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Mar 29, 2007

Concept Map: Innovation

*Created in collaboration with Sean Durham, Ryan Reposar, Paul Pangaro, and Nathan Felde.*

This model is built on the idea that innovation is about changing paradigms. The model situates innovation between two conventions. Innovations transform old into new. It is a process—a process in which insight inspires change and creates value.

Read the [Interactions Magazine Article][1] which explains the process of creating the map.

See also our collection of [Innovation Models][2].

[1]: http://www.dubberly.com/articles/interactions-innovation.html “Interactions Magazine Article”

[2]: http://www.dubberly.com/articles/innovation-models.html “Innovation Models”

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16 Comments

  • Michael

    Dec 3, 2008
    3:48 pm

    I found this a fascinating concept map and a great start to the principles of identifying an innovation process. I’ve spoken to a number of groups about this and observed a common behaviour occurs: The groups invariably try and use the concept map to ‘build a process’ into their ‘organisations’. They seem to miss the point that it’s more an observation of behaviour rather than a road map to a culture of innovation. I wouldn’t argue that it couldn’t be used that way but the idea of formulating a constraining process to foster innovation makes me smile. It feels like one of life’s rare ironies. :-)

    This is a great piece of work and when viewed in the light of its creators intent is very valuable and educational. Nice work – Thanks

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  • Terry

    Feb 8, 2009
    8:27 am

    Wondering what you mean by insight?

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  • Bradley Shoebottom

    Feb 16, 2009
    11:24 am

    Fascinating portrayal of Innovation. I just figured out that the bottom continues to the top and the right goes around to the left, so this concept map is actually a “globe”. Care to try your hand at producing a globe PDF so I can paste it over an old globe of the world :)

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  • pkt

    Jun 2, 2009
    11:12 pm

    Classic, think u can get this into the canon in the academia?? i’d wished somebody captured it all in a bird-eye view sort of manner back in the 1990s..

    I’d give u the credit if u could turn it all into $ & cents when applied in the harsh real world of bizz realities

    good on ya

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  • Luciana

    Apr 24, 2012
    7:29 am

    Tks Paul Pangaro and DDO!
    We’ve been following Paul’s work and this graph is very inspiring for our work in Brazil.
    Luciana.

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  • khách sạn đà nẵng port

    Feb 26, 2014
    4:18 pm

    You actually make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find
    this topic to be actually something that I think I would never
    understand. It seems too complex and extremely broad for me.

    I’m looking forward for your next post, I’ll try to
    get the hang of it!

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