Jefferson's Ferry, which includes The Bove Center, a 60-bed skilled nursing center with 20 beds allocated for dementia and Alzheimer's residents in Suffolk County, New York, exemplifies this innovation
In such an environment, innovation
is increasingly critical.
So why has the Ministry of Research and Innovation
been giving the North only a quarter of what is spent in the south?
Taking a closer look at our area of interest, the automotive industry accounted for 18% of the total R & D spend represented by the Global Innovation
1000, making auto the third-largest-spending industry out of the ten broad sectors in the study, after Computing & Electronics (1), and Health (2).
There is a simple, important principle at the core of the disruptive innovation
theory: companies innovate faster than customers' lives change.
Open source software, based on collaborative innovation
among developers around the world, is gaining significant marketplace momentum.
To be selected for a NOVA Award, an innovation
must be a proven success with a positive, important effect on construction or service.
may be rejected if the conditions are not right.
In addition, Solid Innovation
clients will find it is reliable and safe, measuring up to the same high standard found in all Solid Innovation
Now, though, with the dot-com dust cleared, a more cautious concept of innovation
As is explained in Seeing What's Next, sustaining innovations
"are improvements to existing products on dimensions historically valued by customers.
The challenge we face here is to foster what I call a 'Culture of Innovation
, time-to-market, information access and flow, and communication are all speeding up to `just-in-time' business.
The cancer market is highly dynamic, creating a new age of discovery and innovation
driven by molecular biology, oncogenomics and new methods in cell biology.
is a vast subject, filled with mystery, as I've discovered in deep dives at Corning, FedEx, IBM and Medtronic over the years.