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  • 1. Business Model Innovation Emmanuel Junio M110059
  • 2. Topics I. Business Model (BM) II. Business Model Innovation (BMI)
  • 3. Business Model Business Model describes the rationale of how an organization creates, delivers, and captures value (economic, social, cultural, or other forms of value). A set of interconnected activities and processes designed to deliver a proposition to the customers. Note: The process of business model construction is part of business strategy.
  • 4. BM Canvas Used to describe, challenge, design, and invent business models more systematically
  • 5. The BM canvas – a blank space HOW? WHAT? HOW MUCH? WHO?
  • 6. 9 Building Blocks of the BM Internal External Client segments Key activities Partner network Key resources Cost structure Design Value proposition Client relationships Distribution channels Revenue streams Insight
  • 7. BM Block - Who? Client segments Value proposition Client relationships Distribution channels Revenue streams
  • 8. BM Block – How? Key activities Partner network Key resources Cost structure Value proposition
  • 9. Business Model Framework Client segments Key activities Partner network Key resources Cost structure Value proposition Client relationships Distribution channels Revenue streams
  • 10. Customer Segments Describing who a company is offering a value to
  • 11. Value Propositions Describing a company’s offer
  • 12. Channels Describing how a company reaches its customers
  • 13. Customer Relationships Describing the relationships a company builds
  • 14. Revenue Streams Describing how a company makes money
  • 15. Key Resources Describing what capabilities are required
  • 16. Key Activities Describing what activities are required
  • 17. Key Partners The partners that leverage the business model
  • 18. Cost Structure Describing the cost of the business model
  • 19. BM Framework - Illustrated
  • 20. BM Canvas
  • 21. BM Canvas
  • 22. BM Canvas http://www.businessmodelgeneration.com/canvas
  • 23. BM Sample: Coca Cola
  • 24. BM Sample: Financial Times http://www.businessmodelgeneration.com/canvas
  • 25. BM Sample: Techno Cake
  • 26. BM Conclusion NO Business Model = No Business at all!
  • 27. Innovation Innovation (from Latin “Innovare”) is the application of better solutions that meet new requirements, inarticulated needs, or existing market needs. This is accomplished through more effective products, processes, services, technologies, or ideas that are readily available to markets, governments and society.
  • 28. Business Model Innovation
  • 29. Business Model Innovation The process of envisioning and successfully implementing new ways of doing anything that creates value for an enterprise and it’s customers.
  • 30. Business Model Innovation Have you ever wondered why hyper successful companies like Nokia or Kodak suddenly lose their edge?
  • 31. Business Model Innovation How can firms like Comodore computers, Nakamichi, Newsweek, or Polaroid possibly fail?
  • 32. Business Model Innovation Do they not have abundant R&D resources, top employees and profound knowledge of their markets?
  • 33. Business Model Innovation But, they had another thing in common, they all missed the moment when they should have left their successful path to rethink their business model.
  • 34. Business Model Innovation They missed out on radical innovation because they were too busy managing daily business and serving current clients
  • 35. Business Model Innovation ..instead of envisioning future opportunities
  • 36. Business Model Innovation In other words, today's success is the enemy of tomorrow's success.
  • 37. Business Model Innovation The innovation cycle spins faster than ever in nearly all industries
  • 38. Business Model Innovation Innovation either increases the customer value of a product or service
  • 39. Business Model Innovation ..or it lowers their cost
  • 40. Business Model Innovation .. and therefore creates a competitive advantage
  • 41. Business Model Innovation Apple for example creates a high perceived customer value with its innovative new products
  • 42. Business Model Innovation and Dell reduces its cost and working capital through build to order processes.
  • 43. Business Model Innovation Some misconceptions on innovation..
  • 44. Business Model Innovation 1. Innovation stems from an idea that nobody has had before
  • 45. Business Model Innovation 2. Big success requires big resources
  • 46. Business Model Innovation 3. Innovation breakthroughs are always based on fascinating technologies
  • 47. Business Model Innovation Luckily they are all wrong!
  • 48. Business Model Innovation 1. IBM did not invent the personal computer, Apple did not invent the MP3 technology, Amazon did not invent the online bookstore
  • 49. Business Model Innovation 2. Successful innovators learn and recombine, as the pioneers get eaten by the wolves
  • 50. Business Model Innovation Cisco had virtually non-existent R&D resources but out-innovated the largest research lab in the world, AT&T's Bell labs
  • 51. Business Model Innovation 14 out of 25 most innovative firms have innovated their business model, and not just their technology
  • 52. Business Model Innovation ..take firms such as google, amazon or eBay..
  • 53. Business Model Innovation .. great algorithms, Yes.
  • 54. Business Model Innovation But it is the business model, not just the technology that is responsible for their success
  • 55. Business Model Innovation So, what exactly is a business model innovation?
  • 56. Business Model Innovation A Business Model provides answers to 4 questions..
  • 57. Business Model Innovation 1. Who is your target customer?
  • 58. Business Model Innovation 2. What do you offer to the customer?
  • 59. Business Model Innovation 3. How do you create the value proposition?
  • 60. Business Model Innovation 4. And, how do you generate revenue?
  • 61. Business Model Innovation And a Business Model Innovation, changes at least 2 of these dimensions
  • 62. Business Model Innovation For the past 50 years, companies, BMI have revolutionized one or several industries.
  • 63. Business Model Innovation For Instance, IKEA has redefined how we buy furniture.
  • 64. Business Model Innovation Tomtom has transformed the navigation business.
  • 65. Business Model Innovation or Ebay has changed the world of trade
  • 66. Business Model Innovation ..yet only 10% of these BM innovations were novel and introduced NEW BM patterns
  • 67. Business Model Innovation .. the other 90%..
  • 68. Business Model Innovation ..merely adapted, refined or combined these patterns
  • 69. Business Model Innovation for instance, innovative companies often apply creative imitation
  • 70. Business Model Innovation they ask themselves, how can a BM innovation from another industry revolutionize our own industry?
  • 71. Business Model Innovation ..there are ~55 BM's that are responsible for all BM innovations..
  • 72. Business Model Innovation Examples are: • • • • • • Flat Rate Supermaket Rent instead of buy Experience Selling E-commerce Razor and Blade pattern
  • 73. Business Model Innovation “Razor and Blade” ..since 1904 Gillette has been giving away razors to next to nothing but selling its blades to exceedingly high prices..
  • 74. Business Model Innovation “Razor and Blade” .. Nespresso creatively imitated this pattern, selling cheap coffee machines and expensive coffee and revolutionized the coffee industry
  • 75. Business Model Innovation “Razor and Blade” .. and many other companies apply the razor and blade pattern too! • Apple's i-Tunes • Amazon's kindle or • HP's inkjet printers
  • 76. Business Model Innovation Now, what do you have to do to innovate your business model?
  • 77. Business Model Innovation I advise you to follow 4 steps: • • • • Initiation Ideation Integration Implementation
  • 78. Business Model Innovation 1. During initiation, you analyze your current BM
  • 79. Business Model Innovation Again, you ask the questions: • Who is your target customer? • What do you offer to the customer? • How do you create the value proposition? • And, how do you generate revenue?
  • 80. Business Model Innovation 2. During Ideation, you confront this BM with the 55 BM innovation patterns and develop new models
  • 81. Business Model Innovation how would Nespresso conduct your business?
  • 82. Business Model Innovation is there a match between your product and the experienced selling pattern?
  • 83. Business Model Innovation challenge your basic assumptions and the dominant logic of your industry..
  • 84. Business Model Innovation but don't try to re-invent the wheel, instead use analogies and learn from other industries
  • 85. Business Model Innovation 3. During Integration, you need to check the consistency of the BM
  • 86. Business Model Innovation ..this is important detail work, wherein you examine all 4 questions regarding Organizational Fit
  • 87. Business Model Innovation 4. Finally, during Implementation, it is time to awaken the beast! But be careful!
  • 88. Business Model Innovation In INNOVATIVE CYCLES: 1. You design a BM 2. Build a Pilot 3. Test the Pilot and return to the design phase
  • 89. Business Model Innovation It is important to not only gain Qualitative and Quantitative data
  • 90. Business Model Innovation ..to verify or falsify your assumptions about your new BM
  • 91. Business Model Innovation ..but also not to forget about the SOFT factors of innovation
  • 92. Business Model Innovation .. thanks to incorrect Management behavior
  • 93. Business Model Innovation .. and organizational resistance more than 70% of all change initiatives fail!
  • 94. Business Model Innovation Therefore, keep a few rules in mind!
  • 95. Business Model Innovation First, only implement 1 BM at a time
  • 96. Business Model Innovation Second, clearly communicate the BM and the need for change
  • 97. Business Model Innovation Third, don't over emphasize short term KPIs (innovation needs time)
  • 98. Business Model Innovation Fourth, get top management commitment. without their sponsorships BM innovation is doomed to fail
  • 99. Business Model Innovation Finally, overcome the NOT INVENTED here syndrome
  • 100. Business Model Innovation Let's wrap it up then!
  • 101. Business Model Innovation Innovation is the key factor..
  • 102. Business Model Innovation to defeat path dependency..
  • 103. Business Model Innovation and stay competitive in today's economy..
  • 104. Business Model Innovation yet, innovation is not necessarily about new technologies, excessive R&D, or about creating completely new ideas..
  • 105. Business Model Innovation most of the time, innovation is learning from others..
  • 106. Business Model Innovation or re-inventing your BM, not just your technology..
  • 107. Business Model Innovation this can be done in a structured process of..
  • 108. Business Model Innovation Initiation..
  • 109. Business Model Innovation Ideation..
  • 110. Business Model Innovation Integration..
  • 111. Business Model Innovation and Implementation..
  • 112. Business Model Innovation • • • • • you analyze your BM apply the 55 BM innovation patterns check for inconsistencies and start implementing carefully keeping in mind success factors and pitfalls
  • 113. Business Model Innovation Are you ready then to revolutionize your own industry?
  • 114. Business Model Innovation Try to creatively learn from the Giants who shoulders your standing on
  • 115. Business Model Innovation Think BIG, and think DIFFERENT!
  • 116. Business Model Innovation Steve Jobs did it, so why can't you!?
  • 117. References BusinessModelsInc.com BMI, Prof. Dr. Oliver Gassman http://www.item.unisg.ch/en/Chairs/Innovation+Mgmt/Research/Business+Model+Innovation http://www.im.ethz.ch/education/HS13/MIS13/VL_BMI___IT_012efl.pdf http://www.wu.ac.at/wutv/other/elgar_fleisch.pdf BusinessModelGeneration.com Wikipedia, Google, WWW..