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  • Enterprise Innovation and IT Innovation are they the same? Dr. Jimmy Schwarzkopf Research Fellow jimmy@stki.info
  • 1: What is “Enterprise Innovation” ?2: Is “Enterprise Innovation” the same for the CEO and for the CIO ?3: Now that I know , what do I do ?
  • What do we mean ‘innovation’?Innovation is the successful exploitation of ideasgenerated at the intersection of invention andinsight, that leads to the creation of economicvalueInnovation is the process or result of combiningpreviously separate ideas or technologies inuseful and valuable ways 3
  • Enterprise Innovation ?Innovation is ONLY defined by its REALIZATION - you know it when you see it. 2/3/2011Outside of this it has NO USEFUL definition. 4
  • How do we measure innovation ? 5
  • Innovation• Can innovation happen when the change is not disruptive ? 6
  • Disruptive Innovations 7
  • Is this innovation ???? 8
  • “innovation ” 9
  • Innovation in technology? It takes time not only for people to adopt technologies into their daily routines but also for technologists to figure out how to make things 33 years The Austin 7 was produced from 1922 through to 1939The Karl Benz Patent Motorwagen 1885,. by the Austin Motor Company. 10
  • The rule: +/-30 years 11
  • One machine does all Communication Appliances Separate appliances for creation and consumption 12
  • Not really understood ? Innovation is driven by people and ifyou want to learn about innovation, dont pick up a book with innovation in the title, read autobiographies 13
  • What do CEOs do ?• Attract new customers and retain current ones• Maintain cost efficiencies• Grow by re-inventing the enterprise - Innovating products and services - Innovating business models 14
  • "Chief Business Technology Officer" (CBTO)• George Colony in his blog is advocating to drop the name of CIO and: – CBTO are in charge of “all technology” in their enterprises. – people who work in technology departments exist to drive one thing (business) – signals everyone that the technology department is serious about helping increase growth and profit 15
  • CURATED COMPUTINGCURATOR:1. Simplifies and integrates technology and changes the “cost” model2. Decides what technologies will enter his roadmap and whenExamples: 16
  • MEGAtrends: curated computing 17
  • Curated Computing SPEED SCALE SENSORS SOFTWAREInfinite bandwidth Unprecedented New kinds of data Hybrid Cloudand going for real- processing power applications time data and storage sizes r Appliances Analytics Always connected Appliances 18
  • NO .. NO 19
  • 5th Generation Of Computing 1970s 1980s 1990s Today 2010+Autocratic Personal: Web: SOA: Curated:CentralizedComputing
  • Will IT change ? Will CIO’s ? 21
  • “ insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results ” Albert Einstein
  • What do CIOs do ?• Provide fault-free IT support and mitigate risks• Support business functions and goals – Support business process innovation• Reduce business costs (especially IT costs)• Increase business speed and agility• MOST IMPORTANT: – Support business model innovation 23
  • Computerworld this weekend IT innovation is about “understanding” theintersection between technologies and business models and their processes. 24
  • Organization Business Model
  • Innovation in a business model
  • the main challenge
  • the study of IT innovation• bibliographies of “innovative” individuals• how to innovate business models
  • Wake up call NOW 29