CHARTING THE FUTURE OF INNOVATION SCIENCE
Business Science – Strategy, Business Planning, Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Human Resources and other disciplines traditionally taught in business schools throughout the world.
Basic Sciences – Engineering, Chemistry, Physics, Medicine, Research, Statistics and other disciplines traditionally considered to be focused on naturally occurring phenomenon.
Social Science – Design, Human Usability, Color, Ethnography, Architecture, Music, Art and other disciplines traditionally associated with improving the esthetic and quality of life.
Accordingly, Innovation Science defines the best innovations as those that consider two, or preferably three of the components of innovation. Innovations that are purely contained within one sphere may still be considered innovation, but the ideal innovation combines strong basic science, a great business plan and obvious attention to design, beauty and a contribution to improving the human condition.