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Cross-Boundary Disruptors Are The Agents Of Change

How did Gordon E. Moore, Robert Noyce and Andy Grove create Intel with limited users yet highly advanced products? They were disruptors. Here’s how.

As detailed in Cross-Boundary Disruptors Are The Agents Of Change we see the basis for all R&D and advanced design efforts within a 4 step process of engagement of the XBD process and the 4 necessary steps for utilizing Gorve’s original model for the finialization of R&D and design thinking capabilities allowing new R&D and design products to make their ways into the hands of users. This is just one way advanced design creates advanced users and further R&D benefit.

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