The Report Includes:
- An overview of disruptive inventions, and description of technologies that might disrupt certain fields in the near future
- Coverage of some great disruptive inventions till date and their propelling factors
- Information on popular marketing sentiments such as unicorns, and a look at the geographical strengths that favor innovation in specific sectors
A rose by any other name might certainly smell as sweet, but people often misuse the word “innovation” when they primarily mean “change,” and the same is true in the case of “improvement” and “disruption.” This report provides an overview of disruptive inventions, explains what qualifies as a disruptive invention, and describes a few technologies that might disrupt certain fields going forward. The report also looks at some great disruptive inventions over the years and the factors that have worked to propel them forward.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Beginners Guide to Disruption: Aligning Inventions with Markets
- Has Anyone Heard of Disruptive Innovation?
- Has Anyone Really Thought About What a Really Disruptive Innovation Is?
- Sectoral Examples of Disruption
- Can Looking at IP Align Future Disruptive Innovation and Markets?
- Does Being a Unicorn Mean that You are a Disruptive Innovation Organization?
- Information Sources
- Analyst's Credentials
- Related Reports
List of Figures
Figure 1: Clayton Christenson and The Innovator’s Dilemma
Figure 2: A Visual History of IM and Online Tools
Figure 3: Milestones in the History of IM and Online Tools
Figure 4: The Story of Airbnb
Figure 5: Growth of Patent Applications Worldwide
Figure 6: Growth of Patent Grants Worldwide
Figure 7: Patent Applications, by Income Group
Figure 8: Patent Grants, by Income Group
Figure 9: Drivers for Geographical Innovation
Figure 10: 2019 Unicorn Start-ups
Figure 11: Inflation adjusted trends in R&D Efficiency