Innovations are like living things. They keep evolving through the addition of new features and enhancement of existing ones. This evolution is essential for increasing the perceived value and countering the competition. Ideas are the ingredients for fuelling this evolution. How to get them is an issue; both the number and quality matter. Passion for Perfection is at the core to empathize with users’ need of Getting jobs done and generating meaningful ideas by leveraging science and technology progression.
In the absence of passion for perfection, we not only run short of ideas, more alarmingly, we often pursue not so useful ideas. This passion for perfection appears to be a core cultural competence for the Japanese to succeed in the Innovation Economy.