The end of disruption

  1. Innovations are merely successfully scaled inventions
  2. Innovation doesn’t necessarily require radical change
  3. Radical innovation demands “choreography” across an organization in order to be effective
  4. Improvement is sometimes better, and more appropriate, than innovation
  • Reversing paralysis using a mind-controlled exoskeleton suit
  • Keeping the brain alive after death with synthetic blood
  • Inventing new ways to treat the previously untreatable via gene-silencing drugs that kill the genes responsible for causing diseases

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