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Five criteria for picking winning industrial / manufacturing technologies
5 criteria for picking winning industrial technologies Continue reading
Posted in Business, Disruption, Innovation, Theory Tagged 3D Printers, 3D Printing, additive manufacturing, Fast, Framework, Innovation, Rubric, Selection, Speed, technology Comments Off on Five criteria for picking winning industrial / manufacturing technologies
New or Better?
When new technologies arise there is a real desire to create a Disruptive Product(TM), to focus on the new and to avoid simply making a better version of the current market leader. Don’t fall into that trap. It is almost … Continue reading
Posted in Disruption, Innovation, Marketing, Uncategorized Tagged 3D Printing, Disruption, Innovation, leadership, Management, Marketing, Materials Science, Sales, Strategy, Tech Forecasting, Technical sales, technology Comments Off on New or Better?
Startups or Big Co?
Born between May 20 and June 20 – the astrological sign of Gemini, defined by the duality of the twins Castor and Pollux, lurks around every corner. While at UVA for undergraduate studies – this was captured in two different … Continue reading
Posted in Disruption, History, Industry, Methods, Theory Tagged 3D Printing, additive manufacturing, Entrepreneurship, Gemini, Startups Comments Off on Startups or Big Co?
Peak Printer and Newspaper as a Historical Accident
Market research firm Photizo Group provided a recent CompuWorld article on the current state of consumer printers with the graph on the right which shows that 2010 is expected to be ‘Peak Printer’ with just over 16 million global units … Continue reading
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3D Printing: Chasm Crossing Applications
I’m a skeptic on 3D printing. In talking with a good friend a few weeks ago, the challenge was made, “Okay, I get it that you’re a skeptic. If you were managing that business, what would you do?” Challenge accepted … Continue reading
Posted in Business, Disruption, Industry, Innovation, Materials Science Tagged 3D Printing, bauble, Crossing the Chasm, custom jewelry, Geoffrey Moore, Medical Manufacturing, Moore, Orbital Manufacturing, tchotchke, toy Comments Off on 3D Printing: Chasm Crossing Applications
3D Printing: Not Past the Hype Until 2025
Tech News Today host Tom Merritt brought up the outlook for 3D printing in their year end Forecast Show – the technology continued go get a lot of press in 2012 and Mr. Merritt’s outlook for 2013 was optimistic but … Continue reading
Posted in Business, Disruption, Industry, Innovation, Invention, Materials Science Tagged 3D Printing, Gartner Hype Cycle, Hype, Industry, Manufacturing, Microsoft, Production, technology Comments Off on 3D Printing: Not Past the Hype Until 2025
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