Being able to bash up something in the shed to solve a pressing problem is "admirable", says business analyst Rod Oram "but it's not commercial. Draw in one wire at a time and as many as required; after which bind on the stays of No.
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Chief among these are the so called "tall poppy syndrome" and our constant undervaluing of intellectual assets. He sent his prototype to England to have a die made in order to mass-produce it, but did not take out a patent on it.
Reason 2: Garden shed innovations aren't usually commercial, scalable or replicable Making do, getting by and even flying by the seat of our pants was essential in colonial days when spare parts and services were far away.
When a business is created there are many issues which may arise, whether they are obvious or not, the initiative and ingenuity of the New Zealand culture gives an advantage to the local businesses in finding these issues and solving them before they cause the business too much damage.
The usefulness of this mentality has very little limits, as shown by Butler, a single individual, who aided an international giant, potentially saving them millions if not billions of dollars in research and repair.