The analyses and stories told about Amundsen and Scott’s fascinating and epic race to the South Pole are numerous. In this article I will try to make sense of the race in relation to the lessons derived in view of companies entering the white space or aspiring to succeed with disruptive innovations.
The lessons begin from using the holistic innovation management framework the Innovation Radar (IR) published in MIT Sloan Management Review in 2006.
In the world of hyper-innovation every company needs to address the unknown. Idris Mootee of Idea Couture takes a look at white space mapping, a tool for overcoming your fears.
Believing that we are exiting the “dark ages of computing,” investor and entrepreneur John Lilly issues a challenge to technology entrepreneurs in this era of chaos: What will you create in the white space of opportunity that lies ahead?