What can the TV drama House teach us about how to accelerate innovation?
If you’ve ever watched the TV drama House, then you’re familiar with how Hugh Laurie’s loveable rogue Dr Gregory House approaches complex medical issues and solves them in unexpected, highly innovative ways. Rather than looking through the lens of textbook medicine that focuses solely on past medical history and symptoms, Laurie investigates external factors that seem irrelevant or abstract. It’s these seemingly disparate details that lead Laurie to successful diagnosis — and ultimately the ability to save his patients’ lives.
In the same vein, this is how Connected Innovation Intelligence (CII) approaches innovation to help professionals accelerate the innovation process. Rather than looking at surface data alone, CII takes users beyond patents and uses tools such as AI-powered technology to comb through millions of global data points, segment them by industry and relevance, and connect them together in a way that makes sense.
We’d like to invite you to channel your inner Dr Gregory, and join us for our latest Innovation Academy course, Connected Innovation Intelligence: Beyond Patents.
In this interactive online course, you’ll learn how to:
- Connect disparate data
- Improve team collaboration
- Extract meaningful insights
- Fool-proof your innovations strategy
- Identify opportunities, mitigate risks, and more!
Register today and start learning now! Let us help you accelerate your innovation journey.
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