Disruptive Innovation and Public Sector Organisations


 
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Disruptive Innovation and Public Sector Organisations
Alpin McGregor, freeelance, United Kingdom, Member
This model appears to describe the potential life cycle of a firm in market economies where profit maximisation is the goal. If public good is the goal as provided by public sector organisations then no need for innovation to be hoarded as no advantage in terms of overall public good. Not certain how to develop this argument. Must have bearing on actions of innovative firm too in market economy....Sign up
 

 
Strategic Options for Public Sector Organizations Against Desruptive Innovation of Technology
D P BABU, Strategy Consultant, India, Member
Disruptive innovation of technology can not be taken for granted to over public good based on human values. However, public sector firms can - instead...Sign up
 

 
Disruptive Innovation in Public Sector of Developing Countries
Bomo Albert-Oguara, Manager, Nigeria, Member
Nowhere is disruptive innovation more relevant than in the public sector of developing countries, in that it would enable them to leapfrog developm...Sign up
 

 
Disruptive Innovation and Public Good
Nilda Jelenic, Strategy Consultant, Argentina, Member
It seems a good tool for performance improvement. This is very necessary in the public sector. Especially in developing countries. To do more, better ...Sign up
 

 
Disruptive Innovation is Good Tool for Public Sector
Bomo Albert-Oguara, Manager, Nigeria, Member
Hi Babu, disruptive innovation is normative. It is meant to be adaptive for use in the public sector, the same goes
 

 
Disruptive Innovation and the Public Sector
Alpin McGregor, freeelance, United Kingdom, Member
Interesting set of comments to my initial query about disruptive innovation. My thoughts have moved on to a good that is - as far as I'm aware of - al...Sign up
 

 
Sustainability of Disruptive Innovation in Global Economy
D P BABU, Strategy Consultant, India, Member
Yes, "the rule of law" is obviously different from country to country having different political ideologies. One country may encourage for a breakthro...Sign up
 

 
Rule of Law
Kirk C. Heriot, Professor, United States, Member
In terms of the 'rule of law' one should probably consider how laws directly affect commerce. In the U.S. we generally respect property rights. This s...Sign up
 

 
Rule of Law
Bomo Albert-Oguara, Manager, Nigeria, Member
The rule of law remains constant. The legal framework for intellectual property rights seeks to reward hard work, spur and encourage research and d...Sign up
 

 
Rule of Law
Kirk C. Heriot, Professor, United States, Member
China does not do a good job enforcing intellectual property rights. WD-40 began selling their product in China recently. Their CEO, Garry Ridge, said...Sign up
 

 
 


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