In the previous post, we spoke about how scientific thinking and the creation of knowledge is a core component of innovation. We broke down the scientific method into its essence, and walked through a practical business application of it. If you haven’t already, you can read that post here.
In this part, we’re going to take a deeper look into the different ways that business leaders can use scientific thinking for better business results and to increase innovation.
For cutting edge technologies such as quantum computing or nanomaterials, the need to create and discover knowledge represents the lifeblood of these ventures. In many ways, they aren’t business ventures, but scientific ventures. They are the individuals that are actively creating knowledge in this field.
Sascha Grumbach is managing partner of the venture builder Argopreneurs. He is an entrepreneur with comprehensive practical experience as a business consultant and project manager in innovation- and disruption projects.