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FCW : July 15, 2014
July 15, 2014 FCW.COM 21 R&D Rapid prototyping Investment and early acquisition (only if you're In-Q-Tel) Partner collaboration Clean-sheet design Constraint-based innovation (the government default) Design-driven thinking Open innovation (Innovation networks, Challenge.gov) There are seven approaches to breakthrough innovation that can be combined with traditional R&D. Some are more practical for agencies than others: Innovation -- even in a bureaucracy! Innovation is possible in large organizations. As Rob Shelton, Pricewater- houseCoopers global lead for innovation strategy, explained at a June 12 ACT-IAC/FCW workshop, PwC research has shown that success depends on picking the right models for your organization: 1 De ne the business strategy and how the business plans to grow 2 Develop an innovation strategy that de nes how innovation will help achieve the business goals 3 Con gure the most appropriate innovation operating model to execute this innovation strategy 4 Execute this innovation operating model to achieve the targeted business bene ts How it works
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