Radical Versus Incremental Innovation

Most organisations imagine innovation to constitute transformational initiatives that create brand new revenue or define new categories. These innovations, typically, are termed radical or breakthrough by most commentators. They’re typified as being extremely speculative, but with high returns. In other words, the chance of them working is pretty low, but when they do, you have a hit on your hands.

When setting up an innovation programme, executives tend to do so with the expectation they will be getting radical innovation, but usually they don’t want the risk. Practically speaking, this is impossible to achieve in any way with much reliability, and is a principal cause innovation teams get fired.

Incremental innovation has none of these characteristics. It takes what is already being done in some way and improves it. The improvement needn’t be especially earth shaking, and will usually have the characteristics of enhancing the market reach of a product or service, or making it possible to charge higher prices. In this respect, incremental innovation, done at scale, can add materially to the growth of a particular enterprise.

More sophisticated innovation programmes quickly work out they have to have a balance of projects in both categories if they are to be successful. The fact is, many small incremental innovations have the ability to balance the expense of having a few radical failures, something that is critical until the innovation team strikes it lucky with a big hit.

In my experience, innovation teams start with “radical” innovation on the expectation they will deliver spectacular benefits in a short time. It quickly becomes clear to stakeholders though that such spectacular benefits are not so close, and may, in fact, not be so spectacular after all. Faced with significant disappointment, they cancel the innovation programme.

Key note to new innovation programmes: avoid the temptation to focus on radical innovation at the start, and you will likely live to fight another day. By concentrating firstly – or at least to a large degree – on incremental innovation, you have the chance to build basic capabilities which will be important as things get more strategic.

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Characteristics Of Entrepreneur

Are you planning to start and run your own business? Do you know the right qualifications and characteristics an entrepreneur must have to succeed? Does your profile match that of a successful entrepreneur? In this article we will explore and discuss the essential characteristics that every entrepreneur must have. There are several important traits and values that are common among successful entrepreneurs. Before you go and start your enterprise, it will be very helpful to think and reflect whether you have what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur. If not, you can also start developing these character traits.

1. Successful Entrepreneurs are Self-Confident – to succeed in the highly competitive business world, confidence and trust in oneself is an indispensable trait. Self-confidence means trusting your own powers and capabilities. The world of entrepreneurship is not alien to failure and disappointments. To survive in such a cutthroat world, an entrepreneur must have the ability to look within himself and find the drive and persistence to pursue his enterprise. An entrepreneur must have the gumption to face any adversity and tackle any problems that may be encountered in the world of business.

2. Successful Entrepreneurs are Risk-takers – being an entrepreneur means having the ability to trust your hunches and acting on them. Great business ideas sometimes start as a hunch which enterprising individuals acted upon. There is always the risk of loss in any endeavor, and entrepreneurs have just the right confidence to take calculated risks to achieve their objective. However, an entrepreneur’s risk-taking does not depend on luck, but on sheer effort and hard work.

3. Successful Entrepreneurs know the value of money and are careful about their finances – to succeed in any business; an entrepreneur must understand the value of money and the cost of things. Typically, successful entrepreneurs learned how to earn and value money at a young age. Most of them started out by earning loose change as teenagers mowing lawns, doing groceries, babysitting for neighbors, etc.

4. Successful entrepreneurs have the so-called head for business – many entrepreneurs are gifted with intuition: they know what product or service is going to ‘click’ next. However, this ability does not involve clairvoyance or extra sensory powers of some sort, but rather, keen observation and understanding of what is going on around him. A good entrepreneur is always on the look out for new ideas and new ways to make money.

5. Successful Entrepreneurs are competitive – the world of business is a very competitive environment. An entrepreneur must be aggressive enough to pursue his goal despite having many rivals and competitors. An entrepreneur must know how to stay ahead of his competitors, either by introducing new ideas and exploring new ventures, all in the spirit of expanding his business.

6. Successful Entrepreneurs are honorable and have a good work ethic – although it is a fact that the business world is ruthless, but the successful entrepreneur will strive to make every business deal honorable. The mark of a successful entrepreneur lies in a good personal work ethic that ultimately leads to good business practices, excellent reputation and good association with industry peers and business partners.

7. Successful Entrepreneurs know the importance of leisure time – hard work and determination are very important values every entrepreneur must have. However, a good entrepreneur knows when it’s time to take a step back from all the rigors of business and enjoy some downtime with their family. Besides, we all do need a little relaxation to refresh the body and mind before plunging back into the challenging (and stressful) world of business.

These are just seven of the most important characteristics of an entrepreneur. Of course, the characteristics every entrepreneur must have are not limited to the ones mentioned. Having these characteristics is not a guarantee that an entrepreneur will be successful. But with these characteristics, an entrepreneur has just the right ingredients for success. All one needs to do is to find the right mix of these values, excellent timing, perhaps a bit of luck and, of course, faith in oneself. So, do you have what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur? Go over these characteristics and values mentioned and reflect if you do have these.

Business Valuation In Pennsylvania

Business owners are each in unique situations, resulting in a variety of reasons for the need for a business valuation. Sometimes it is estate planning, other times a business transaction whether buying or selling a business, other times it could be financing, partnership disputes, divorce, etc. Most business owners start a business but they have no idea, plan or strategy to exit the business. Also, most business owners only experience one business transaction in their life, that is not a lot of business transaction experience and can lead to costly errors. One of the most common is the lack of or an inaccurate business valuation Pennsylvania. An accurate business valuation by an expert third party professional will be taken seriously by buyers, sellers, financing underwriters, etc. Anything but a professional business valuation will not be taken serious. It is thus critical to have an expert firm who specializes in business valuations provide a professional Business Valuation in Pennsylvania.

Let’s look at some example situations. The first situation is a party representing the business seller performs a business valuation during a business transaction. This party is biased towards the client trying to sell, thus the likelihood of the valuation coming in high is very common. A second situation is a business valuation is conducted by a party representing the business buyer. Again, this party is biased towards the client and the business valuation will likely come in low. As you can see there could be an enormous discrepancy in the result of the business valuation in these two situations. Sometimes worlds apart, the fact is the only way to accurately determine true market value is for an unbiased third party business valuation firm to perform a business valuation in Pennsylvania.

Many formulas can be used to calculate the worth of a business. However, there are no accurate formulas as every business is unique. Furthermore, every market, the economy, timing, financing, demand, similar sales, terms, etc are all unique. These all have to be factored into the equation when conducted a business valuation and determining true market value of a business. Assets, potential of growth, land, leases, contracts and other factors also have to be considered.

The importance cannot be emphasized enough of an accurate business valuation in a business transaction to all parties involved. This includes the business buyer, seller, representation of both, financing underwriters, etc. Again, the business transaction experience of most is only one business transaction in a lifetime. The result of overpaying or underselling a business could be a monumental error that must be avoided and can. The way to avoid this is to have a professional third party unbiased expert perform an accurate valuation of the business.

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Idea Management – The Measure Of Innovation

If you are a corporate innovation manager, no matter your level or official title, I have one question for you: Are you doing Idea Management?

It’s not a trick question. If you are, you’re doing your job. If you aren’t, then I would say your job is in danger. Maybe not today in winter 2008 as I write this, you may be safe for a time, but someday someone will ask why an idea management system was not put in place. Your excuse will need to be a better answer than “they were unproven” or “it wasn’t cost effective.” My wish for you on that fateful day is a good severance package — because both of those concerns are frightfully lame. Really you deserve the corporate equivalent of a tar and feathering because you’ve let down your organization.

Sorry for being a bit harsh there. You’re not lame, let’s just call it risk averse! I really do believe that Idea Management is a huge opportunity. What is it exactly? In a word, a database. More elaborately, it’s a system, or place, to store ideas and selectively and deliberately develop them. There are software packages that do this (and they also permit online brainstorming) but it could be as simple as a notebook. Amazingly, many large corporations do not catalog ideas in any way. Benjamin Franklin once said, “An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest” – wise words that should be heeded today!

Let me say something very clearly: if you are not doing Idea Management you’re not doing deliberate or continuous innovation. I would go as far as saying if you are not doing deliberate innovation than you are not doing innovation at all. Do you really want to leave innovation to an informal system? Is there anything more strategic to an organization than its innovation efforts? It’s your future! Why would any organization not implement some kind of idea management system? There really is no excuse for not doing it.

As an innovation consultant one of the most difficult things to help an organization with is measuring innovation. Idea Management systems address that challenge. It’s challenging to assess the innovation culture within an organization, and arguably, it’s even more challenging to measure the impact of innovation efforts over time. This is particularly true if there is only an informal system in place. Didn’t Demming say “that which isn’t measured doesn’t improve?” He also said “Learning isn’t compulsory … neither is survival.” Interesting how these quotes from the quality guru apply so well to Innovation. In a sense, Idea Management is a type of quality system, it’s measuring the quality and quantity of an organizations intellectual capital.

Stated simply Idea Management is a concept whose time has come. We must measure our innovation efforts in order to improve them. Ideas are the most strategic asset of any organization. Ideas are the first products of the minds of employees and owners. Ideas are what improve systems, improve processes, improve morale, generate new products, new services, and new ways to better serve the customer. If they are not recorded they are left in people’s heads (and people leave) or scattered across desks in a sea of memos, messages, and cocktail napkins. In an informal system ideas are often lost forever, some great ones are ignored because they are out of sight, some are given away free to the competition, and others diamonds in the rough are not developed and implemented. Further, you don’t know who’s pitching in with lots of ideas and who’s slacking off.

I stated earlier it’s hard to measure an innovation culture. It’s a touchy-feely thing isn’t it? You’d need to measure attitudes and feelings, and that is notoriously hard, although not impossible, to do. My hat’s off to those who make the effort by doing qualitative interviews, observational research, and in-house ethnography. These techniques can go a long way to measuring what kind of innovation culture your organization has, but given the “inexact science” nature of these techniques it is hard to justify those kinds of studies to the bean counters.

Idea Management on the other hand provides hard-core metrics. Doesn’t that give you goosebumps? What CEO or CFO doesn’t want hard-core metrics? How many five star new product ideas do we have for next year? Who thinks they are five stars? What are the ideas for moving them into production? Who thought of that brilliant idea for the line extension that is working so well? These are all questions CEO level managers should be asking, and they should be able to get quick and accurate answers.

I’d think that getting approval to buy idea management software would be a piece of cake. As a job protection measure you should ask for the money even if you know it will be refused! Those software companies, and there are some very good systems out there, are doing quite well right now. I am impressed with Imaginatik. Brightidea’s website has an interesting system. There are others that I haven’t looked at closely. Surprisingly, these systems are very reasonable in cost given the value they deliver. It’s hard to understand why everybody doesn’t have one. Is it risk aversion or lack of vision?

There are so many benefits of idea management that it should be a “no brainer.” It protects intellectual capital, it saves money in ideation (virtual ideation/online brainstorming alone could justify the cost) it allows for continued consideration and development of seed ideas, it tracks employee contributions, can be used as a factor in compensation, it saves re-invention of the wheel, it helps instantiate an innovation culture — and this is just a starting list of benefits!

Idea Management should be formal. Nearly everyone does it informally — but of course without real black and white measures informal idea management has no power to inform and educate our efforts.

Now, let me address the cost concern. You might be an independent consultant working alone, or a small company without a lot of money to throw at an expensive software system. You still need Idea Management, in fact it could be a competitive advantage. My suggestion is this, you can start with a spreadsheet! Even saving your ideas in a word processing document would be a start. You could also start with a free or inexpensive web-based system – they are available. Really there is no excuse for not systematically tracking ideas, reviewing ideas, and choosing the best ones to further develop and put into action.

So, if you are not doing Idea Management, and Innovation is your charge, I’d say get after it! Or, polish up that resume because you must have a secret wish to be doing something else. I’m joking but please, do yourself a favor, take advantage of Idea Management it’s a powerful tool for innovation.

Business Valuations In New Jersey

The success of a business transaction can have a major influence on business owners. In fact, most business owners only experience one exit in their life and most owners do not have any idea or plan of how they will exit. This lack of a plan and knowledge of business transactions can lead to major mistakes than can have a huge impact on a family and others lives. When in the right hands however, these mistakes can not only be avoided, but the business transaction can be a huge success resulting in a very positive impact on lives.
One of the major mistakes in a business transaction is determining true market value. A buyer does not want to pay much higher and a seller does not want to sell for much lower than true market value. As experts in business valuation NJ, A Neumann and Associates has completed thousands of Business Valuations. Confidentiality is key as is getting a Business Valuation from a professional third party to avoid any bias. In fact, most business buyers and financing underwriters will not take a business seller seriously if they do not have a professional, third party business valuation.

With 25 years of experience as a premiere and reputable Business Broker in New Jersey, A Neumann and Associates have been providing expert service to Business Owners including Business Valuations in NJ. The testimonials, track record and network of affiliates have long been a huge buying and selling advantage. As expert Business Valuations NJ specialists, they can assist business owners determine the true market value for any reason. Be it sale of the business, estate planning, financing, dissolution of a partnership, divorce or other reasons, you will be in expert hands with A Neumann and Associates.

A lot goes into a Business Valuations, a formula or calculation does not exist that can actively determine the true market value of a business. Many things have to be considered such as assets, profits, years in business, potential growth, similar business sales, economy, financing options, buyer demand, buyer and seller motivation, timing, terms, location, etc. Professional Business Valuations are a crucial part of business transactions. They are obtained only through professional third party experts.

Why a third party? This is an important question. When a business valuation is conducted by a party that is representing the buyer, it may not be objective. The valuation could be favorable and much lower than true market value. Similarly, a party representing a business seller can value a business much higher as that benefits their client.

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Why You Need Innovation In Your Business?

Innovation opens the door wide to find the existing opportunities in the present and potential ones for the future.
King of Prussia, United States, March 24,2015/Free-Press-Release.com/ — Many reasons would push you as an entrepreneur to adopt new ideas into your business to achieve success which is the ultimate goal of every business. It’s true that businesses differ one from another, so do their priorities and particularities of each sector, but a business that isn’t innovating risks of losing the battle for competitors or just functioning ineffectively. Innovation is a key to businesses in general and for small and medium business in particular.

Scientific studies have always highlighted the importance of innovation on business by investigating various dimensions of innovation including product, process, and market innovation. A recently study which is published here http://www.ibimapublishing.com/journals/JIMSME/2013/885666/885666.html has investigated impact of these dimensions of innovation on the performance of SMEs.

The study which is conducted by a group of scientists from Malaysia has tried to answer the question: How Can Innovation Impact Enterprises? The research finds that both product innovation and process innovation are crucial for businesses and has a great impact on the performance of a business. “The findings confirmed the hypotheses that product innovation and process innovation influenced firm performance significantly, where the impact of the former was stronger than the latter” the study stated.

Innovation opens the door wide to find the existing opportunities in the present and potential ones for the future. Innovation gives answers not only to today’s needs, but expect trends of the future and come out with new ideas including a new service or a new product that allows the organization to operate effectively. Innovation is what helps businesses survive the fierce competition in the market, if not leading it.

Another study that could be found here http://www.ibimapublishing.com/journals/JIMSME/2013/815384/815384.html has inspected the innovative behavior of small businesses. This research stressed out “that innovation is recognized as the strategic mean of survival even for the small businesses.” Researchers noticed in their study that “entrepreneurs have at least adopted the administrative innovations that involve improvements and newness in daily administrative processes.”

Besides, the study has made a number of valuable notices about how likely small businesses are adopting innovation. Scientists observed that “small firms are frequently exposed to severe resource constraint, thus limit their innovation performance compared to larger organizations…Radical innovation and invention have not been carried out by most of the subjects as it requires strong internal resources and established business network.”

Based on the paper’s findings, researchers advised that “entrepreneurs who are in critical situations or without choices need to take creative and bold actions in order to grow.” Also, they added that “small firms must also be encouraged to expand their innovation scopes to product, process and technical innovation…. (As) process and technical innovation are able to generate higher future revenues and profits.”

Challenges that entrepreneurs face include lack of support considering financial and knowledge. The research provided evidence that “small entrepreneurs need more support in terms of resource funding, knowledge and access to information on opportunities and alternatives, and skilled human resources.”

In spite of high costs that might be needed to implement an innovative idea, but if arriving to innovate, the benefits are really high and would participate in the prosperity of the organization in the future. An organization that does not innovate is leading the way down, and sooner or later everything within the business would become obsolete to the changing trends around in the market.

Electronics Engineering Technology Distance Learning – Become a Most in Demand Technologist

Electronics Engineering Technology distance learning courses are flourishing, making use of the low entry-level requirement of a 2-year Associate Degree to become an Engineering Technician, and the further career advancement to an Engineering Technologist (or Applied Engineer) possible in the field by pursuing a 4-year Bachelors Degree. Among all Technicians and Technologists working in USA, Electrical and Electronics Engineering professionals make up more than one-third, which is a clear indication for their demand. And this demand is nowadays driven more by the high-tech industry’s need for Electronics Engineering Technicians, rather than the conventional industries’ need for Electrical Engineering Technicians.

Why Electronics Engineering Technology?

All of today’s booming industrial sectors like telecommunications, medical equipment, control systems, automotive systems, navigational systems, and of course, the consumer appliances sector are bringing out everything from mobile phones to home theatres, and require expertise in Electronics Engineering more than anything else, which explains the demand for Electronics Engineering professionals.

However, to attempt the field through an Engineering Degree can be taxing to those students who are not interested in taking advanced level mathematics (calculus) courses that an Engineering Degree requires, or to endure its long 4-year time frame. For such students, Electronics Engineering Technology is a great option, with its stress on applied or hands-on Electronics Engineering rather than the mathematics-dense and research-oriented Electronics Engineering. The time frame also is much shorter, with an Electronics Engineering Technician requiring only a 2-year Associate Degree to enter the field.

The job opportunities too are tilted in favor of Electronics Engineering Technicians when compared with Electronics Engineers; there are 182,000 Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technicians working in USA, compared with only 143,000 Electronics Engineers. The only drawbacks – a lower level in the hierarchy and the lower starting salaries than Electronics Engineers – can be overcome in the long run, since interested Electronics Engineering Technicians can study further for a 4-year Bachelors Degree, thus qualifying for the senior position of Electronics Engineering Technologist, who enjoys a position and salary comparable to Electronics Engineers. Average salary for Electronics Engineering Senior Technicians / Technologists is US $ 46,000, very comparable to salaries for Electronics Engineers at US $ 52,000.

Why Electronics Engineering Technology Distance Learning?

It is estimated that job opportunities for Electronics Engineering Technicians and Technologists would grow at up to 17% every year, for nearly the next 10 years. The requirement of an Associate Degree for entering the field is a relatively recent phenomenon, and a significant percentage of working Electronics Engineering Technicians doesn’t have such a formal degree. The industry preference to degree holders is encouraging such working professionals to get an Associate Degree, and electronics engineering technology distance learning becomes the natural choice. Also, due to the boom in the sector, those already having an Associate Degree will go for a Bachelors Degree so that they can work as a Technologist. And, of course, the growth prospects in the sector are attracting working professionals from other fields to Electronics Engineering Technology. These three factors are driving the huge demand for electronics engineering technology distance learning courses.

Earlier, there were technological hindrances to deliver such a hands-on course through a distance or online model. However, with the development of state-of-the-art systems like National Instruments’ LabVIEW/ELVIS (Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite), which can be used by remote students through a web browser, to virtually perform any electronics experiment, the demand for Electronics Engineering Distance Learning courses are at an all-time high.

Universities and Colleges Offering Electronics Engineering Technology Distance Learning

Electronics engineering technology distance learning courses offer both 2-year Associate and 4-year Bachelors Degrees. While Community Colleges and Institutes dominate the Associate Degree scene, Universities and Polytechnics are the primary sources for Bachelors Degrees. While searching for electronics engineering technology distance learning courses, it should be kept in mind that many US institutions still call the subject Electrical Engineering Technology.

Associate Degrees

Many Community Colleges and Institutes offer 2-year Associate Degrees for electronics engineering technology distance learning, but fully accredited courses are fewer. Whether for employment as an Electronics Engineering Technician or for further pursuance of a Bachelors Degree, it is always better to go for an accredited course. Cleveland Institute of Electronics (CIE), Penn Foster Career School, and Grantham University are three institutions that offer accredited Associate Degrees in the subject.

CIE’s Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) in Electronics Engineering Technology boasts of many unique features. Designed from the ground up as a distance learning course, rather than an online adaptation of a regular course, the CIE A.A.S. provides everything that an electronics engineering technology distance learning student might require, in a packaged fashion – complete with printed courseware for over 250 self-paced lessons, videos, and detailed instructions for the over 300 hands-on lab experiments. The only thing missing will be access to an Oscilloscope, and the CIE Bookstore even sells Oscilloscopes at discounted prices to its students! One-to-one instructor support is always available for students. Even the exams can be taken online. A really unique feature of the course is that interested and capable students can complete the course in half or even quarter time, and need only pay for that!

Penn Foster Career School offers an Associate in Specialized Technology (AST) in Electronics Technology, that can be completed fully online, with access to an internet-connected computer being the only requirement. Tuition includes well-written and amply-illustrated printed courseware, tools and equipment for experiments, and unlimited instructor support through website, phone, email, and regular mail. Online open-book exams and end-of-semester proctored exams are other features of this course. The course is self-paced, with longer than 2-year durations allowed.

Grantham University offers an Associate of Science (AS) in Electronics Engineering Technology through the distance mode. The tuition package for the course includes textbooks, lesson guides, grading of all tests, mailing of materials and graded tests from the college, consultation with instructors, and required software. Proctored exams are conducted at the end of every semester, which lend more credibility to this course. Consultation with instructors is available through phone, fax, email, and regular mail. To better facilitate the distance mode of the course, Grantham University even provides a discounted option for its students to buy computers from Dell. However, the main advantage of this course is that full credit transfer is possible to Grantham’s Bachelors Degree in the subject. Grantham is especially popular with military students.

Bachelors Degrees

When it comes to Bachelors Degrees for electronics engineering technology distance learning, even courses with accreditation from the Technology Accreditation Commission (TAC) of the Accreditation Board for Engineering Technology (ABET) are available.

Old Dominion University offers its Bachelor of Science (BS) in Engineering Technology, with Electrical Engineering Technology as Major, and Electrical Systems Technology as optional. The course name follows the earlier US convention of naming Electronics Engineering courses as Electrical Engineering courses. This B.S. indeed has significant stress on Electronics Engineering Technology. In-depth coverage of Electronics includes Linear Electronics, Digital Controls, Microprocessors, Communications, Control Systems etc. High-tech delivery methods like virtual laboratory, streaming video, and satellite broadcast for 1-way video and 2-way audio, are fully utilized. The course is accredited by TAC of ABET.

World College, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Cleveland Institute of Electronics (CIE), offers a Bachelor of Electronics Engineering Technology (BEET) through the distance mode. Features include over 300 lab experiments, online exams, and toll free phones and email for consultation with instructors. Subjects covered include Electronics, Computer Technology, Telecommunications, Electrical Power, and Control Systems. Access to a computer and an oscilloscope are necessary.

Grantham University (described above, under Associate Degrees) also offers a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Electronics Engineering Technology.

The only current limiting factor for electronics engineering technology distance learning seems to be the high costs for implementing virtual labs that can be simultaneously accessed by a large number of students, and once this is solved by better and economical hardware and software, electronics engineering technology distance learning will be provided by more and more Universities, Colleges, and Polytechnic Institutes.

How innovation learning help succeed companies

Companies Success through Innovation

Innovation is an essential and important thing which is required by any business organization to achieve the planned targeted goals. Now a days online learning Innovation help organizations in may ways starting from learning new skills, building creativity & enhancing leadership among employees which is the key factor to get success in this competitive environment. Innovation helps to succeed companies in many ways which are listed below:-
Motivate organizations to create innovative products
Enhance innovation skills of employees in cost effective way
Helps to generate better ideas
Helps to build sustainable innovation management capabilities for organizations
Helps to fulfill business targets

Innovation Process to build a Niche
Online learning is the great way to improve the sales of any company where innovation helps to brainstorm on better ideas that are necessary to get your business on top of other competitors. Innovation idea generation process, in any organization helps business leader to define short term goals which motivates them to target a niche for their product or services and make them analyze how a product will perform among different type of users.

Making Goals & Track Results
An innovation learning make you define specific goals for the success of your business, as it teaches you to get innovative & creative with your product and keep track of the things that you have done during the development of that product either it is positive or a negative. And on the basis of their finding always try to improve your product for an exclusive business success.
As the success of any business completely depends on the creativity of that product of services, and innovation learning & management plays an important role in the development of a product which is out of the box. So its always better to keep the development of your product or services around creativity & innovation which is the only key to make your business a success.

Innovation help succeed companies
Enhance capabilities for organizations to create innovative products.
Increases innovation skills of employees in a time and cost effective way.
Develops a systematic approach to go forward with better ideas.
Helps to build sustainable innovation management capabilities for organizations.
Innovation processes helps to fulfill business targets.
It’s a sustainable Innovation Solutions through online learning.

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FMI Releases New Report on the Millimeter Wave Technology Market 2016-2026

Millimeter wave (MV) technology is a special type of electromagnetic wave technology. It is a mature technology and recently has been adopted in various application across industries. In the perspective of wireless communication, the millimeter wave generally occupy frequency range between 30 GHz to 300 GHz.

Millimeter Wave Technology Market: Drivers and Restraint
Global millimeter wave technology market is expected to witness double digit compound annual growth rate over the forecast period. Factors which are driving the growth of global millimeter wave technology market are, rising mobile data traffic and growing demand for bandwidth intensive applications, increasing demand for the high speed data connectivity and high potential usage of millimeter wave technology in consumer electronics application.

On the other hand, factors which are restraining the growth of millimeter wave technology market are environmental concerns and limited range. Non-uniform licencing approach is creating a major challenge for the growth of millimeter wave technology market. The global millimeter wave technology market is expected to witness great growth opportunity over the forecast period due to technological advances that encourages the adoption of millimeter wave technology across different industrial verticals such as aerospace, healthcare, defence, telecommunication and automobiles.

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Millimeter Wave Technology Market: Segmentation
Global millimeter wave technology market is segmented on the basis of product, licence, frequency band, application and region. On the basis of product, the global millimeter wave technology market can be segmented into telecommunication equipment, scanner system, radar & satellite communication system and others. On the basis of license, the global millimeter wave technology market can be segmented into light licence frequency millimeter wave, fully licence frequency millimeter wave and unlicensed frequency millimeter wave.

On the basis of application, the global millimeter wave technology market can be segmented into telecommunication, healthcare, military, aerospace & defence, automotive & transportation, consumer electronics and others. In mobile & telecommunication application segment, there is great opportunity for millimeter wave technology. In automotive & transportation application segment, this technology can be used in drivers’ assistant system and the technology can accelerate the commercialization of unmanned vehicles. Additionally. The millimeter wave technology has significant value in healthcare application segment, where it can be used in scanning and imaging devices. On the basis of frequency band, the global millimeter wave technology can be segmented into 8 GHz to 57 GHz band frequency, 58 GHz to 86 GHz band frequency and 87 GHz to 300 GHz band frequency.

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Millimeter Wave Technology Market: Region wise outlook
On the basis of region, the global millimeter wave technology market can be segmented into seven regions which include – North America, Latin America, Asia-Pacific excluding Japan (APEJ), Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa (MEA) and Japan. Further the market is sub-segmented as per the major countries of each region in order to provide better regional analysis of millimeter wave technology market. Out of all these region, North America is expected to dominate the global millimeter wave technology market. U.S is expected to witness a double digit CAGR growth due to rising applications of millimeter wave technology in mobile & telecommunication industry

Millimeter Wave Technology Market: Key Players
Prominent players in the global millimeter wave technology market are Bridge wave Communications, Inc., Key sight Technologies Inc., Key sight Technologies, Siklu Communication Ltd, MI-Wave Inc., Millitech Inc. among others. Key market players are focusing on launch of new products in order to be competitive in the market. For instance, In October 2015, Bridge wave Communications, Inc. launched wireless backhaul millimeter wave system with highest capacity. Millimeter wave technology is able to fulfil the increasing demand of cost efficient high speed data connectivity due to which original equipment manufacturers of consumer electronics are excited in adopting the technology to enhance the proficiencies of existing applications.

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