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  • Lucky Dice

    Trends in Innovation Leaders: Greater Risk and Big Bets

    March 14, 2017 | By: | In: Reports, Trend Alert

    The latest Innovation Leaders research shows that there is an increasing number of high-growth companies that are prepared to take greater risk and make big bets. Rather than focus just on incremental growth, they are being bolder and are seeking to develop more radical innovation opportunities. Despite requiring significant investment and offering no guarantee of success this approach has been transformational for some. Where and why is this happening and what has changed that has made this approach more common?

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    Using Design Thinking to make your employees ready for the Internet-of-Things

    February 16, 2017 | By: | In: Strategies

    Recent advances in technology put Internet-of-things (IoT)-innovation on top of the management agenda across industries. It is predicted to increase economic value by $11.1 trillion in 2025 (McKinsey 2015). The Service Science Factory and Noventum collaborated on this article to present a state-of-the art view on the Internet of Things and how to implement this vision within organizations.

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    Leaders Look for Symbolism

    February 15, 2017 | By: | In: Organization & Culture, Videos

    Meg Whitman, president and CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, recalls how HP’s turnaround back in 2011 began with a return to the company’s founding corporate values and business objectives. She also discusses how leaders can take advantage of certain opportunities to carry out actions that can convey a symbolic message throughout an organization and get people’s attention.

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    Disruption Planning 2- Creating Options and Pathways

    December 6, 2016 | By: | In: In-depth Articles, Strategies

    In this in-depth article Haydn Shaughnessy discusses why traditional ROI decision making is becoming irrelevant and how options planning is a key element of competitiveness. In these uncertain times firms need to recognise and analyse their options thoroughly in order to be ready for inevitable change.

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    7 Steps to Platform Transformation – Part I

    November 28, 2016 | By: | In: Life Cycle Processes, Strategies

    Too many notes, Mozart was once told. Too many ideas, we might say today. The culture of innovation is awash with idea generation and its sidekick, fail-fast fail cheap innovation. Worse, we need a culture of transformation not just innovation. Accenture recently reported that 81% of executives they interviewed see platforms as central to their strategy over the next three years.

  • why-tech-hasnt-transformed-healthcare

    Why Tech Hasn’t Transformed Healthcare

    November 23, 2016 | By: | In: Videos

    Med-tech entrepreneur Michael Ackermann cites the various reasons why healthcare has yet to be disrupted by technology akin to how Amazon, Netflix and other companies have transformed their respective industries. Now vice president of neurostimulation at Allergan, Ackermann lists healthcare’s diverse and complex array of consumers, industry regulations, ethical and legal privacy concerns, and the fact that medical science moves at a much slower pace than software development.

  • imagination-starts-with-engagement

    Imagination Starts with Engagement

    October 5, 2016 | By: | In: Videos

    Stanford Professor of the Practice Tina Seelig explains how imagination requires active engagement, which reveals opportunities to envision what might be different. Imagination is the first stage of a four-step process that Seelig details for bringing ideas to life.

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    Discover New Possibilities with Reverse Innovation

    July 2, 2010 | By: | In: Enabling Factors, Strategies

    Before the radical shifts in technology disrupt the industry fabric, there exists a great potential to appropriate value from the market through incremental product and business model innovations. The less intense the competition, less matured the market – larger is the potential. The emerging markets of the world the BRICs (where s could stand for the plurality as well as South Africa), have long been projected as the markets to invest in.

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    New Opportunities with Metovation

    May 3, 2010 | By: | In: Column & Opinion

    The indulgent reader of my columns has already met the concepts of mesovation and exovation, and now I’m going to introduce yet another neologism: metovation. Meto- in metovation stems from the prefix meta- where I for easier pronunciation exchanged o for a. Meta is of Greek language origin and stands for the next higher level of abstraction.

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