Innovation Subversiveness Means Stickiness Sensitivity
The innovation process means a lot of things to a lot of people but the underlying factor is change – change from a norm to a nuance or a never been seen before. The task of implementing emerging technologies and radical design is no different and when it comes to contracting, all bets are off. But are there other ways to see the light ?
It’s often when collective efforts and informal, highly improvised efforts happening ‘below the radar’ that often offer viewports of opportunity to enable change and evolution. Emerging ‘shadow themes’ offer alternative mechanisms for unexpected moments of interaction. Factors such as Local Interaction, In Charge But Not In Control, Spontaneity as Risky, and Shadow Theme involvement allow for more than the unexpected to emerge. In Innovation as Improvisation ‘In The Shadow’ we see many alternative factors as to how and why roadblocks for innovators can be overcome and even turned into a positive opportunity for additional breakthroughs to emerge. The whole point of the unexpected design turn of events and the hard fought research initiatives.