Nagraj Shetty sur Twitter : "#Innovation is the market introduction of a technical...not just its invention #tech #CIO. Innovation process that may work for IT — Creative Destruction of IT. An IT organisation can take enough cues from the landscape map to not only enable the company innovate but also do so themselves.
Most important one is to reverberate the good old adage, more relevant now than it has ever been perhaps, IT must know it’s business strategy — not “align”, not “adopt”, not “adapt”, but be it and/or contribute. This is to say that when strategic choices are made, the technology play in the value proposition and revenue stream boxes of business model is central. Let’s consider a simple and less* fancy example: an industry ombudsman, wherein the business strategy is to reduce friction in making a claim and improve case management efficiency. This will impact the operating income, so critical for public funded organisations. The innovation strategy cannot hold true without leveraging technology; that be digitisation of process or digital claimant experience or both.
Creating Innovation Cultures in Companies: CEOs, People and Collaboration Tools. This article shares two strategies that are proving most effective for CEOs that aim to make their companies more innovative: developing a creative culture (people’s behaviors) and applying new processes and technologies.
The summary of The 2012 Conference Board CEO Challenge reveals that the top two concerns for CEOs are innovation and human capital, while the top two CEO strategies to cope with them are creating a culture of innovation and applying new technologies (product, process, information, etc.).¹ Today’s market expectations, competitive pressures and pace of change make the CEOs look at innovation as “the” solution.
CEOs tend to do it however in an episodic manner, without discipline and without clear expectations on return. Executives would like to move boldly with big and discontinuous choices rather than with incremental innovations, but they miss clear strategies, structures and procedures. Brant Cooper: “experimentar es la forma más eficiente de abordar la incertidumbre” Brant Cooper ayuda a las organizaciones en sus procesos de Innovación, es un recocido ponente internacional y también mentor de startups.
Brant es coautor del bestseller The Lean Entrepreneur -prologado por Eric Ries- , en el cual nos lleva a preguntarnos si nos vemos a nosotros mismos como visionarios. Su anterior obra, The Entrepreneur´s Guide to Customer Development (EGCD), es una referencia en el mundo del lean-startup, desglosando de una forma sencilla el proceso de Desarrollo de Clientes desarrollado por Steve Blank. :: ¿Qué es para ti un emprendedor lean?. Disruptive Innovation Methodology: K³.P.I.
How does the disruptive machine work?
In this article Alex Chenevier offers a consolidated view of his previous publication, (before introducing his disruptive innovation methodology) by recording his research itinerary and extracting three intertwined progresses (the knowledge space, the path dependency and knowledge fusion), ultimately surfacing a unified model. The scientific equation of K³ey Performance Indicator℠ is perhaps the first definite, quantifiable and measurable model, and therefore applicable in business terms. Disruptive innovation, with envy and fascination According to 2013 Deloitte’s Shift Index, a half a century ago the average life expectancy of a Fortune 500 company was 75 years and today it is less than 15 years. It’s heading towards 5 years if “nothing is done.” Today’s organization’s strategic crafting is paired unsatisfactorily. Ultimately, unsubstantiated articles are bringing more injustice to the shoulders of the world.
Knowledge space Internal, path dependency. Open Innovation for Small Companies. Open innovation may seem to be the preserve of big business.
After all, it is often associated with long established monstrosities like Proctor and Gamble and IBM. But it is an approach that can be used by all companies, especially start-ups and small businesses, explains Jeffrey Baumgartner. Open innovation may seem to be the preserve of big business. After all, it is often associated with long established monstrosities like Proctor and Gamble and IBM. But it is an approach that can be used by all companies, especially start-ups and small businesses. As you doubtless know, open innovation is the action of involving in your innovation process people from outside your company. Initial considerations Before you get started on your open innovation actions, you need to consider a number of issues that will help you determine the best approach as well as prevent you from making disastrous mistakes. How much are you willing to share?
Intellectual property Rewards Actions Suggestion websites Don’t. Designing with Customer Journey Mapping. Test Your Value Proposition: Supercharge Lean Startup and CustDev Principles. In my last post I described a new business tool, the Value Proposition Designer Canvas.
In this post I outline how you can use the tool to not only design Value Propositions, but also to test them. You’ll learn how you can supercharge the already powerful Lean Startup and Customer Development principles to design, test, and build stuff that customers really want. The Value Proposition Designer Canvas (VP Designer Canvas) allows you to zoom into the details of your Value Proposition and the Customer Segments you target.
You can use it as a poster (cf image below) to design better Value Propositions with sticky notes.