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KTMA Vision 

1. KTMA:VISION & INNOVATION Innovation RULES holy grail. 
Too often good ideas die a premature death. How do innovators do that anyway! 

2. KTMA "INNOVATOR " KNOW THE CUSTOMER ! 
HOW TO RECOGNIZE YOU HAVE A TECHNICAL PROBLEM THAT CRIES FOR A SOLUTION ? BUT YOU DON’T SUCCEED YOURSELF! AND YOU WANT ADVICE WHIT THAT.

3. WHERE FROM GET KTMA ITS IDEAS?
A good idea is no light in the head that suddenly turns on. Getting ideas and creating opportunities is a skill.  

4. INTERESTED  
deas are like radio waves they are everywhere, but if you do not tune in, you can’t hear them. Therefore always be curious and open. And very important: always keep thinking that the next idea is the best. 

5. DIVERSIFIED 
Make sure your network is not one-sided, try to act as much as possible out of your comfort zone. Managers are always idea-athletes ? Good athletes continue to practice, every day trying to get better. In many ways. Like: what would you do in this case? Or by "suspending disbelief '. What if he or she is right? 

7. AGILE 
Set yourself up for discussion every conviction , be nimble in your brain. For example, always try to look for metaphors to depict ideas. And never put ideas on the shelf, but share them , so they can grow . As Edison said, to get a good idea, you must first get a lot of ideas. And that's not a question of talent, but of commitment.  

8. FISHERMAN 
A good idea never comes into your head as the famous light that suddenly turns on. Ideas come up with is just hard work and structured, why now a comparison with fishermen. " Of fishermen I've learned a few things: " In the first place is that : Look close rather than far away. Throw you too far off your rod , you miss the fish swimming close to your boat. So it is with ideas. By thinking of something that is very far away from your daily routine, you neglect the more obvious ideas, which, however, may be at least as good.”

9. CATCH AND RELEASE 
he next lesson is: . "Catch and Release If you catch an idea , throw it out again , make it loose. An idea on the shelf does not add value . Ensure that the idea can grow, make sure that somebody else can pick up the idea and it can bring on. " Studies show that ideas come up with is a skill!  

10. INNOVATION RULES OF THE BEST
Innovation is a holy grail. Too often good ideas die a premature death. How do successful innovators that? KTMA " INNOVATOR " KNOW THE CUSTOMER The truly innovative companies have not buried under market research, spreadsheets with answers given by customer panels or other second and / or aggregated information. They pull himself out and talk to real people who are their real customers. They all provide a constantly kept feeling for the customer. They know it . And put them in full on the test phase introduces the forefront of their customers with their product. Lobbying INVENTORS Secondly shows the call for creativity sometimes a form of "front stage creativity " because it is not accompanied with the provision of means or routes . Where ideas are taken seriously and funds become available, arise political processes for the distribution of that money. This is called a creative political process. Inventions or Inova Ties do not seem obvious to be a derivative of knowledge, but originated in an arena of negotiation, lobbying , networking and knowledge development.

11. LEARNING CURVE : THE TRAGEDY OF INNOVATION
Top of some companies often call it innovation , but follows its own priorities and often seems less interested in ideas in the workplace. A common explanation is that creativity authority would undermine But this is nothing proven science investigation during officially . Too little vision of the "real" long term is a bigger problem than we realize. It is often the desire and pressure for quick profits to share in a short period . Example of how politics sometimes , Profiling four years until the next election . Because politicians must remain in view. Perform something big so they are re-elected. But four years is not a long term. The "real" positive effects are visible after a longer period!.

12. WHAT IS AN INNOVATOR
An innovator is a company or a person who brings about innovations and advice on the assembly line . Similarly KTMA , Indispensable so if you want to boost your business continuously. Do not have one yourself, Rent one. Serial innovators can be for companies a kind of temporary workers, Who devise a series of innovations , and also perform . The last distinguishes them immediately of the "fixed" Gyro Gearloose in a company ; especially those who invent things , but not placing their invention from the lab on the market. A real serial innovator like KTMA know the whole process of complete discovery through to delivery , successfully. 

13. MY WAY OR THE HIGHWAY
You recognize serial innovators on the trail of innovations that they leave behind. "Put all your good innovations in a row and search who was involved then you recognize them automatically. Big chance that always one or two people were the driving force. " The profile ' wilder ideas than average, which does not run along the beaten track of the innovation process, with a huge drive and belief in his or her invention and leadership qualities . " Another feature : they are sometimes called ' troublemakers '. " It usually people with a little different behavior ; they are demanding. They themselves are having a vision alike KTMA, Which are difficult to bring off.

14. KTMA TIPS & TRICKS

DO'S: 

  • Provide space for a conversation with: " For people within the company who also are the eyes and ears of the company." Short lines.
  • Ensure that other inventors with brilliant ideas will get simple and direct access . "Serial innovators do not want to be in splendid isolation, they want to be fed and get feedback.”
  • Put someone monitored alongside the process. "It sometimes eccentric , but not quite unworldly again . It's good to have someone to put next with reality , that the internal and permanent innovator there occasionally may indicate if he or she is going too fast!  


DONT'S: 
  • Not weary them with paperwork such as filling out Excel files , spreadsheets, invoices , submitting lunch receipts and tracking timesheets . These are matters in which ordinary workers already leaking energy , let alone serial innovators have the patience for that.
  • Let them do not lead, but take the lead ! Usually want innovators especially working on the product and not engage in management like tasks within your company.

  • MOST COMPANIES SWITCH BACK TO THE daily frustrations . HOW TO FIND IT? WITHOUT less important : HOW THEY ARE RESOLVED.  
  • I BELIEVE IN SERENDIPITY , FINDING SOMETHING SUDDEN AND USE BASS , WHILE YOU ARE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING ELSE . IN OTHER WORDS : HOW DOES THE CHANCE HELPS US!
  • ALSO IS MY THOUGHT : HIS FAILURES ARE"ALWAYS" VALUABLE. 

With regards, Ton Kerkhoff



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