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Throughout this course, you will learn about different examples of innovation and efforts by organizations to create a culture that encourages innovations

Assignment Details:

In response to your peers, address the following about their examples of innovation and creativity:

· How will they incorporate their innovative ideas into an environment of constant change?

· How does constant change affect an organization’s ability to innovate?

PEER ONE:

· Have you ever developed or helped develop a creative or innovative idea for a company, team, or yourself? For example, you may have conceptualized a new product, app, or game. If so, how did it go? What did you learn from that experience?

· Share some examples of innovation and creativity in organizations you know.

I cannot say that I have developed or helped develop a creative or innovative idea for a company, team, or myself just yet. I do however have many ideas that can be very influential as a whole for writers. It would be more of a voice control for any device. I don't want to go into details about it because I have not gotten a patent for it. I do however feel that this will reduce the time spent for writers and also it would change the game for typing as well.  

Toyota is a company that I continue to keep up with because I am a fan of their vehicles. I love what they are doing to evolve their batteries for their vehicles so that they can have them completely powered electric to reduce the use of gasoline vehicles. This will be very beneficial to the environment as a whole. 

PEER TWO:

· Have you ever developed or helped develop a creative or innovative idea for a company, team, or yourself? For example, you may have conceptualized a new product, app, or game. If so, how did it go? What did you learn from that experience?

· Share some examples of innovation and creativity in organizations you know.

In my position of Director of Business Management, I had direct oversight of the Research and Development division of our company, and while I did not come up with any "light bulb" ideas, I am very familiar with the process of (a) determining if a new product, service, or method is viable, the financial, business, sales, and marketing efforts required to bring an idea from concept to prototype and then presenting it to target audiences for beta testing. What I can state without reservation is that any new idea, once formulated, requires team(s) to see it to fruition. 

I have been closely following the automaker Tesla as their products continue to make their mark on the automotive landscape. The innovations which are standard in their vehicles, autonomous driving, IoT, and enhanced navigation are truly amazing. They devote a large percentage of their profits into R and D and they are setting the standard for "smart car" technology that will lead us into the future.