Innovation: End-to-End<br />Stages and Programs<br />Israel Vicars <br />
Tilling<br /><ul><li>Igniting innovation
Introduce Context
Corporate innovation group
Shared definitions of entrepreneurship and innovation
Create Motivation
Value proposition for participants
Expressed buy-in from leadership
Establish Community
Gather the entrepreneurs
Provide a forum and meeting place</li></ul>2<br />I<br /> Stage<br />
Tilling<br /><ul><li>Stage I Programs
Marketing
Email campaign
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  1. 1. Innovation: End-to-End<br />Stages and Programs<br />Israel Vicars <br />
  2. 2. Tilling<br /><ul><li>Igniting innovation
  3. 3. Introduce Context
  4. 4. Corporate innovation group
  5. 5. Shared definitions of entrepreneurship and innovation
  6. 6. Create Motivation
  7. 7. Value proposition for participants
  8. 8. Expressed buy-in from leadership
  9. 9. Establish Community
  10. 10. Gather the entrepreneurs
  11. 11. Provide a forum and meeting place</li></ul>2<br />I<br /> Stage<br />
  12. 12. Tilling<br /><ul><li>Stage I Programs
  13. 13. Marketing
  14. 14. Email campaign
  15. 15. Intrapreneur networking events
  16. 16. Online engagement
  17. 17. Education
  18. 18. Business Fundamentals
  19. 19. Overview of business fundamentals for non-business types
  20. 20. Resource: Crossing the Chasm, by Geoffrey Moore; Custom materials covering basic finance, strategy, and marketing
  21. 21. Pitch Training
  22. 22. Components of the business hypothesis that make up an idea and how to quickly pitch an idea in a meaningful way
  23. 23. Resource: Art of the Start, by Guy Kawasaki</li></ul>3<br />I<br /> Stage<br />
  24. 24. Soil<br /><ul><li>What will be the sources of innovation?
  25. 25. Industry changes
  26. 26. Inefficiency looking for a solution
  27. 27. Opportunity from upheaval
  28. 28. Leveraging the latest technologies
  29. 29. Market changes
  30. 30. Shifting demographics
  31. 31. New consumer habits and desires
  32. 32. Leveraging company resources and competencies
  33. 33. Within divisions
  34. 34. Across divisions
  35. 35. Beyond divisions</li></ul>4<br />II<br /> Stage<br />
  36. 36. Soil<br /><ul><li>Stage II Programs
  37. 37. Education
  38. 38. Sources of Innovation
  39. 39. Identifying the industry and market changes that can be the impetus for innovations
  40. 40. Resource: Entrepreneurship and Innovation, by Peter F. Drucker
  41. 41. Business Model Analysis
  42. 42. Expose the immediate opportunities within the family of companies
  43. 43. Resource: Business Model Generation, by Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur</li></ul>5<br />II<br /> Stage<br />
  44. 44. Seeds<br /><ul><li>Collect ideas
  45. 45. Quarterly Outreach Program (Stage III Program)
  46. 46. Evaluate ideas
  47. 47. Completeness
  48. 48. What is the product/service?
  49. 49. Who is the user?
  50. 50. Why do they want the product/service?
  51. 51. How does the business make money?
  52. 52. Potential
  53. 53. Long term profitability
  54. 54. Scalability</li></ul>6<br />III<br /> Stage<br />
  55. 55. Nurture<br /><ul><li>Expand and revise ideas
  56. 56. Work with Program Champions to “flesh out” ideas
  57. 57. “Pre-market” market research = community research
  58. 58. Technology features  User benefits
  59. 59. Best position in value chain
  60. 60. Assess need for mock-up
  61. 61. Useful for communicating product concept during early market research
  62. 62. May be the best way to encapsulate the idea (e.g. Twitter)</li></ul>7<br /> Stage<br />IV<br />
  63. 63. Nurture<br /><ul><li>Stage IV Programs
  64. 64. Education
  65. 65. Idea expansion
  66. 66. Expanding and evaluating an idea to create a robust business hypothesis that addresses issues surrounding the customer, technology, and business model
  67. 67. Resources: Mind-mapping software; Managing Intellectual Capital, by David J. Teece; The Inmates are Running the Asylum, by Alan Cooper
  68. 68. Development
  69. 69. Mock-up production
  70. 70. Provide resources for the development of early stage product concepts</li></ul>8<br /> Stage<br />IV<br />
  71. 71. Prune<br /><ul><li>How do we assess ideas?
  72. 72. Micro-market outlook
  73. 73. What is size and behavior of target market?
  74. 74. Macro-market outlook
  75. 75. Is broader market growing or shrinking?
  76. 76. Appropriability of industry
  77. 77. Team
  78. 78. Fitness of team to tasks
  79. 79. Gaps in team’s skill sets, resources</li></ul>9<br />V<br /> Stage<br />
  80. 80. Prune<br /><ul><li>Stage V Program
  81. 81. Education
  82. 82. Opportunity Assessment
  83. 83. Testing a business idea for the most common opportunity-relatedreasons for failure: market reasons, industry reasons, and entrepreneurial team reasons
  84. 84. Resource: The New Business Road Test, by John Mullins</li></ul>10<br />V<br /> Stage<br />
  85. 85. Grow<br /><ul><li>Prepare the business plan
  86. 86. Internal and external experts advise on key subject areas
  87. 87. Corporate innovation group works closely with Program Champion through completion
  88. 88. Upgrade mock-up to beta version (if applicable)
  89. 89. Recruit potential team members</li></ul>11<br /> Stage<br />VI<br />
  90. 90. Grow<br /><ul><li>Stage VI Program
  91. 91. Development
  92. 92. Beta-version production
  93. 93. Provide resources for development of beta version
  94. 94. Business Plan Consultants
  95. 95. Organize community of internal and external experts who can advise on all subject areas of the business plan</li></ul>12<br /> Stage<br />VI<br />
  96. 96. Produce<br /><ul><li>Launch the business
  97. 97. Manage its growth
  98. 98. Guide to profitability
  99. 99. Increase autonomy with success</li></ul>13<br /> Stage<br />VII<br />
  100. 100. Harvest<br />Outcomes<br />New Revenue<br />Liquidation<br />Standalone Division<br />Increased dynamic capability<br />Employees’ sense of empowerment<br />Employees’ ability to recognize and seize new opportunities<br />14<br /> Stage<br />VIII<br />

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