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IBM innovation model
IBM innovation model
IBM innovation model
IBM innovation model
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IBM innovation model
IBM innovation model
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Slideshow about the IBM's innovation model. I did this slide during my first year of Master's degree for courses about "Innovation and Entrepreneurship"

Slideshow about the IBM's innovation model. I did this slide during my first year of Master's degree for courses about "Innovation and Entrepreneurship"

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  • 1. IntroductionHeritage and failure 1 981: Charles Ranlett -> Business culture -> Limits of the model UniformsOpen innovation -> The choice of the change -> Facts Songs in the glory of IBMConclusion
  • 2. Introduction  Available skillsHeritage and failure  Own discoveries -> Business culture -> Limits of the  The first one on the market model  “Takers are winners”Open innovation -> The choice of the change  Intellectual property control -> Facts  From laboratories to marketConclusion  Lock of the standard PC
  • 3. Introduction 4 factors:Heritage and failure -> Business culture  Availability of researchers -> Limits of the model  Development of venture capitalOpen innovation -> The choice of  External options the change -> Facts  Removal of brakesConclusion
  • 4. Introduction  Exploration of new opportunitiesHeritage and failure  Microsoft-IBM: PC-DOS -> Business culture -> Limits of the  Pareto’ s law: model  20% patent = 80% incomeOpen innovation  Income additional thanks to the sleeping -> The choice of the change patents -> Facts  Economy of time and moneyConclusion
  • 5. IntroductionHeritage and failure -> Business Open innovation culture -> Limits of the modelOpen innovation -> The choice of the change -> FactsConclusion
  • 6. Introduction  October 2 000: Samuel PalmisanoHeritage and failure -> Business culture -> Limits of the  New business point of view model  New projectsOpen innovation -> The choice of the change  Restructure IBM -> Facts  Shift from pure technology to outsourcingConclusion
  • 7. Introduction  1 999: IBM supports LinuxHeritage and failure -> Business culture  2 001: 1 billion $ -> Limits of the  OS for servers modelOpen innovation  2 002: Stop developing its -> The choice of the change own OS -> Facts  2 005: 500 patentsConclusion
  • 8. Introduction First of a kind (FOAK)Heritage and failure -> Business culture  IBM researchers -> Limits of the model  ClientsOpen innovation -> The choice of  Test new technologies on real the change business problem -> Facts  Accelerate the delivery of innovativeConclusion technologies
  • 9. Introduction IBM JamsHeritage and failure -> Business culture -> Limits of the model  Online collaborative discussionsOpen innovation -> The choice of  Capture the pulse of the group the change -> Facts  Solicit specific ideasConclusion
  • 10. Introduction IBM JamsHeritage and failure -> Business culture -> Limits of the model “Jams have helped change our culture and the fundamental way we collaborate across our business.”Open innovation Sam Palmisano - 2009 -> The choice of the change -> Facts “In a world where innovation is global, multidisciplinary and open, you need to bring different minds and differentConclusion perspectives together to discover new solutions […]” www.collaborationjam.com
  • 11. IntroductionHeritage and failure  Spinning-off Lexmark (1 991) -> Business culture -> Limits of the model  DeveloperWorks (1 999)Open innovation  PwC-consulting (2 002) -> The choice of the change -> Facts  Sold its hard drive activityConclusion
  • 12. IntroductionHeritage and failure  From closed to open -> Business culture -> Limits of the model  Thousands of patents per yearsOpen innovation  Changed its core activity -> The choice of the change -> Facts  The most innovative companyConclusion

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