Why are we here?    Aidan Gough   |
Why are we here?    Margaret Hearty   |
Margaret HeartyIntro / Why are we here?                     Director,                                        InterTradeIre...
“a strategy of innovation”        Patsy Carney | EirGen Pharma
“a mindset for innovation”        David Barrett | cute-e Ireland, U.K. & Singapore
“vennetics: case study”       John Hamill | Vennetics Ltd.
“delivering value from innovation”           Peter Craven | CDE Global
“achieving ambitious  business growth”  Graeme Crombie & Jamie McCallum | Matrix Innovation Team
What strategic approaches  are most successful?
Define successful?
What strategic approaches  are most successful? Turnover Growth   Profitability
Turnover Growth    Q: What’s the best way to significantly grow the top line? A1: Increase loyalty from existing customers...
A2: Getting new customers.Average GROWTH RATE                      Number of NEW CUSTOMERS over the past 3 years
“number of customers wasfound to be 2.8 times moreimportant than amountbought per customer.”
Your existing customers can only….      EAT | DRINK | SPEND                        so much!Share of    Share of     Share ...
You need more……Stomachs.   Throats.   Pockets.
Turnover GrowthGrowth Rate (%) vs No. New/Improved Products/Services in 3 year period
ProfitabilityQ: What’s the highest margin strategy?  A1: High quality.  A2: Quick turnaround.  A3: Low cost.  A4: Create r...
A4: Create regardless of market demand.
Average % Profit Margin vs Core Business Strategy16151413121110 9 8 7     Low Cost   Quick Delivery   Voice of Customer   ...
A4: Create regardless of market demand.“If I had askedmy customerswhat theywanted, they’dhave said fasterhorses.”         ...
A4: Create regardless of market demand.“If you’re not                 Monopolyunique you’dbetter becheap.”            Doug...
Be honest about your growth aspirations……£/€          Past                  Future                      (now)             ...
Be honest about your growth aspirations……£/€                                               Want to get to here?           ...
Be honest about your growth aspirations……£/€                                               Want to get to here?      Same ...
Be honest about your growth aspirations……£/€                                                Want to get to here?      New ...
A4: Create regardless of market demand.“Insanity: Doing the samething over and over againand expecting differentresults.” ...
EXISTING        NEW           PRODUCTS       PRODUCTSMARKETSEXISTING              market        product            penetra...
Problem………So if innovation is the key to achievingthe growth that companies desire. Andit’s at the top of the agenda of yo...
INNOVATION =TIME | MONEY | RISK
Purchase Intent:                              MeaningfulnessNew & Different: Uniqueness
TIME | MONEY | RISK      = FEAR
FEAR =NO CULTURE OF INNOVATION
Human error is high.
Humans <10%success at picking  winning ideas.
Even fruit machinespay out 32%of the time!
Purchase Intent:                              MeaningfulnessNew & Different: Uniqueness
ANSWERA Reliable & Repeatable Strategy of Innovation Needs a System.
GOOD NEWS!               Through theInterTradeIreland Challenge Programme you will learn a highly effective system.
Responsible for £1.5Bn in newproducts & services globally.
effectiveness endorsed by…
based solely on research into…• The factors which make products/services  succeed or fail.• The factors that make business...
by reverse engineering….• Over 4,000 real products and services.• Over 6,000 business development teams.
• Small Scottish Manufacturing Company.• Produce electronic sensors and switches.• Customers are predominantly automotive....
[VIDEO TESTIMONIAL]
Usual Company Systems ApproachConsumer /     Concept                R&D and                     Sales  Market     Developm...
The Simultaneous Engineering Approach                      Product                    Development                    Rapid...
The Simultaneous Engineering Approach  • Typical marketplace success of over 45%.  • Products accelerate to market in a fr...
the three stages of the system…                          Evaluate                  LaunchCreate Ideas                     ...
Pipeline Management of Innovation       High Probability            Correct         Ideas (£/€)           Understanding of...
Challenge Programme      Overview  Graeme Crombie & Jamie McCallum | Matrix Innovation Team
What you get…….
A max of 30 Selected Companies will get:2 Full Day Workshops Covering:  • Business Strategy & Planning  • Innovation Syste...
A final 10 Selected Companies will get:In-company intensive mentoring to output:• 30 - 70 new ideas generated.• At least o...
What’s expected of you…..
You must be committed to:• Availability / attendance of workshops on:         11th & 18th of October   12th & 19th of Octo...
Application Time / Networking       Slides available from Thursday at:www.intertradeireland.com/challenge/
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  1. 1. Why are we here? Aidan Gough |
  2. 2. Why are we here? Margaret Hearty |
  3. 3. Margaret HeartyIntro / Why are we here? Director, InterTradeIreland Peter Craven“Delivering Value from Innovation” CDE Global Matrix“Achieving Ambitious Business Growth” Innovation Team MatrixChallenge Programme Overview Innovation TeamProgramme Application / Networking
  4. 4. “a strategy of innovation” Patsy Carney | EirGen Pharma
  5. 5. “a mindset for innovation” David Barrett | cute-e Ireland, U.K. & Singapore
  6. 6. “vennetics: case study” John Hamill | Vennetics Ltd.
  7. 7. “delivering value from innovation” Peter Craven | CDE Global
  8. 8. “achieving ambitious business growth” Graeme Crombie & Jamie McCallum | Matrix Innovation Team
  9. 9. What strategic approaches are most successful?
  10. 10. Define successful?
  11. 11. What strategic approaches are most successful? Turnover Growth Profitability
  12. 12. Turnover Growth Q: What’s the best way to significantly grow the top line? A1: Increase loyalty from existing customers. A2: Find new customers.
  13. 13. A2: Getting new customers.Average GROWTH RATE Number of NEW CUSTOMERS over the past 3 years
  14. 14. “number of customers wasfound to be 2.8 times moreimportant than amountbought per customer.”
  15. 15. Your existing customers can only…. EAT | DRINK | SPEND so much!Share of Share of Share ofstomach. throat. pocket.
  16. 16. You need more……Stomachs. Throats. Pockets.
  17. 17. Turnover GrowthGrowth Rate (%) vs No. New/Improved Products/Services in 3 year period
  18. 18. ProfitabilityQ: What’s the highest margin strategy? A1: High quality. A2: Quick turnaround. A3: Low cost. A4: Create regardless of market demand. A5: Listen / Create around customer demand.
  19. 19. A4: Create regardless of market demand.
  20. 20. Average % Profit Margin vs Core Business Strategy16151413121110 9 8 7 Low Cost Quick Delivery Voice of Customer High Quality Innovation Georgia Institute of Technology n=738
  21. 21. A4: Create regardless of market demand.“If I had askedmy customerswhat theywanted, they’dhave said fasterhorses.” Henry Ford
  22. 22. A4: Create regardless of market demand.“If you’re not Monopolyunique you’dbetter becheap.” Doug Hall Commodity
  23. 23. Be honest about your growth aspirations……£/€ Past Future (now) 5 Years Time
  24. 24. Be honest about your growth aspirations……£/€ Want to get to here? Normal Incremental Growth Continues. Sales stay the same. Past Future (now) 5 Years Time
  25. 25. Be honest about your growth aspirations……£/€ Want to get to here? Same Old Stuff Normal Incremental Growth Continues. Sales stay the same. Past Future (now) 5 Years Time
  26. 26. Be honest about your growth aspirations……£/€ Want to get to here? New and Different Normal Incremental Growth Continues. Sales stay the same. Past Future (now) 5 Years Time
  27. 27. A4: Create regardless of market demand.“Insanity: Doing the samething over and over againand expecting differentresults.” Albert Einstein
  28. 28. EXISTING NEW PRODUCTS PRODUCTSMARKETSEXISTING market product penetration developmentMARKETS NEW market unrelated development diversification
  29. 29. Problem………So if innovation is the key to achievingthe growth that companies desire. Andit’s at the top of the agenda of yourgovernments and support agencies….Why don’t more companies adopt aninnovation strategy????
  30. 30. INNOVATION =TIME | MONEY | RISK
  31. 31. Purchase Intent: MeaningfulnessNew & Different: Uniqueness
  32. 32. TIME | MONEY | RISK = FEAR
  33. 33. FEAR =NO CULTURE OF INNOVATION
  34. 34. Human error is high.
  35. 35. Humans <10%success at picking winning ideas.
  36. 36. Even fruit machinespay out 32%of the time!
  37. 37. Purchase Intent: MeaningfulnessNew & Different: Uniqueness
  38. 38. ANSWERA Reliable & Repeatable Strategy of Innovation Needs a System.
  39. 39. GOOD NEWS! Through theInterTradeIreland Challenge Programme you will learn a highly effective system.
  40. 40. Responsible for £1.5Bn in newproducts & services globally.
  41. 41. effectiveness endorsed by…
  42. 42. based solely on research into…• The factors which make products/services succeed or fail.• The factors that make business development teams effective.
  43. 43. by reverse engineering….• Over 4,000 real products and services.• Over 6,000 business development teams.
  44. 44. • Small Scottish Manufacturing Company.• Produce electronic sensors and switches.• Customers are predominantly automotive.• Sell to: JCB | Volvo | Leyland DAF | Daimler.• Innovation has seen their t/o rise from £2.5M to a projected £8M in 2011/12.• Janice Marriot is the Sales & Marketing Director……
  45. 45. [VIDEO TESTIMONIAL]
  46. 46. Usual Company Systems ApproachConsumer / Concept R&D and Sales Market Development Product/Supply Forecasting Research Development Evaluation Rework - Redo - Restart Rework - Redo - Restart
  47. 47. Usual Company Systems Approach• Typical marketplace success of 5-15%.• Designed to deal with cost & risk.• Reduces risk by holding ideas back from the market.• Ignores the biggest risk of missing the opportunity.
  48. 48. The Simultaneous Engineering Approach Product Development Rapid Cycles of Test & Learn Business Marketing Model Development Development
  49. 49. The Simultaneous Engineering Approach • Typical marketplace success of over 45%. • Products accelerate to market in a fraction of the time. • Utilises “Fail Fast. Fail Cheap.” methodology to kill off costly losers ASAP.
  50. 50. the three stages of the system… Evaluate LaunchCreate Ideas Ideas Ideas A system for A system for picking A system for getting creating as many ideas with the highest ideas to market withideas as possible. probability of success. the minimum of time, money and risk.
  51. 51. Pipeline Management of Innovation High Probability Correct Ideas (£/€) Understanding of Value Medium Probability Ideas (£/€) = Max Chance of Hitting Growth Low Probability Ideas (£/€) Targets From Innovation
  52. 52. Challenge Programme Overview Graeme Crombie & Jamie McCallum | Matrix Innovation Team
  53. 53. What you get…….
  54. 54. A max of 30 Selected Companies will get:2 Full Day Workshops Covering: • Business Strategy & Planning • Innovation System Training Plus An innovation culture assessment on your wholecompany benchmarking you against world class in a number of key innovation areas.
  55. 55. A final 10 Selected Companies will get:In-company intensive mentoring to output:• 30 - 70 new ideas generated.• At least one real new product/service being commercialised.• Start implementation of the system to create ideas, pick high probability winners and rapidly commercialise them with the minimum of time, money & risk.
  56. 56. What’s expected of you…..
  57. 57. You must be committed to:• Availability / attendance of workshops on: 11th & 18th of October 12th & 19th of October• Commitment of your team with management support to 6 days over a period of 6 months.• Completion of a business plan for application to the final stage.
  58. 58. Application Time / Networking Slides available from Thursday at:www.intertradeireland.com/challenge/

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