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From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
From idea to innovation roadmap
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  • - Story: Problem Identification- Story: Innovation / Change
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    • 1. Roadmap From Idea to Innovation Jamil Alkhatib Bethlehem University 8.08.2012 Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 1
    • 2. Jamil Alkhatib• Founder of IBTECAR• (Innovation, Business, Technology, Entrepreneurship and Creativity for the Arab Region)• MSc. Technology & Innovation Management• BSc. Electrical Engineering• Consulting: – Change and innovation management – SME Development – Technology commercialization – Product and technology strategy planning – Early stage venture assistance ideas2market – Creativity techniques Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 2
    • 3. Organizations Supported Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 3
    • 4. Innovations Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 4
    • 5. Opening Questions• How can I be an innovator?• How can I convert my invention to $?• Is there any specific process to follow?• How can I protect my innovation? Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 5
    • 6. Content• Innovation Process• Building the business model Copyright © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 6
    • 7. What is this? Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 7
    • 8. Innovation Definition Problem Problem SolutionRecognition Solving Exploitation Innovation (Invention) "Anything that wont sell, I dont want to invent." Thomas Edison Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 8
    • 9. Types of innovationsProduct Service BusinessProcess Model Copyrights © 2011 Jamil Alkhatib 9
    • 10. A story of a PenInnovations not always technology based Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 10
    • 11. Innovators? First or BestSpeekFree Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 11
    • 12. Invention Market Cycle Idea Marketing PrototypeCustomer Protection testing Developm Customer ent (R&D) testing Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 12
    • 13. Idea Generation• Technology – Technology Trends – Scientific achievements• Market – Market research – Customer survey• Creativity Techniques – Brainstorming – Lateral thinking – Six thinking hats – Mind mapping – TRIZ Copyright © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 13
    • 14. Creativity and Mind Shift Copyrights © 2009 Jamil Alkhatib 14
    • 15. Invention Market Cycle Idea Marketing PrototypeCustomer Protection testing Developm Customer ent (R&D) testing Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 15
    • 16. Intellectual Property Protection PatentsOther Copyrigh IPs t IP Trade Trademar secrets k Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 16
    • 17. PatentsiPod Telephone
    • 18. BUSINESS MODEL Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 18
    • 19. Customer SegmentsWhich customers and users are you serving?Which jobs do they really want to get done? Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 19
    • 20. Copyright © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 20
    • 21. Value Propositions• What is the ‘market/customer Pain’?• How does your product address the customer’s Pain?• What is different about your product?• Why would a customer buy from you? Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 21
    • 22. Value Propositions Cost reduction PriceDesign Novelty TechnologyPerformance Risk minimization Address need Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 22
    • 23. Copyright © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 23
    • 24. ChannelsHow does each customer segment want to be reached? Through which interaction points? Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 24
    • 25. Copyright © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 25
    • 26. Customer RelationshipsWhat relationships are you establishing with each segment? Personal? Automated? Acquisitive? Retentive? Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 26
    • 27. Copyright © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 27
    • 28. Revenue Streams What are customers really willing to pay for?How are you generating transactional or recurring revenues? Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 28
    • 29. Key ResourcesWhich resources underpin your business model? Which assets are essential? Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 29
    • 30. Key ActivitiesWhich activities do you need to perform well in your business? What is crucial? Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 30 30
    • 31. Key PartnersWhich partners and suppliers leverage your model? Who do you need to rely on? Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 31
    • 32. Cost StructureWhat is the resulting cost structure?Which key elements drive your costs? Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 32
    • 33. Business Model Canvas value key activities customer proposition relationships customer segmentskey partners cost key revenue structure channels streams resources Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 33
    • 34. Sketch our your Business Model Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 34
    • 35. Customer/Product Development Product Development Concept/ Product Alpha/Beta Launch/1st Bus. Plan Dev. Test ShipInnovation 2.0 – idea, share w/ customer, improve, markettest, keep refining the business model (Value) Copyrights © 2011 Jamil Alkhatib 35
    • 36. Customers are KEY More startups fail from a lack of customers than from a failure of new technologies"Anything that wont sell, I dont want to invent." Thomas Edison Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 36
    • 37. Referenceswww.businessmodelgeneration.com Copyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 37
    • 38. http://www.ibtecar.me http://ibtecar.blogspot.com/ http:// www.slideshare.net/jamilkhatibCopyrights © 2012 Jamil Alkhatib 38

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