Generalists and Specialists – Key Ingredients for an Innovation Ecosystem

Generalists and Specialists – Key Ingredients for an Innovation Ecosystem Generalists and Specialists – Key Ingredients for an Innovation Ecosystem

January 9, 20201 min read

David Epstein describes in his book Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World, the relationship between specialists and generalists. Specialists being the masters of depth while generalists integrate across a range of options and diverse applications. The combination of the two leads to powerful potential for innovation.



InventionShare seeks to create a similar relationship between inventors and corporations. Leveraging inventions that have very broad applicability, InventionShare systematically researches across many industries searching for businesses that are poised to leap forward with a strategic technology injection.


One such technology is called Circuit Seed which redefines analog electronic design with a new paradigm that enables configurable analog in a scalable digital format. This technology dramatically lowers the cost, power, noise and temperature thresholds enabling breakthrough advances in a diversity of applications such as:  automotive radar, Lab-on-a-chip and many more.


By applying Epstein’s principles, InventionShare through its unique business model, is creating an innovation ecosystem spanning many industries through partnership and collaboration.


Introduction to Circuit Seed video


For more information, please contact:


Lesley Gent

Director Client Relations, InventionShare™

lgent@InventionShare.com

(613) 225-7236, Ext 131

Or visit our website at www.InventionShare.com


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