Simple but effective: I’ve tried to combine the excellent framework of 10 Types of Innovation (Keeley et al, 2013) with the highly successful framework of the Business Model Canvas (Osterwalder, Pigneur et al, 2008). I wasn’t the first one to come up with this idea, some others have plotted the 10 types on the BMC before, such as Huw Griffiths on Medium or Heather McQuaid on Slideshare.Read more
Business Model Generator
The use of Open Innovation is to a large extent related to the rise of technology. Not only does technology smoothen Open Innovation, also the adaption of new technologies to the core business (model) can be accelerated by participating in Open Innovation networks. In fact, when talking to businesses the questions that they have do almost never directly include the use of Open Innovation as a goal. It’s assumed a logical and necessary step to take when dealing with actual problems. Simply said, many innovation questions that companies have follow the simple pattern: ‘How can we [change something] in order to improve our [business model construct] in line with [trending topic]?’. These are as such practical, design-oriented questions, not about why [something] happens, or what is the effect of [something] but about how to change to adapt to that [something].Read more
A 5-Dimensional Model for Managing Innovation through Organizational Change
I’m in the lucky position to run into quite a few business owners, corporate directors and leaders on a daily occasion. And when talking to them about innovation – and their ambitions – it almost always comes down to one simple question: “How can we implement innovation in our organization?”. A question which seems easy to ask, but needs a complicated answer.Read more
Using Games to create Business Model Innovation
Gudiksen concludes with the statement that there are three reasons for using games in business model innovation:
- Games can be a beneficial way of combining various interests.
- Games challenge assumptions.
- Games create surprises that might eventually lead to innovation.
- Games offer the freedom to improvise, suggest, play and test alternative and future business model scenarios.
Please take a look at the Innovation Management Game if you’re interested in business model game.
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Business Model Innovation: Ten Lessons from Nonprofits
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