A collection of proven methods that enable inventors and entrepreneurs to create and manage high-growth opportunities
Inventing is a skill that can be learned, and innovation has a pattern that can be predicted and leveraged. How to Invent equips you with a set of powerful tools and innovation models that will help you gain a sustainable market advantage. Using simple, practical examples of how inventions are made, the book leads you away from a “hit or miss” approach to a systematic exploration of innovation opportunities.
Filled with case studies from the digital music and computing fields, this business-building book teaches you how to invent, explaining ways to create business growth opportunities by proactively discovering and solving high-value problems. The author describes how to use proven models for problem analysis, solution development, and innovation management... identifies key technology evolution trends...and demonstrates how they can be used for timely investment.
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Eugene Shteyn is a Director, Intellectual Property and Standards, at Hewlett-Packard in Palo Alto, California.
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