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R&D For New Business Models Creating a Real World Laboratory  for Business Model Innovation   Saul Kaplan Chief Catalyst B...
<ul><li>How can we accelerate the pace of  business model innovation? </li></ul><ul><li>How can we get ideas off the white...
 
<ul><li>The opportunity to explore and test new networked business models is influenced by four key market drivers: </li><...
Globalization has enabled organizations to reconfigure capabilities across the globe into new networked business models.
Invention to Innovation: technology is no longer a limiting factor for business model innovation
Product Innovation Business Model Innovation Massive/ Breakthrough Disruptive/ New System Marginal/ Incremental Significan...
Chains to Networks: value creation is as much a  function of a knowledge network  as a function of a physical  supply chain
Shifting  Economies of Scale from… to … Command and Control Share Taking Physical Assets Functional Silos and Empires Size...
Intention Value Networks are possible which realign interests to provide value to the individual
Intention Value Networks   Travel and transportation Media and entertainment Education Clothing Shelter Food Quality of Li...
Business Model Innovation  <ul><li>A key unmet need for business executives is to make business model innovation more pred...
Importance  of business model innovation as a  source of competitive advantage has been underestimated by business executi...
Difficulty of business model innovation has also been underestimated by business executives…death by 1000 initiatives
Lessons Learned: Executives now realize business model innovation is an imperative and will have to be done a different wa...
Unmet Need: R&D for New Business Models  A safe and manageable environment to explore and test new business models
Birth of a Scale-Free Network
<ul><li>Getting to the network effect faster and cheaper </li></ul>Cost ($) Net Cost Net Benefit Costs Benefit Fewer Users...
BIF: Real World Lab <ul><li>Non-profit organization launched in 2005 to create a real world laboratory where innovators ca...
The BIF Model: Think  We share the best thinking on business model innovation
BIF Model: Learn  We learn from the experts and from each other
<ul><li>BIF’s Experience Labs encourage experimentation in an environment that poses less risk and minimizes disruption to...
<ul><li>Collaborative Innovation in Action   </li></ul>BIF Model: Do
BIF Model: Connect  We connect by expanding a community of innovators driven by the exchange of ideas and experiences.
For more information, visit BIF at www.businessinnovationfactory.com
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The new strategic imperative for all organizations is R&D for new business models. The Business Innovation Factory (BIF) is creating a real world laboratory for innovators to explore and test new business models and system level solutions.

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    1. 1. R&D For New Business Models Creating a Real World Laboratory for Business Model Innovation Saul Kaplan Chief Catalyst Business Innovation Factory
    2. 2. <ul><li>How can we accelerate the pace of business model innovation? </li></ul><ul><li>How can we get ideas off the whiteboard and onto the ground quickly and more cost effectively? </li></ul><ul><li>How can we enable collaborative innovation? </li></ul>
    3. 4. <ul><li>The opportunity to explore and test new networked business models is influenced by four key market drivers: </li></ul><ul><li>Globalization </li></ul><ul><li>Invention to Innovation </li></ul><ul><li>Chains to Networks </li></ul><ul><li>Intention Value Networks </li></ul>
    4. 5. Globalization has enabled organizations to reconfigure capabilities across the globe into new networked business models.
    5. 6. Invention to Innovation: technology is no longer a limiting factor for business model innovation
    6. 7. Product Innovation Business Model Innovation Massive/ Breakthrough Disruptive/ New System Marginal/ Incremental Significant/ Immediate Qualitative/ Perceptual Additive/ Complementary Displacing/ Substitute Systemic/ Wide Ranging Better Mouse Trap New Paradigm for Controlling Mice Better Way to Create Make, and Sell Today’s Mouse Trap Tweaks
    7. 8. Chains to Networks: value creation is as much a function of a knowledge network as a function of a physical supply chain
    8. 9. Shifting Economies of Scale from… to … Command and Control Share Taking Physical Assets Functional Silos and Empires Size Distributed Management Market Making Knowledge Assets Cross Functional Work Teams Flexible Capabilities
    9. 10. Intention Value Networks are possible which realign interests to provide value to the individual
    10. 11. Intention Value Networks Travel and transportation Media and entertainment Education Clothing Shelter Food Quality of Life Home security Information security Safe workplace Community security Homeland security National defense Security Tax planning Financial planning Insurance Capital access Investments Cash management Wealth Fitness and nutrition Personalized medicine Treatment Diagnosis Disease recognition Disease understanding Health
    11. 12. Business Model Innovation <ul><li>A key unmet need for business executives is to make business model innovation more predictable and easier to manage: </li></ul><ul><li>Underestimated Importance </li></ul><ul><li>Underestimated the Difficulty </li></ul><ul><li>Unmet Need: R&D for New Business Models </li></ul><ul><li>BIF the Real World Laboratory </li></ul>
    12. 13. Importance of business model innovation as a source of competitive advantage has been underestimated by business executives
    13. 14. Difficulty of business model innovation has also been underestimated by business executives…death by 1000 initiatives
    14. 15. Lessons Learned: Executives now realize business model innovation is an imperative and will have to be done a different way
    15. 16. Unmet Need: R&D for New Business Models A safe and manageable environment to explore and test new business models
    16. 17. Birth of a Scale-Free Network
    17. 18. <ul><li>Getting to the network effect faster and cheaper </li></ul>Cost ($) Net Cost Net Benefit Costs Benefit Fewer Users Lower Cost Number of Users
    18. 19. BIF: Real World Lab <ul><li>Non-profit organization launched in 2005 to create a real world laboratory where innovators can explore and test new business model ideas. </li></ul><ul><li>Mission is to enable collaborative innovation….public-private partnerships in healthcare, education, energy independence, public safety, and quality of life </li></ul><ul><li>Create a safe and manageable environment to get new business model ideas off of the white board and on to a real world test bed. </li></ul><ul><li>A neutral environment where innovators can collaborate without disrupting current operations. </li></ul>
    19. 20. The BIF Model: Think We share the best thinking on business model innovation
    20. 21. BIF Model: Learn We learn from the experts and from each other
    21. 22. <ul><li>BIF’s Experience Labs encourage experimentation in an environment that poses less risk and minimizes disruption to current operations. </li></ul>BIF Model: Do
    22. 23. <ul><li>Collaborative Innovation in Action </li></ul>BIF Model: Do
    23. 24. BIF Model: Connect We connect by expanding a community of innovators driven by the exchange of ideas and experiences.
    24. 25. For more information, visit BIF at www.businessinnovationfactory.com
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