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The Innovation Pyramid is a tool to develop a shared language, shared understanding and shared action around innovation. ...

The Innovation Pyramid is a tool to develop a shared language, shared understanding and shared action around innovation.

It is both a strategy tool and a fun process to challenge the organization to dream bigger, drive change and make innovation happen.

Along with ‘’visual thinking facilitation’’, it helps companies innovate how they innovate.

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Developed by Christian Rangen and Elisabeth Ovstebo during 2011, the framework is increasingly being used for innovation training, innovation strategy seminars and strategic innovation workshops.
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The first book is forthcoming in 2012.
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The work is is licensed under a  Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

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    • TheInnovation- pyramid
    • The Innovation Pyramid• …is a tool to develop a shared language, shared understanding and shared action around innovation.• …is both a strategy tool and a fun process to challenge the organization to dream bigger, drive change and make innovation happen.• … along with ‘’visual thinking facilitation’’, helps companies innovate how they innovate.
    • Nine levels of innovation
    • 1.Design and marketing
    • 1. Produkt
    • 2.Products
    • 3. Services
    • 4. Markets, customer and channels
    • 5. Technology
    • 6. Processes
    • 7. Management
    • 8. Business model
    • 9.Industry
    • Easier... Moredemanding Incremental Radical Never been done before. Small, logical steps.
    • Rangen, Christian og Øvstebø, Elisabeth (2012) Working paper. BI –Norwegian Business SchoolThe Innovation Pyramidby Rangen, Christian and Ovstebo, Elisabethis licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
    • ReferencesModel structure and contentAfuah, Allan (2003) Innovation Management, pg. 13 - 46Andersen, Michael Moesgaard (2010) Return on Strategy: how to achieve itAnthony, Scott D., et.al (2008) Innovators Guide to Growth: Putting Disruptive Innovation to WorkDesign workshop (2011a) Action research workshop. Stavanger, NorwayDesign workshop (2011b) Action research workshop, Stavanger, NorwayHamel, Gary (2007) The Future of ManagementMarkides, Constantinos (2008) Game-Changing Strategies: How to Create New Market Space in Established Industries by Breaking the RulesSkarzynski, Peter and Gibson, Rowan (2008) Innovation to the Core: A Blueprint for Transforming the Way Your Company InnovatesTidd, Joe and John Bessant (2009)Managing Innovation: Integrating Technological, Market and Organizational ChangeVisual thinking designAllee, Verna (2002) The Future of Knowledge: Increasing Prosperity through Value NetworksDuarte, Nancy (2008) slide:ology: The Art and Science of Creating Great PresentationsDuarte, Nancy (2010) Resonate: Present Visual Stories that Transform AudiencesOsterwalder, Alexander and Pigneur, Yves (2010) Business Model Generation: A Handbook for Visionaries, Game Changers, and ChallengersRoam, Dan (2008) The Back of the Napkin: Solving Problems and Selling Ideas with PictureSibbet, David (2010) Visual Meetings: How Graphics, Sticky Notes and Idea Mapping Can Transform Group Productivity.Sveiby, Karl-Erik (2002) K-MAP – Knowledge Management Activity Planning ToolkitFor further information, please seehttp://engageinnovate.wordpress.com