Language Mode, Split: Innovation process models where content knowledge is separated from process knowledge and played out in separate roles. The lead facilitator/navigator is in a process expert role, not content (subject matter) role. Most applied creativity process models assume Split Language Mode. Process Type, Script: A type of innovation process model that prescribes a sequence of detailed actions or behaviors, often with the caveat that nonlinearity is intended. Process Type, Script/Zone: A type of innovation process model that combines Script and Zone characteristics. Process Type, Zone: A type of innovation process model that provides a outline scaffold or framework, inside which many action options are possible, often without any behavior prescribed. Open Innovation: A concept in use in the applied creativity community since the 1950s. â€œOpenâ€? has always been and remains an approach to innovation that encompasses not only deliberate inclusion of internal and external participants but also of right & left brain value systems as well as consideration of toolsets and process models. Are tools closed (copyrighted) or open (not copyrighted)? These considerations have always been part of open innovation considerations and are thus reflected in this book.
Humantific for OPEN Innovation Consortium
Innovation Methods Mapping