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Wayne Mallinson

17 December 2017

English

Wayne Mallinson

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Novation Now (Pty) Ltd

South Africa

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Adaptation

Advocacy

Africa

Alternative technology

Appropriate technology

Breaking New Ground

Building construction

Building design

Built environment

Construction

Development policy

Economic sectors

Economics and development

Education

Educational institutions

Engineering and technology

Environmental impact

Industrialisation

Industrialization

Industry 4.0

Innovative building technologies

Innovative building technology

Local materials

Markets

Moderate cost housing

Quality of life

Research

Social cohesion

Social development

South Africa

Standard of living

Sustainable development

Technology and innovation

Technology transfer

Value

Value capture

Value creation

Design Thinking and or Systematic Innovation Composite

Design thinking is a popular innovation approach to complex problem solving, especially where people and communities are involved.  Systematic innovation is a systematic approach to solving technical (process, product, material, systems) problems but has of late been extended to include leadership, management, business and social problems.

The composite approach extends the solution domain for effective innovation and would help gain more and better successes in the country, its economy and its living standards. The article  may actually read across all industries and keywords as innovation is in essence creating or improving better things or situations.

 

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