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Durban Silver Lining trends presentation


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A trends presentation to stimulate discussion with the Durban Silver Lining Group re: Born Digital Firms vs Industrial Firms; and the impat of this in SA

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Durban Silver Lining trends presentation

  1. 1. Durban Silver Lining Presentation 16 February 2012 title goes here.
  2. 2. 1492 - 2000 2000 - 2008 Globalisation 1.0 & 2.0 Globalisation 3.0 Growing interdependence of Rise of www countries worldwide Outsourcing/Offshoring Cross border transactions Insourcing International capital flows Growth of start-up/entrepreneurship Collapse of Communist states; rise of The Long Tail & Freemium democracy Widespread diffusion of technology Fall of transport , communication and labour costs Rise of open innovation i.e. specialisation in IP efficiency Characterised by the MNE’s Characterised by incubators, Denominated by the quest for VC’s & Business Model Innovationproductivity gains and cost Denominated by zero marginalefficiencies cost for distribution e.g. Apps Factories Startups … Google, FB, Scribd
  3. 3. #musing … Did you know?
  4. 4. What are the trends as a result of this?... Open Innovation The emergence of disruptive (Start-ups) start-ups Business Model Innovation Social Innovation/CSR Competition collaboration
  5. 5. The next frontier?... Social Entrepreneurship
  6. 6. What do you need to consider?... Business Model Innovation How do you make technology work for your business? Marketing Evolution Ego-centric demand Allocentric Demand Social Entrepreneurship Innovation for the base of the pyramid Open Innovation Engaging human intellectual resources Born Industrial Born Digital
  7. 7. “Learning is the indispensible investment required for success in the knowledge age, where is your business on the curve?”
  8. 8.