What do innovations have in common with botany? – Exactly, both are about growth.
Growth can be separated in different phases:
At first, there is little measurable. You start with almost nothing, and even if this success multiplies, it remains almost nothing. – At this stage, it is counterproductive to set high standards for big results. Patience is needed.
This is followed by a phase of rapid growth. A new product continues to spread. In botany this is the phase from the first pair of leaves to the little tree.
Characterised by a strong dynamic, many things happen simultaneously. Initial transitional solutions need to be professionalised quickly. Ad hoc processes must become suitable for the mass market. And the new product must recoup all of that…
In this phase you need the first control system that shows what to do next for further progress.
In most cases, we need to invent the controlling process from scratch, with which one can make the success measurable and visible. Innovation control is pioneering work.
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