Future Value Generation @daniel_egger

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My book Future Value Generation now available at your Amazon in paperback and Kindle: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01E25ZXFK

Most companies today are challenged by change. They strive to react with quick solutions, while at the same time design new opportunities for the future. But inevitably, they get disappointing results.


Why? In Future Value Generation, Daniel Egger offers a compelling and provocative answer: Innovation merely attempts to solve past problems, Strategy locks in a static worldview, and foresight too often explores what is possible, but not practical. The missing integration of the three processes leads to a prioritization of the present, and an intensifying urgency to prepare for the future.

As the quantity and complexity of change will only increase, the pressure for executives to react to it and proactively shape their future grows.

To create new value, companies need integration. The logic presented in this book explores the synergies and benefits of connecting innovation, foresight and strategy. It presents a framework that increases the agility of strategic implementation, establishes a continuous and aligned innovation process, and explains how to generate value for the future.

Filled with deep practical insights and fresh perspectives, Future Value Generation is a “how-to” for successful and profitable future organizations.

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Future Value Generation @daniel_egger

  1. 1. With contributions and insights from such renowned thinkers and doers as Aga Szóstek, Artur Arsénio, Diogo Dutra, Erica Orange, Érico Fileno, Harry West, Jeffrey Tjendra, Luis Gustavo, Malcolm Ryder, Maria Paula Oliveira, Mark Storm, Mattia Crespi and Norman Wang.
  2. 2. Technology Progressive and Human Centered.
  3. 3. …asks for integration to deliver value. Foresight,creating a HUMAN centered future aligned with the organizational context and potential of change, exploring the implications of changes
  4. 4. Humantific for Open Innovation Consortium, KPCB, Statistica, Own Research …to visionary, adaptive, shaping and renewal.
  5. 5. Innovating for the Present VS. Future. Arthur D Little
  6. 6. …any future is about PEOPLE.
  7. 7. Each organization has its own. 100% volatile 100% static Innovate! Disrupt! CREATE! 100% possibilities 100% problems 100% future 100% present
  8. 8. Supporting the new value generation for all stakeholders. Agile decision making Human centric futures A vision that makes sense
  9. 9. …adaptable for any organization size and complexity.
  10. 10. …by balancing exploration and execution, present and future. Creating a HUMAN centered future aligned with the organizational context, exploring the implications of changes
  11. 11. …connected with organizational strategic capabilities.
  12. 12. …facilitating diagnostic and implementation.
  13. 13. Present Value Proposition What value do we generate? What value is exchanged? Where? When? Why do we matter? Portfolio of Changes What is our Focal Question? What will change the future? What changes are relevant to our business? FuturesContext What plausible societies will exist? What will people value, and what are their actions? Vision What is our future purpose and vision? Future Value Proposition What value will we generate? What value will be exchanged? Where? When? Why will we matter? Value Policies What change in Strategic Capabilities is necessary? What strategicactions are necessary? Options Portfolio What assets/resources do we have? What new assets/resources do we need? …neither is it to create new business logics.
  14. 14. Why does the organization generate value today?
  15. 15. What change is relevant for us?
  16. 16. What do people in the future value?
  17. 17. What drives us and makes sense?
  18. 18. What value can we deliver in the future?
  19. 19. What new strategic capabilities do we need?
  20. 20. What can we increase strategic agility through innovation?
  21. 21. FVG & VUCA FVG & Design Thinking …tools, methods and methodologies.

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