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[Quote No.25733] Need Area: Work > Make
"The proof of the pudding is in the eating." - Miguel de Cervantes
From his play 'Don Quixote' (ch. XXIV)
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"The Stone Age did not end because we ran out of stone. [but because something better was invented.]" - Sheikh Yamani

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"When you innovate, you've got to be prepared for everyone telling you you're nuts. [until you succeed at which point they will tell you how lucky you are!]" - Larry Ellison

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"I never perfected an invention that I did not think about in terms of the service it might give others… I find out what the world needs, then I proceed to invent." - Thomas Edison
inventor and scientist
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"The lash may force men to physical labor, it cannot force them to spiritual creativity." - Sholem Asch

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"The great menace to the life of an industry is industrial self-complacency. [Therefore the importance of self-renewing innovation and continual improvement.]" - David Sarnoff

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"[Naeser's Law:] You can make it foolproof, but you can't make it damnfoolproof." - Naeser

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"When the product is right, you don't have to be a great marketer." - Lee Iacocca

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"Out of limitations, new forms emerge." - Georges Braque
(1882-1963), French Fauvist/Cubist Painter
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"My favorite buyer program is one called Eat What You Cook. [where the buyer develops a true understanding of the products they buy through using the products and regularly having to go out into the stores and experience facing the customers and selling the products.]" - Sam Walton
Founder of Wal-Mart, the chain of discount variety stores that in the 1990s became the world's largest retailer. Quoted in ‘Sam Walton: Made in America - My Story’
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"Form and function are a unity, two sides of one coin. In order to enhance function, appropriate form must exist or be created." - Ida P. Rolf

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"As you start building the product, don't assume that you know all the answers. Listen to the community and adapt. We had a lot of our own ideas about how [YouTube] would evolve." - Chad Hurley
Co-Founder of YouTube
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"Have faith and go forward." - Thomas Alva Edison
(1847-1931), American businessman and famous inventor of such things as the incandescent light bulb, the phonograph, and the motion picture projector.
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"The man with a new idea is a crank until the idea succeeds." - Mark Twain

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"Always remember that someone, somewhere, is making a product that will make your product obsolete. [so keep improving and never become complacent]" - George Doriot
Famous American venture capitalist, who nurtured start-up companies including the now massive Digital Equipment Corporation.
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"Take a little more time [and care] to do it right the first time and you will save the time required to do it over, your reputation and the aggrevation to all concerned." - Seymour@imagi-natives.com

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"Merchandise well bought is merchandise well [easily] sold." - An old business maxim

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"Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything." - Wyatt Earp

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"Lewis and Clark were lost most of the time. If your idea of exploration [which is the essence of research and development] is to always know where you are and to be inside your zone of competence, you don't do wild new shit. You have to be confused, upset, think you're stupid. If you're not willing to do that, you can't go outside the box." - Nathan Myhrvold
former head of Microsoft's Research and Development labs, who now runs Intellectual Ventures (IV for short), a Seattle-based skunkworks for discovering patentable new technologies.
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"Once an organization loses its spirit of pioneering and rests on its early work, its progress stops!" - Thomas J. Watson
(1874 - 1956), Former CEO of IBM -International Business Machines.
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"We get paid for bringing value to the market place." - Jim Rohn
Highly successful serial business entrepreneur, author and speaker.
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"At the root of creative destruction, according to Joseph Schumpeter (1883-1950 - economist), are entrepreneurs, some laboring as individuals and some as employees of forward-looking firms, but all possessing a spirit of innovation that drives economic growth forward by improving on and 'destroying' the old." - Timothy Lutts
Consultant with Cabot Wealth Advisory
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"[Warren] Buffett once told me there are three 'I's in every [product or service innovation] cycle. The 'innovator,' that's the first 'I.' After the innovator comes the 'imitator.' And after the imitator in the cycle comes the idiot. Which makes way for an innovator again." - Ted Forstmann
hedge fund manager, who is famous for predicting the junk-bond fiasco of the '80's.
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"Necessity is the mother of invention." - Proverb

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"Quality begins on the inside... and then works its way out." - Bob Moawad

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"The gem cannot be polished without friction, nor man [and what he innovates] perfected without trials." - Chinese Proverb

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"Authentic marketing is not the art of selling what you make but knowing what to make. It is the art of identifying and understanding customer needs and creating solutions that deliver satisfaction to the customers, profits to the producers and benefits for the stakeholders." - Philip Kotler
the S.C. Johnson & Son Professor of International Marketing at the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
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"It's no crime to want to compare yourself with your peers. It's part of the human condition and, in any case, it can teach you a lot about yourself. Trouble is, our evolved human nature makes us want to fit in with the group, to be like our peers. So, in practice, the competition we get often involves trying to match your competitors, to be as much like them as possible. Often, however, this isn't the best way to compete. Certainly, it doesn't offer the best deal for customers. Its goal is not to ensure they get the widest range of choice to meet their differing needs, but to ensure the rival firms are able to share the available profit between them equally. The classic example is Hotelling's Law, where the two ice-cream sellers end up back to back at the centre of the beach. There are myriad examples of firms striving to offer near-identical products, such as all the commercial TV channels showing movies at the same time on Sunday nights. Often, the mutual desire to ensure your rivals don't do better than you do - don't make you look a relative loser - ends up leaving money on the table. By failing to cover all the bases - to fill every niche - the industry fails to maximise sales and profits. (Another example is the way market economists' forecasts tend to cluster around the same point. Rather than trying to be the one guy who gets it right, they prefer to be wrong in the company of their peers.) [This is why trusting concensus earning estimates or going with the crowd is not as sensible as it intuitively seems. As the economist John Maynard Keynes wrote, 'Worldly wisdom teaches that it is better for reputation to fail conventionally than to succeed unconventionally.']... There's no principle of economics that says competitors have to be the same. One principle is that countries [etc] should pursue their comparative advantage, which will make them different to their trading partners. And the modern notion of pursuing competitive advantage involves searching for ways to be different from your competitors, as long as those differences give you an advantage over them." - Ross Gittins
Australian Financial journalist. Quote from the 'Sydney Morning Herald', August 11, 2008.
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"Make a technical contribution; innovate, don't emulate." - David Packer

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"To satisfy our customers' needs, we'll give them what they want, not what we want to give them." - Steve James

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"Make sure you test everything - your site, your products, your store - to make sure it works as it's meant to. Better yet, have a friend, your spouse, and your grandma test things out for you. Get them to report back on what works, what doesn't, what's missing, and what's superfluous. You'll end up with a better product/site/whatever - and your customers will have a much better experience. Which leads to trust... which leads to loyalty... which leads to more sales." - Suzanne Richardson
Managing Editor of the e-newsletter 'Early To Rise'
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"You now have to decide what 'image' you want for your brand. Image means personality. Products, like people, have personalities, and they can make or break them in the marketplace." - David Ogilvy
Famous advertising executive
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"Make a technical contribution; innovate, don't [just] emulate." - David Packer

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"It is, indeed, as true now as in the time of Newton, that the great ocean of truth lies undiscovered before us. I often wish that some President of the Royal Society, or of the British Association, would take for the theme of his annual address 'The things we do not know.' Who can say on the verge of what discoveries we are perhaps even now standing! It is extraordinary how slight a margin may stand for years between Man and some important improvement. Take the case of the electric light, for instance. It had been known for years that if a carbon rod be placed in an exhausted glass receiver, and a current of electricity be passed through it the carbon glowed with an intense light, but on the other hand it became so hot that the glass burst. The light, therefore, was useless, because the lamp burst as soon as it was lighted. Edison hit on the idea that if you made the carbon filament fine enough, you would get rid of the heat and yet have abundance of light. Edison's right to his patent has been contested on this very ground. It has been said that the mere introduction of so small a difference as the replacement of a thin rod by a fine filament was so slight an item that it could not be patented. The improvements by Swan, Lane Fox, and others, though so important as a whole, have been made step by step. Or take again the discovery of anaesthetics. At the beginning of the century Sir Humphrey discovered laughing gas, as it was then called. He found that it produced complete insensibility to pain and yet did not injure health. A tooth was actually taken out under its influence, and of course without suffering. These facts were known to our chemists, they were explained to the students in our great hospitals, and yet for half a century the obvious application occurred to no one. Operations continued to be performed as before, patients suffered the same horrible tortures, and yet the beneficent element was in our hands, its divine properties were known, but it never occurred to any one to make use of it. I may give one more illustration. Printing is generally said to have been discovered in the fifteenth century; and so it was for all practical purposes. But in fact printing was known long before. The Romans used stamps; on the monuments of Assyrian kings the name of the reigning monarch may be found duly printed. What then is the difference? One little, but all-important step. The real inventor of printing was the man into whose mind flashed the fruitful idea of having separate stamps for each letter, instead of for separate words. How slight seems the difference, and yet for 3000 years the thought occurred to no one. Who can tell what other discoveries [innovations and improvements], as simple and yet as far-reaching, lie at this very moment under our very eyes! Archimedes said that if you would give him room to stand on, he would move the earth. One truth leads to another; each discovery renders possible another, and, what is more, a higher [which is also true of all products and services]." - Sir John Lubbock
(1834 – 1913), English banker, member of Parliament, statesman, and naturalist. Quote from his book ‘The Pleasures of Life’ (2 vol., 1887–89).
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"You can't wait for inspiration. You have to go after it with a club." - Jack London

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"The best way to have a good idea is to have a lot of ideas." - Linus Pauling

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"To invent, you need a good imagination..." - Thomas Edison
Famous inventor.
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"The work praises the man." - Irish Proverb

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"[Innovation can be very important to continuous competitive success:] Successful companies [can sometimes] unlock opportunities by questioning their industries’ most sacred paradigms and throwing conventional wisdom out the window...[for example, revolutionary rather than evolutionary] Non-linear innovation often combines seemingly unrelated things to bring entirely new product and service alternatives to market. They are more difficult to develop but can create enormous competitive distance if successful... [Remember] If you build only what your customers ask for, your products and services are certain to be mediocre and cheap. As Henry Ford said, 'If I’d asked my customers what they wanted, they’d have said 'a faster horse'.' Don’t [just] focus effort on building what your customers say they want [but go deeper to what they want underneath what they say they want]... Build what they need but don’t know yet that they need it. This means confronting the real issues with your product, service or industry and then [setting up a creative team or hiring one]... to create brilliant and often unconventional solutions. If you must, hold focus groups to see what consumers think of your new products – not to find out what they think your new products should be... [Also try to think like and even be your own best competitor and] Aggressively pursue your own obsolescence... I know it sounds like suicide but bear with me for a minute. All business models have a lifespan yet very few businesses actually plan for their demise – for the day when what they sell or do is no longer necessary. Fewer still actually attempt to disrupt their own model. But here’s the thing... If you control the obsolescence of your own product or service model, you are by definition the one best positioned to own the new model – at least for a while. Blockbuster Video, for example, had a chance to eradicate the brick and mortar video distribution model on which the rental industry stood and in doing so, control the subscription model. But even after being approached by Netflix to explore a potential partnership in 2000, Blockbuster chose instead to defend its dying model of distribution. Like Blockbuster, the rest is history. [Think about the ay that softwae companies are continually working on and bringing out newer and better versions of their services. They don't sit still because their competitors aren't. Never forget that success is a continual creative proces...a journey and not a destination. If you think you have arrived then you are on your way out as you have lost the essential competitive, continuously-improving nature of true leadership and lasting success.]" - Doug Stephens
[http://retailprophet.com/blog/ ] July 6th, 2011.
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"Learning from mistakes and constantly improving products is a key in all successful companies. Listening to customers is a big part of that effort. You have to study what customers say about their problems with your products and stay tuned into what they want, extrapolating from leading-edge buyers to predict future requirements." - Bill Gates

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"Good design is good business. Design must reflect the practical and aesthetic in business but above all ... good design must primarily serve people." - Thomas J. Watson
IBM executive
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"There is a great satisfaction in building good tools [and other products] for other people to use [and enjoy]." - Freeman Dyson

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"We don’t want to push our ideas on to customers, we simply want to make what they want." - Laura Ashley

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"Necessity...is the mother of invention!" - Plato
(427 BC - 347 BC), Greek author and philosopher in Athens. Quote from his book, 'The Republic'.
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"If necessity is the mother of invention and discontent the father, then learning and imagination are the god-parents." - Seymour@imagi-natives.com

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"A few pennies can be made from one pound of iron, yet many thousands of watch-springs too, which are worth hundreds of thousands. [This is the way to think about value-adding and putting resources to their best uses.]" - Robert Schumann

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"[When thinking about value-adding and the best use of a commodity, remember this example:] A bar of iron costs $5, made into horseshoes it's worth is $12, made into needles it's worth is $3500, made into balance springs for watches, it's worth is $300,000." - Unknown

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"The world is moving so fast these days that the man who says it can't be done is generally interrupted by someone doing it." - Elbert Hubbard

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"There are no permanent changes because change itself is permanent. It behooves the industrialist to research and ...be vigilant. " - Ralph L. Woods

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"[Improvement doesn’t happen by itself.] Milk is the source of butter, but it won’t make any if we simply leave it to its own devices; we have to churn it. " - Matthieu Ricard
Initially a young researcher in cellular genetics at the French Institut Pasteur with Nobel Prize in Medicine winner, Francois Jacob, he has for the last 35 years been a Buddhist Monk, living and working on humanitarian projects in Tibet and Nepal. He has been dubbed the ‘happiest person in the world’ by the popular media. Quote from his best-selling book, ‘The Art of Happiness- A Guide to Developing Life’s Most Important Skill’.
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