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HOW  TO  USE  THE  AIDEO  PRINCIPLE

The AIDEO principle is a fundamental approach to systematic innovation development.
What you see on the right hand side is a simple 3x3 Matrix of 9 innovation fields covers all the innovation activities.
The AIDEO principle is based on the assessment of several hundred innovation projects. There are two major applications.

 

AIDEO is a short form for
Assessment, Identification, Development, Expansion, Organization.
These five blue innovation fields are used to create innovative solutions.
The other dark grey fields are needed for marketing and production.

 

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The original purpose of the AIDEO principle is to measure and describe the innovation power of people.

Thus we defined 9 fields of innovation activity which always show up and have to be covered by the innovation teams.

To know who is performing best for which task is important for companies searching for innovative leaders, managers and sales professionals.

 

The industrial and social application of the AIDEO principle shows how to organize innovation projects. Innovation development should start with the assessment (A) and then it should be continued with identification (I). Identification is different from idea creation.
That's why simple brainstorming is not the best way to develop innovative solutions.

Efficient innovation needs development of exactly the required elements and devices. That's why we have to identify the right ideas first.
After development we would need years to discover that there are much more expansive applications. At least in case of success it will expand and reach unexpected areas of replication.
Thus we create a time loop to the future in order to expand and check replication power in advance. After doing so we have to organize everything right in a bionic understanding of organization.

 

The AIDEO principle was developed by Johannes Landgraf. Since 2010 Dr. Landgraf is CEO of LINGROUP GmbH.

Lingroup is a small but one of the really powerful innovation service providers. Lingroup works for companies and organizations which want to create improved solutions.

The work spectrum of Lingroup  covers the eight core competences of innovation: technology, trouble shooting, organization, idea creation, marketing, strategy, protection and productivity. This is pretty much associated with the AIDEO principle. You will understand as soon as we have time for a short explanation.

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