Month: August 2018

Innovative Thinking – Look Elsewhere – Blog 007

Look Elsewhere   The first collapsible baby carriage was invented by an inventor named Owen Maclaren.  Maclaren was inspired by the system designed for folding undercarriages for Spitfire planes in World War II. Innovator James Dyson was inspired by a cyclone vacuum system used to suck up sawdust in sawmills.  Dyson went on to design the …

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Innovative Thinking – Family Tree – Blog 006

Henry Ford’s Assembly Line Family Tree   Looking at Ford’s use of the assembly line with an “organic” perspective shows us it’s family tree.  Ford’s need to solve his manufacturing problem of assembly was already solved in potato farming.  It took an open mind, an uninterrupted environment, and “luck Lightning” to strike Henry that day …

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