Update: This post is almost 3 years old. I’ve since updated the Innovator’s Canvas from version 1 in this article to version 3. See my most recent canvas and post here. In this post I would like to share with you the single most powerful new business planning tool I have ever created and used. [...]
By far one of the most interesting books on innovation of the last few years is “Ten Types of Innovation: the discipline of building breakthroughs” by Keeley. At the time of publishing he was director of the firm Doblin, however the firm has recently been acquired by Deloite. The Ten Types of Innovation explain different forms of innovation, bundles in three categories. Because I believe this book should be present [&hellip
10 Types of Innovation: The Art of Discovering a Breakthrough Product by @VisualCap https://bit.ly/2BrVWoU #infographic #visualcapitalist #visual #research https://bit.ly/2Zvp3zI - #Innovation tweet by Andre Piazza twitter.com/apiazza
Uncertainty is the central characteristic of innovation. While generating new ideas and inventing new technologies is important, it is even more important for innovators to identify the unknowns that have to be true for their ideas and technologies to succeed in the market.
A Complete Guide to Innovation Management. Innovation is an omnibus of change agents. The basic objective of innovation is to introduce change to a process – a change that is favorable, attainable and lucrative. Innovation can be applied to any field – an idea, product or a service. #cleverism #business #completeguide #innovationmanagement #leadership.
Innovation is key for growth. Companies recognize this and they are doing their best to bring new products to market. R&D expense as a % of sales is up to 18% but the most recent studies reveal how difficult innovation is. Most new products fail either during development or once they reach the market. What can you do? The first step is to identify the reasons that products fail. Companies invest their time and resources in developing a lot of concepts without doing the upfront necessary…