Pedro Arantesrose


Innovation is the process of improving something that already exists or creates new things.
Zettelkasten, September 25, 2021 (changes)


  • Innovation is the process of improving something that already exists or creates new things.

  • You can innovate by changing processes or methodologies that already exist.

  • In product development, when you modify the product adding variability to it, you create innovation.

  • Making innovation involves taking risks, is time-consuming, and has a cost.

  • You can innovate on technology, business, art, process, and services.


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