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R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
R&D For New Business Models
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R&D For New Business Models

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Unfinished Business Lecture
R&D For New Business Models
Ontario College of Art and Design
March 3, 2009

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  • 1. R&D For New Business Models Creating a Real World Laboratory for Business Model Innovation Saul Kaplan Chief Catalyst Business Innovation Factory
  • 2. In Toronto-Ese…… sLAB #ublecture on BIF at OCAD by @skap5
  • 3. Ideas That Keep Me Awake: There’s always a better way.
  • 4. Ideas That Keep Me Awake: We need systems-level innovation, not incremental changes to deal with the real issues of our time. Little things like health care, education, and climate change
  • 5. Ideas That Keep Me Awake: Experimentation is the key to getting new systems ideas off the white board and on to the ground.
  • 6. The Good News: Innovators thrive during turbulent times. The Bad News: Innovation has become a buzzword.
  • 7. How Do We Get Below the Buzzwords? A simple definition: Innovation is a better way to deliver value.
  • 8. Invention vs. Innovation
  • 9. Business Model Definition: A business model is a network of capabilities and a sustainable financial model to deliver value to target customers.
  • 10. Business Model Definition:
  • 11. Business Model Innovation: How can we accelerate the pace of business model innovation? How do we help organizations create new, networked business models that deliver solutions to the big problems of our day?
  • 12. The opportunity to explore and test new networked business models is influenced by four key market drivers: --Globalization --Enabling Technology --Chains to Networks --Creating Value Networks
  • 13. Globalization: Has enabled organizations to reconfigure capabilities across the globe into new networked business models.
  • 14. Enabling Technology: Technology is no longer a limiting factor for business model innovation. It is us humans and the organizations we live in that are both stubbornly resistant to change
  • 15. Chains to Networks: Value creation is as much a function of a knowledge network as a function of a physical supply chain.
  • 16. Shifting Economies of Scale
  • 17. Creating Value Networks Realign capabilities to provide customized value to the individual.
  • 18. Creating Value Networks
  • 19. Business Model Innovators Tony Hsieh - CEO, Zappos.com
  • 20. Business Model Innovators Alph Bingham - Innocentive Founder
  • 21. Business Model Innovators Robert Ballard - Titanic Discoverer
  • 22. Business Model Innovators Col. Dean Esserman - Providence, RI Police Chief
  • 23. Business Model Innovators Dennis Littky - Big Picture Co., Met School
  • 24. Business Model Innovation How do we make business model innovation more predictable and easier to manage?
  • 25. Underestimate the Importance Business model innovation as a source of competitive advantage has been underestimated by most leaders.
  • 26. Underestimate the Difficulty Challenges of business model innovation have also been underestimated by leaders…death by 1000 initiatives.
  • 27. Leaders Are Starting To Get It Executives are realizing that business model innovation is an imperative and will have to be done in a different way.
  • 28. Leaders Are Starting To Get It: Innosight business model innovation study: N=260 95% Important 55% Conceptual understanding 40% Tools and ability to implement
  • 29. Unmet Need: R&D for New Business Models Organizations need a safe and manageable environment to explore and test new business models.
  • 30. Getting to the Network Effect Faster and Cheaper
  • 31. BIF: The Real World Lab A community of innovators collaborating to explore and test better ways to deliver value.
  • 32. BIF: The Real World Lab An actionable platform for systems level experimentation in areas of social importance including health care, education, and energy independence.
  • 33. The BIF Model:
  • 34. BIF Model: Think Connected to the best thinking on business model innovation
  • 35. BIF Model: Learn Experiential learning is key. We learn from the experts, and each other. ‘09 Schedule Steven Johnson: Biftalks Diane Hessan: Engage! Continuum: Design for Social Impact Clay Christensen: Disruptive Innovation
  • 36. BIF-5 October 7-8 2 days, 25 storytellers, limited to 300 people Co-hosted by: Bruce Nussbaum Bill Taylor
  • 37. BIF Model: Do BIF’s Experience Labs enable experimentation with less risk and less disruption to current operations.
  • 38. Nursing Home of the Future: Platform to design and test new elder care solutions in a real world environment.
  • 39. BIF Model: Connect Building a community with emphasis on sharing stories and ideas. BIF Innovation Story Studio hosts hundreds of videos and stories of real world innovation.
  • 40. BIF Model: Connect Active in social media space with Twitter, LinkedIn and other digital tools. Member and Partner proposition enables deeper participation.
  • 41. “Innovators have a point of view to share and know that they are missing something” -BIF Research Advisor Roger Martin
  • 42. Thank You. Please Connect www.businessinnovationfactory.com Skap@businessinnovationfactory.com http://linkedin.com/in/saulkaplan http://twitter.com/skap5

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