Creative Destruction Theory

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Zephyrs of creative destruction: understanding the management of innovation in construction. The study uses creative destruction theory of Schumpeter in the study of Winch (1998) it says that innovation is a process that underlies through time, it is not like destructing one thing and fixed it into new one in a quick moment of time. Creative destruction shows a two-moment model of creation processes at the firm level as a framework determining the problem in construction innovation. The distinctive project means that innovation comprises both an adoption/implementation and a problem solving/learning. The theory is useful for the conversion of land to ponds, the longtime process to made it gives a meaning for the version of the theory that compose of arable land to create a new aquaculture one. Farmlands that are destructed by floods and other factors of the environment make it more meaningful especially for agricultural production. “More gain in a loss game or new game for a less gain?” this is…show more content…
Characteristics of Fishponds
In order to determine the characteristics of fishpond in Hagonoy, Bulacan, several factors were considered as follows: (1) land area; (2) year of operation; and source of water.
Fishpond is a body of water either natural or artificial that contains aquatic animals for fish breeding and for livelihood.
Land area. Land is the greatest important factor for the production. Fishponds are built on land either digging or mounding soil around. Soil must be tested for the capacity of retaining water inside to fish culture (Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, 1994). As Carillo, Hagonoy, Bulacan have a wide range of land, it is a good spot for building ponds however this barangay is usually inundated by the sea water so it is not like what the literature want to pursue. The land is appropriate for cultivating fish on that

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