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Week 1 of Management of Innovation

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Week 1 of Management of Innovation 3620

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Management of Innovation
Prof. Kimball Bullington
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Anna Notetaker on Sunday January 31, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 3620 at Middle Tennessee State University taught by Prof. Kimball Bullington in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 21 views.


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Date Created: 01/31/16
Management of Innovation – Week 1  We watched the video on Ted Talk called “Do Schools Kill Creativity?” o If you are not prepared to be wrong, you cannot become original. o You grow out of creativity and into education. o Educational intelligence is diverse and interactive.  Management is a balance between managing and controlling.  We discussed what companies are innovative? We compiled a list in the class. o Google, Apple, Facebook, Space X, Sales Force, Tesla, Microsoft, IBM, Sony, Amazon, Boeing, Samsung, Yahoo, Virgin, T-Mobile, Ford, Audi, Toyota, GMC, Chevy, Nissan, BMW, GoPro, Intel, LL Bean, 3M, Scaled Composites. o Out of these, we discussed Google and Amazon the most. They both are two companies that had affected the classmates the most. For example, Google has created many apps like Google Translate as well as Google Glasses. Another example is that Amazon now has delivery services based on the area you are located in. One student in the class talked about how he picked out his ingredients he needed to make Buffalo Chicken Tacos. He said the delivery got to him a little over an hour later and he had dinner ready in an hour after that. He enjoyed it because this was during the snow day and he didn’t have to leave his house and it didn’t tempt him to buy more things like it would be like if we are in the store.


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