Systematized Innovation. Not easy. If Alvin Toffler's Future Shock hockey stick curve exists, then it requires seeing forward to future points farther along that geometric curve. Serendipity factors in to make it fuzzier and more difficult to know the farther out one looks in time. One way to try do it is somehow creating a kind of innovation Darwinism--a sort of corporate Galapagos Islands. Let the egos attack each other and see what bubbles up. It should create something that does very well, in that corporate Galapagos. Then the hope is, when that "life form" (idea), is transplanted out into the larger world, it survives and thrives. To a degree this happens at all corporations, it's just usually very slow or only in response to competitive forces. Another method of doing it is having vision. That's harder, and more interdisciplinary in nature. It's also how Google started. Right? Sergey and Larry went to every corporate and VC Galapagos. Each of those corporate pyramids had shaken out all the egos and each was convinced it had the "best". Yet none of them had vision, and all did the classic ego "yeah, but..." to Larry and Sergey, except the very last VC. I want to believe you are as visionary as their very last VC was. How can I reach you?