In detecting repeatable patterns in technology innovation dynamics, researchers have come up with a set of concepts, terminologies, and theories. Innovation practitioners, managers, investors, and also policymakers, often, get bewildered with the number and complexity of this set of knowledge components. Moreover, they develop disparate understanding, often seem to be in conflict.
The Unified Theory of Innovation not only establishes compatibility among these disparate frameworks but most importantly, establishes linkages forming elegantly integrated parts of a single unified whole. Innovation stakeholders who learn this “Unified Theory” and how to use it, will help their companies and clients better to leverage of and cope up with unfolding technology innovation dynamics.