Discoveries and Inventions That Anyone Can Make 2.1.2 Listen to it carefully, then something will be given.
Listening to the great seniors directly or indirectly is a great learning experience as mentioned above. A lot of learning by ear is also possible by interacting with people of the same level.
Up to now, I have belonged to two different cross-industrial associations at the prefecture level and one cross-industrial exchange group at the city level.
Each group has 5 or 6 meetings a year irregularly to exchange information and to talk about problems and various issues with each other and to listen to each other.
Some groups have the purpose of making new things cross-industrially. They are making use of the members’ resources, skills, knowledge, information and others to create something in common. Judging from the number of cross-industry exchange groups and the number of successful new product development cases, manufacturing by cross-industry exchange groups is by no means easy.
Making things requires strong leadership and commitment. To do so, we must be prepared to take risks. The average of many opinions is mediocre. The responsibility by many people is often irresponsible.
The fact that you can hear opinions and ideas free of charge has the meaning and significance of cross-industrial exchanges. Some of them are irresponsible opinions or ideas, but some are quite unique and good as reference.
Ultimately, the best way to make things is to appreciate the opinions and ideas we receive, to select the opinions and ideas by one company and to take the risk and responsibility by one company. I will talk about this in a later section.