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Has innovation changed over the last ten years?

Paul Hobcraft

Innovation ecosystems are networks of organizations and individuals that co-create value through innovation 2. From closed to open : Innovation used to be seen as a closed process, where organizations relied on their own resources and capabilities to innovate.

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Innovation needs the power of completing the 4th Industrial Revolution

Paul Hobcraft

We are facing greater disruption and an increasing innovation pace. The prospect of new innovation potential will eventually work through into the world of Industry 4.0 The collaborators are seeing the combined value and individual gain in this more open approach. We are caught up in a very revolutionary period.

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

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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. They have the most significant impact because new markets or customer needs may arise from this innovation; ?

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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. Platform business models tend to affect, oftentimes disrupt, multiple industries over time.

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Balancing Large and Small Firm Capabilities

Integrative Innovation

The corresponding integration of incremental and radical innovation can basically be achieved in different ways: Building ambidextrous and lean startup capabilities. Established organizations with larger size usually target at extending their core business by incementally innovating their existing business model.

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Moving towards a new innovation service model

Paul Hobcraft

We are suffering this ‘blurring effect’ as different, often novel business models in their solutions, are cutting across through past traditional borders, combining different value propositions that are totally disrupting and eradicating established positions, in record-breaking time and no one is immune to this ‘disruptive effect’.

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Co-innovation: the concept, its benefits, and why you need to embrace it

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However, businesses soon understood that innovation cannot take place in a vacuum and it requires different points of view, diverse skill sets, and collaboration. Open innovation replaces closed innovation to allow businesses to use both internal and external ideas to bring advancements in their technology.