There’s growing realization that value-added technology innovation stalls. How did ancients invent/innovate?
New York Times started its own Google-Labs-style innovation-driving initiative called beta620. A response to stalling news industry?
Recently, Google’s CFO acknowledged that every single day 15% of the queries Google handles are completely new/never seen before.
Also, many modern financial tools (cheques, stock-certificates, bills-of-exchange) have ancient roots.
Even Roman dictator’s post was an innovative response to demands/aspirations of the time, namely overcoming inter-fighting of magistrates. List of Roman inventions are must serve as examples for modern leaders aspiring to innovate.
Isn’t it time for 21st-century value-based innovations?