Everyone wants to be innovative, to find the next big idea in their field. Innovation doesn’t strike like a lightning bolt out of the blue. It takes collaboration and a deliberate search process. In Stand Out, a book about finding your breakthrough idea and becoming known as an expert, author Dorie Clark recommends asking yourself the following questions:

  • What are others overlooking?
  • What are the assumptions underlying your field? Have they been questioned or
    tested? If so, how long ago–and have circumstances changed in the interim?
  • What questions do “newbies” in your field often ask that get shot down or dismissed?
  • Is there a way you could take their questions seriously? What would that look like?
  • What’s the conventional wisdom about how to do things “the right way” in your field?
  • What if it were actually the opposite? What would that look like?
  • What do most people in your field think would be impossible? Is it really? Or is it
    just difficult?
  • What research project or initiative would–if you successfully undertook it–change how
    your field operates?

This whitepaper explores how medical micro breakthrough designs are produced and how supplier and design roadblocks can be overcome without compromising the original design. By learning how to efficiently work with a molder to produce a breakthrough idea, medical OEMs can save valuable time in their supplier qualification process, decrease costs, increase speed to market, and improve functionality and quality of their micro medical device.

Click here to download the full whitepaper.

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