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İngilizce - Türkçe

Teknolojik yenilikler sayesinde, fabrikanın maksimum üretimi iki katına çıktı. - Thanks to technological innovations, maximum outputs of the factory have doubled.

Bir sürü yenilik yaptık. - We've made a lot of innovations.

{i} buluş
{i} değişiklik
{i} yeni metot/alet, yeni şey
(Ticaret) innovasyon
(Ticaret) inovasyon
(Ticaret) muhdesat
yeni metot veya alet
değişiklik yapma
Yeni ve farklı fikirlerin yada uygulamaların ortaya atılması
yeni şey
yenilik getirme
yeni usul
(Ticaret) teknolojik gelişme
yeni metod
(Hukuk) icat
innovation relay centers
yenilik bilgi merkezi
yenilik yap
{f} yenilik getirmek
yenilik yapmak
değişiklik yapmak

Teknolojik yenilikler sayesinde, fabrikanın maksimum üretimi iki katına çıktı. - Thanks to technological innovations, maximum outputs of the factory have doubled.

22. yüzyılda, birçok teknolojik yenilikleri sunulacak. - In the 22nd century, many technological innovations will be introduced.

{f} yenilik çıkarmak, değişiklik yapmak
major innovation
(Ticaret) büyük yenilik
minor innovation
(Ticaret) ikinci derecede yenilik
unwelcome innovation
eski köye yeni adet
İngilizce - İngilizce
The act of innovating; the introduction of something new, in customs, rites, etc
A change effected by innovating; a change in customs; something new, and contrary to established customs, manners, or rites
A newly formed shoot, or the annually produced addition to the stems of many mosses
Innovation is the whole process from: invention, development, pilot production, marketing, production Invention is just invention ( Innovation = creative idea + implementation )
Often used as an alternative to "inventions" and is used to cover both technological advances in production processes as well as the introduction of different attributes and combinations in marketable products In the latter context, innovation is a source of product differentiation and is used by producers to create demand and enhance market share (Pearce, 1996) (Also see Diffusion)
the act of starting something for the first time; introducing something new; "she looked forward to her initiation as an adult"; "the foundation of a new scientific society"; "he regards the fork as a modern introduction"
The generation and exploitation of new ideas The process moves products and services, human and capital resources, markets and production processes beyond their current boundaries and capabilities
The result of an intellectual initiative which seeks to approach any facet of a statement of requirement, specification or contractual obligation in a new way
Introduction of a new idea into the marketplace in the form of a new product or service, or an improvement in organization or process
Innovation is creating something that others want Intrapreneurship "Intra" means within, thus intrapreneurship means planting the spirit of entrepreneurship within an organization Invention Inventions are things made for the first time Market The market is the place where buyers (demanders) meet sellers (suppliers) to determine how much of something will be sold at what price Opportunity Opportunities occur when: People discover they have a problem of some kind that can be helped with a product or service; or when, People decide they have certain needs or wants they wish to satisfy
The practical translation of ideas into new or improved products, services, processes, systems or social interactions
the development of new products, services, etc
An innovation is a new thing or a new method of doing something. The vegetarian burger was an innovation which was rapidly exported to Britain
The act of innovating; introduction of something new, in customs, rites, etc
n (IC) The act of creatively beginning or introducing something new
A new idea, method or device The act of creating a new product or process The act includes invention as well as the work required to bring an idea or concept into final form See: Attractive, Cost-Effective, Sundberg-Ferar Mission Statement, Competitive Advantage
- The introduction of a new product, material, or device into use
{i} introduction of something new; change, new method or practice
The R&D and Commercial parts of an organization face a common dilemma when deciding the shape and focus of future product portfolios: Given the apparent success of me- too style blockbusters, what is the right level of innovation in a pipeline, and how much innovation should we fund? In my talk I will discuss how building and maintaining an innovation focus in R&D is critical to the long term success of the pharmaceutical industry I will outline how we are building a high value Discovery organization by focusing on innovation in science, targets, technologies and business strategy In addition I will outline how a closer relationship between Discovery and Commercial organizations is becoming increasingly important for successful innovation "Creating Value Through Innovation", Dr Frank S Walsh, Wyeth Research Intelligent Drug Discovery & Development, May 28- 30, 2003 Philadelphia PA
The process of adopting a new thing, idea, or behavior pattern into a culture   "An innovation is an idea, practice, or object that is perceived as new by an individual or other unit of adoption (Rogers, 1995: 11)   Innovation ... occurs when a new idea is adopted or rejected (See Invention ) So invention and innovation are two different processes, although both deal with a new idea " (p 135)  It is an instrument or tool   The "carrying out of new combinations, such as the introduction of a new good, the introduction of a new method of production, the opening of a new market, the opening of a new source of supply, or the reorganization of any industry..."  (Schumpeter, 1934: 66)
A new idea, method, or device The act of creating a new product or process The act includes invention as well as the work required to bring an idea or concept into final form
applications of new knowledge in a way that creates new products or significantly changes old ones (chapter 9)
An improvement of an existing technological product, system, or method of doing something
a primary focus of KM given that innovation, or the ability to craft often radically new solutions/products, is often viewed as one of the sole sustaining competitive advantages of the modern firm View records related to this term
Innovation is the introduction of new ideas, methods, or things. We must promote originality and encourage innovation. In technology, an improvement to something already existing. Distinguishing an element of novelty in an invention remains a concern of patent (Hukuk) The Renaissance was a period of unusual innovation: Leonardo da Vinci produced ingenious designs for submarines, airplanes, and helicopters and drawings of elaborate trains of gears and of the patterns of flow in liquids. Technology provided science with instruments that greatly enhanced its powers, such as Galileo's telescope. New sciences have also contributed to technology, as in the theoretical preparation for the invention of the steam engine. In the 20th century, innovations in semiconductor technology increased the performance and decreased the cost of electronic materials and devices by a factor of a million, an achievement unparalleled in the history of any technology
The act of conceiving and implementing a new way of achieving a result and/or performing work Innovation doesn't have to be expensive or complicated It is the mechanism by which a business positions and differentiates itself in the mind of the consumer
A new idea, method or device One of the most overused nouns in the business vocabulary today (With all of this innovation going on, why aren't more people satisfied with their logistics operations?) We are counting the days until we hear the buzzword "re-innovation "
the creation of something in the mind
innovation is the process by which new products or new methods of production are introduced, including all the steps from the inventor's idea to bringing the new item to market
When a new or changed product or service is introduced to the market, or when a new or changed process is used in a commercial situation
is an evolutionary process of increasing the capability to apply a technology, applying in new contexts, expanding the capability of a technology aor improving the capability of a product
The process of introducing new elements into a culture through either discovery or invention (See 57)
a creation (a new device or process) resulting from study and experimentation
An intentional change to a chain letter May be a modification, addition or deletion Often one judged to have a significant positive effect on propagation
To alter, to change into something new

But the most frequent maladies are such as proceed from themselves, as first when religion and God's service is neglected, innovated or altered .

To introduce something new to a particular environment; to do something new
necessity is the mother of innovation
Alternative form of necessity is the mother of invention
to introduce or strive to introduce new things
{n} an introduction of novelty, change
To innovate means to introduce changes and new ideas in the way something is done or made. his constant desire to innovate and experiment. to start to use new ideas, methods, or inventions (past participle of innovare, from novus )
To do something for the first time
To introduce novelties or changes; sometimes with in or on
To change or alter by introducing something new; to remodel; to revolutionize
To introduce something new to a particular environment
bring something new to an environment; "A new word processor was introduced"
To bring in as new; to introduce as a novelty; as, to innovate a word or an act
{f} make changes, bring in something new
being or producing something like nothing done or experienced or created before; "stylistically innovative works"; "innovative members of the artistic community"; "a mind so innovational, so original"
plural of innovation
improvements made to a product or idea that has already been invented that cause it to be something new
A sequence of unanticipated shocks, or disturbances The GARCH Toolbox uses innovations and residuals interchangeably