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10 Vital Teachings on Innovation from Saul Kaplan

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Saul Kaplan is the founder and chief catalyst of the Business Innovation Factory (BIF), a real-world laboratory for exploring and testing new business models and social systems. BIF has attracted a …

Saul Kaplan is the founder and chief catalyst of the Business Innovation Factory (BIF), a real-world laboratory for exploring and testing new business models and social systems. BIF has attracted a global community of over 5,000 innovators and organizes the internationally renowned BIF Collaborative Innovation Summit. He's also a regular contributor to the Harvard Business Review, Fortune, and Bloomberg Businessweek.

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  • 1. we help you discover smarter ways to think, grow, and live. 10 Things we learned from Saul Kaplan’s
  • 2. This presentation consists of 10 highlights from the interview with Moe Abdou, founder & host of 33voices®.
  • 3. Saul Kaplan Saul Kaplan is the founder and chief catalyst of the Business Innovation Factory (BIF), a real-world laboratory for exploring and testing new busi- ness models and social systems. BIF has attracted a global community of over 5,000 innovators and organizes the internationally renowned BIF Col- laborative Innovation Summit. He’s also a regular contributor to the Har- vard Business Review, Fortune, and Bloomberg Businessweek. @skap5
  • 4. 1 What often gets in the way of innovation is not technology, it’s you. Change it by reinventing any stubborn system you have.
  • 5. 2 You’re not getting better if you’re not failing - failure is intentional iteration.
  • 6. 3 Innovation isn’t about some sexy new solution; it’s more about solving a problem in the real world in a different way.
  • 7. 4 The best way to innovate in your organization is to foster a community that’s passionate about doing transformational things.
  • 8. 5 You’ll learn the mostwhen you’re examining different industries and disciplines. live out on the edge
  • 9. 6 Expect to iterate at least 3-6 times before you’ll get your model right. Put it out, see if it works, tweak it, and scale it.
  • 10. 7 The most important innovations today start with reimagining your business models. Remember what Netflix did to Blockbuster?
  • 11. 8 It doesn’t matter what tool you use. Be able to tell the story behind your business model - How you create, deliver and capture value
  • 12. 9 Those who treat their end consumer today as an integral part of their value creation process, will always have an edge over their rivals.
  • 13. 10 The most important metrics to measure are:
  • 14. 10 The most important metrics to measure are: The time to get your idea to a working prototype and in the hands of your initial customers.
  • 15. 10 The most important metrics to measure are: The lessons you’ll learn from the marketplace
  • 16. 10 The most important metrics to measure are: Financial metrics should come after everything, on scaling and being repeatable.
  • 17. How do you imagine, prototype and test a new business model - especially when it might disrupt your current model? REALLY REFLECT
  • 18. Connect WITH US! Tell us what you think Chase@33voices.com

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