Future of innovation – a travel in time Impulses for innovation in the year 2030


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Many companies and political actors regard innovation or the ability to innovate as an essential competitive advantage. In the Fraunhofer Group for Innovation Research, we have used a structured foresight process to consider what innovation will look like in 2030. As a starting point for the dialogue on the future of innovation and as an aid for companies, policy makers and scientific organisations, we have developed five theses, which are presented in a short time travel in the video.

A common understanding is helpful as a basis for the dialogue on the future of innovation:
The Fraunhofer Group for Innovation Research understands innovation in a way that includes technical, organizational and social innovations. An innovation is in this sense the successful
implementation of an idea, where implementing an innovative idea can take the form of new technologies, products, services, business models or integrated solutions in markets, in
organizations or in society. Innovation systems are conceived as a combination of all actors and all factors that drive innovation throughout its life cycle.

Free download of the brochure “Understanding change – shaping the future. Impulses for the future of innovatin”: https://s.fhg.de/innovation2030-en
Website Fraunhofer Group for Innovation Research: https://www.innovationsforschung.fraunhofer.de/en.html
Website Fraunhofer IAO: https://www.iao.fraunhofer.de/lang-en/

For further information about our prototype we refer to the publications of Bill Watterson under the keyword time machine... Future of innovation – a travel in time Impulses for innovation in the year 2030
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