By Jon A. Fredrickson, VP, Chief Innovation Officer
Everyone can understand the effects of having inclement weather ruin their day. They also know the feeling of having a local TV station’s meteorologist steer them wrong on a weather prediction. This is because predicting weather patterns is an incredibly nuanced and tricky business. For farmers and water reclamation specialists, predicting precipitation is all the more important. That’s why the Bureau of Reclamation reached out to InnoCentive. They were looking for a better method of predicting temperatures and precipitation rates in both short and long-term forecasts.
Harnessing the power of innovation is the key for every company and organization. R&D Teams who are more innovative will more quickly overcome challenges and find new ways to solve their organization’s challenges. Being innovative is more than having the education necessary in your field, it’s about forming the right habits that increase the number of innovative ideas that come to mind. These are some of the most common habits exhibited by innovative people.
Topics: Innovation Insights