Geoffrey Moore Slide Set from the Berkeley Digital Media Conference


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Geoffrey Moore Slide Set from the Berkeley Digital Media Conference

  1. Crossing the Chasm vs. Spinning Up the WebBerkeley >PlayOctober 29, 2011
  2. Venture Agenda:High-Tech Market Development Models  B-2-B Markets – Crossing the Chasm  B-2-C Markets – Spinning up the Web  Comparing Critical Success Factors – Chasm vs. Web1
  3. Crossing the ChasmB-2-B High-Tech Market Development 2
  4. Technology Adoption Life Cycle Pragmatists: Conservatives: Use it when it’s ready! Make sure it’s ready! Visionaries: Be the first mover! Skeptics: Never happen! Techies: Try it! Innovators Early Early Majority Late Majority Laggards Adopters Pragmatists’ view of whole product maturity drives the adoption of new technology.
  5. The Whole Product Outsourcing Hardware Application Software EngineeringComplementary Core Complementary Services Offering Products Installation Peripherals and support Design Databases Minimum set of products and services to fulfill target customers reason to buy.
  6. Market Development ModelOffers Evolve with Whole Product Maturity Proven systems for cost- Standard products for conscious conservatives pragmatists with budgets Main Street Tornado Early Market Chasm Bowling Segment-specificCustom projects for Alley solutions for Visionaries pragmatists in pain
  7. Crossing the Chasm Framework A Playbook for B-2-B Market Development Pragmatist in Pain 1. Target Customer 2. Compelling Reason to Buy Broken m/c process Complete solution 3. Whole Product 4. Partners and Allies Ready to fill in the gapsCan manage complexity 5. Sales Channel 6. Pricing Rewards for all parties Current alternatives 7. Competition 8. Positioning Differentiating focus Next growth segment 9. Next Target And that’s how you grow a B-2-B market! 6
  8. Spinning up the WebB-2-C Digital Market Development 7
  9. Identity Modification Life Cycle Engagers: Reluctants: Check it out! Wait! Evangelists: Believe in it! Rejecters: Beware! Enthusiasts: Be 1st to try it! Innovators Early Early Majority Late Majority Laggards Adopters Engagers create the dynamics of digital market development
  10. Brand/Identity Interactions*Levels of Engagement & Commitment Level of Commitment Level of Engagement I will camp out all night I never imagined this was possible. to be first in line when you open. D You are reshaping my identity. I will go the extra mile You express my dreams, and I want to play a part in your world. C to do more to help your cause. I not only purchase your offers You are part of what I am. but display them proudly. B By choosing you, I express myself. I select your offers over others I respect what you do, and whenever they are available. A believe what you say. * Model developed in collaboration with Schireson Associates 9
  11. Spinning Up Volume Operations on the WebRunning Experiments in Tandem VIRALITY ACQUISITION Starter Motor MONETIZATION ENGAGEMENT 10
  12. Spinning Up the WebMetrics that Will Drive Your Programs  Grow Acquisition – Rate of gaining new users (velocity & acceleration)  Grow Engagement – Average length, depth, and frequency of user engagement  Grow Virality – # of new customers coming from existing customers over time  Grow Monetization – Percentage & amount of participation, plus rate of change  Increase Promotional Productivity – Yield relative to acquisition, engagement, virality, monetization  Reduce Churn – Rate of losing existing users (velocity & acceleration)  Increase Lifetime Customer Value – DCF value to date, plus rate of change And that’s how you grow a B-2-C market!11
  13. Critical Success FactorsCrossing the Chasm vs. Spinning up the Web 12
  14. Critical Success FactorsWhat Venture Investors Look For Crossing the Chasm Spinning Up the Web  Disruptive technology  Distinctive cool factor  Compelling reason to buy  Leveraged access to market  Customer domain expertise  Web-tech expertise  Whole product focus  User experience focus  Agile services-led offer  Agile data-driven product development development Different horses, different riders—same trail!13
  15. Thank You #crossingthechasm14