The Life Cycle Of An Idea: From Concept to Implementation

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Idea to Implementation

"No Matter What People Tell You, Words And Ideas Can Change The World." – Robin Williams

Ideas are responsible for the progression and prosperity of humans – without them, we would still be living in prehistoric times. No idea is too small, and all sorts of ideas have the potential to change the world as we know it for the better. From starting a new life, choosing a career, or buying new equipment, these are all the end result of the ideas that strike in our mind.

Read below to understand the importance of idea:

The importance of ideas

Employees are encouraged to spend 1/5 of their work hours go after new and personally interesting products. Much like Google's now-famous 20% rule, this time share was assigned for employees to discover and explore new projects, come up with new ideas, and try innovative tools and techniques. Read more.

 

Ideas to implement

 

Idea life cycle

Ideation has become the de facto way of collaborating internally, externally, and across geographical locations. Ideation is quickly becoming an integral part of how companies solve problems and surface new opportunities. But when you have an idea, do you stop, satisfied with the beauty of the thought alone, acknowledging that it's likely all downhill from this point forward? Or do you harness the energy of the moment to activate your idea into something real, a work of art, a product or service – a real innovation that can change other people's lives for the better?

The Life Cycle of Ideas: It's true to say that just about everyone has had a level up the idea at least once. Breaking down the lifecycle of an idea may look complicated, but once you begin analysing the matter, recognizable patterns quickly become evident. While some lifecycles may pass through multiple iterations, here are just a few levels that can apply to execute any type of idea. Read more.

Read below and know the lifecycle of an idea:

The idea of the product lifecycle

10 steps from idea to implementation

5 steps to go from idea to implementation

3 steps to go from innovation to implementation

 

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About the Author: Amrita Sinha

Amrita is in the field of media. She has a deep inclination towards writing and public speaking. She has the aim of removing the stereotypical mindset of society. She loves to read, and photography is her passion.

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