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8 Types of Innovation in Business: A Comprehensive Guide


Razors have undergone incremental innovations over time Source: The Hustle Incremental innovations may not make headlines, but they’re the steady pulses that keep businesses competitive and responsive to market demands. Marketing Innovation Another type of innovation in business is marketing innovation.

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Building Capacity for Breakthrough Innovation


They represent a radical departure from existing products, services, or processes, paving the way for new markets, industries, and value networks. It contrasts sharply with incremental innovation, which refers to minor improvements or upgrades to existing offerings. Radical innovation is full of surprises.


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How to Reboot Your Innovation System

Cris Beswick

However, the latest Boston Consulting Group report on Innovation Strategy & Delivery highlights the shocking reality that only 3% of companies are innovation-ready, yet 83% rank innovation as a top #3 priority. This is a shocking delta and what I refer to as an innovation growth gap!

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Key Issues in Innovation Management – Revisited – Part 1

Tim Kastelle

Reinvention through business model innovation. Accelerating dynamics and pace of disruption in most industries, in particular triggered by the perfusion of new technologies, lead to decreasing life times of existing business models. We can see that experimentation comes in different flavors, depending on the innovation context.

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What is innovation, and how can it benefit your company?


An improvement of the existing offer, usually made possible by new technologies; ? Incremental innovation: additional development and/or optimization of existing products, services, or models. Radical innovation: implementing completely new ideas into products, services, or business models. Product innovation.

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The Case for Dual Innovation

Tim Kastelle

The first time I was advocating the idea of a dual innovation approach, here also referred to as organizational ambidexterity, is now more than 5 years ago. Two-thirds of all breakthrough innovators stated that all innovation and product development is controlled and driven by a centralized organization, at least in its initial stages.

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Balancing Innovation via Organizational Ambidexterity – Part 3

Integrative Innovation

As Geoffrey Moore [2] has pointed out, breakthrough innovations need to “cross the chasm” between the initial customers and the majority of the market. Actively managing the market introduction therefore increases significantly the likelihood of success for radical innovations. More and more, Enterprise 2.0/Social