Category Archives: patents

The Innovation Blind Spot

In my experience the definition of the word “innovative” is extremely fluid, depending on the organization. For some, innovative means a small change to an existing product. To others its something new to the organization but not the market, like an iPad app which simply provides the companies services to mobile customers, even if their competitors already… Read More »

Is innovation experiencing death by patent?

Disagree, but an interesting take. Ideas need to be protected for the inventor as much as copyright works should be protected for writers and musicians. Patents have been popping up in the news quite a bit over the last few weeks. As the economy continues to stumble along, companies and investors are working even harder… Read More »