Just some thoughts on terminology rather than technology
There is a great opportunity to once and fall clear up confusion about:
Innovation, innovating and innovators
Innovation – a proven new ‘thing’ that revolutionises, improves value or changes for the better the ways things are done – the emphasis is on the ‘proven’ which may be only in the locality in which it was developed
Innovating – methods of doing something different which have face validity (appear to look good) but may not have proven their worth
Innovators – people who do innovating stuff and sometimes produce an innovation
This is VERY different from implementation which is a challenge in its own right.
An innovating new technology maybe proposed by an innovator and yet it might not be an innovation
An innovation may be brilliant in its location of validation but is only seen as innovating elsewhere because it is difficult to replicate.
So for example a website that promotes innovation must be more than simply a collection of innovators promoting innovating technologies. What we want are innovations which can be implemented elsewhere