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Connecting innovating value comes from Ecosystem thinking

Paul Hobcraft

We are witnessing a very radical change, driven by technology, increasingly disrupting and breaking down past traditional boundaries, partly built to defend positions so as to achieve economic scale. These are: The constant exponential of technology and its power to change is forcing up to change.

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Business Model Innovation Basics Series - Part 1: What is a Business Model?

The BMI Lab Blog

Business Models in the context of Innovation A common way to differentiate innovations is the categorization according to two generic characteristics: 1. The object of innovation 2. A business model innovation is defined as the conscious change of at least two dimensions of the introduced “Magic Triangle”.

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Creative Construction – Book review

The Inovo Group

Every now and then a book on innovation is published that deserves to be put on the innovator’s bookshelf along with other seminal writings about innovation. Disruptive Innovation – Requires a new business model but not a technological breakthrough. Now the real work begins. [1]

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Innovation cannot expand without the 4th Industrial Revolution

Paul Hobcraft

To do this, technology adoption and diffusion across the ecosystem needs to improve dramatically. There also continues today that industry disruption is increasing, by those spotting both opportunity and weakness in present market players. Innovation is one powerful catalyst ripe for leveraging in this 4th Industrial Revolution.

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The New Innovation Need: Organizing within a Networks of Collaborators

Paul Hobcraft

We need to transform, be disrupted or certainly re-imagine and this is where knowing your ecosystem comes in. Our existing organization needs to envisage a changing world full of disruption that calls for radical change. Technology offers them the transforming means but can they, as leaders, take their people with them?

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What do we expect from Innovation? Mostly disappointment

Paul Hobcraft

When they are constantly scanning reports on the “state of innovation” it can often lull them, to give some that warm glow, others quickly being dismissive, disregarding many of the key messages as “not applicable to me”. Then disruption suddenly hits. Customers and employees are driving innovation.

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The New Innovation Need: Organizing within a Networks of Collaborators

Paul Hobcraft

We need to transform, be disrupted or certainly re-imagine and this is where knowing your ecosystem comes in. Our existing organization needs to envisage a changing world full of disruption that calls for radical change. Technology offers them the transforming means but can they, as leaders, take their people with them?