing defect rates.
  • How could radical innovation also be defined as and why?

    In terms of Risk.
    Often based on new knowledge, so producers and customers will vary in their experience and their judgement of the products' usefullness or reliability.

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