Friday, August 08, 2003

INDUSTRYWEEK COLUMN -- Viewpoint -- Connect To Innovate This short, but interesting piece by John Teresko observes that many great innovators invented very little - but instead were able to make connections between ideas that are not so obviously associated with each other - such as Henry Ford using inspiration from the process used in the disassembly of carcasses in Chicago's meatpacking factories to come up with the assembly line concept used in the automotive industry. Interesting article with some fun examples

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