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Reverse Innovation<br />Concepts and Organization Changes<br />
Reverse Innovation<br /><ul><li>The main economics growth of the coming years will  be in developing countries
They are the non customers international organizations could access
Products tailored to their needs could form a platform for new global products
Global Organizations have to develop new structures and a new mindset to capture those markets</li></li></ul><li>From  the...
Globalization vs Reverse Innovation<br />Developed Locally and Marketed Globally<br />Global Innovation<br />Reverse Innov...
Developing countries Challenges<br />
New  Paradigms and Product Design<br />
Developing Economy Innovation<br />Impact of reverse innovation<br />Reverse Innovation<br /><ul><li>Reverse Innovation  a...
The needs  exist but the affordability is not present
The markets are very segmented and change quickly
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Reverse Innovation Concepts &amp; Organizational Changes

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Since the 90s organizations have &quot;discovered&quot; offshoring and moved their backoffice to low cost countries. Those low cost contries are now the main source of the world growth. By tapping in the needs of the low cost countries customers , multinationals can revitalize part of their product or service portfolio. This presentation gives an overview of this trend.

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Reverse Innovation Concepts &amp; Organizational Changes

  1. 1. Reverse Innovation<br />Concepts and Organization Changes<br />
  2. 2. Reverse Innovation<br /><ul><li>The main economics growth of the coming years will be in developing countries
  3. 3. They are the non customers international organizations could access
  4. 4. Products tailored to their needs could form a platform for new global products
  5. 5. Global Organizations have to develop new structures and a new mindset to capture those markets</li></li></ul><li>From the developing world<br />The globalization of innovative products is changing<br />
  6. 6. Globalization vs Reverse Innovation<br />Developed Locally and Marketed Globally<br />Global Innovation<br />Reverse Innovation<br />
  7. 7. Developing countries Challenges<br />
  8. 8. New Paradigms and Product Design<br />
  9. 9. Developing Economy Innovation<br />Impact of reverse innovation<br />Reverse Innovation<br /><ul><li>Reverse Innovation acts in a pull market
  10. 10. The needs exist but the affordability is not present
  11. 11. The markets are very segmented and change quickly
  12. 12. The user population is often not as knowledgeable as in developed countries
  13. 13. The technology is known and pushed to its limits due to cost and sustainability
  14. 14. The innovation open new usages in developed countries</li></ul>Major Innovation<br />Radical Innovation<br />Major<br />Customer change in behaviors<br />Incremental Innovation<br />Strategic Innovation<br />Minor<br />Destroy<br />Enhanced<br />Effect on establish organization competencies and asset<br />
  15. 15. Reverse Innovation & GE<br />The portable Ultrasound Story<br />
  16. 16. Global Company & Integration<br />Capabilities , autonomy and coordination<br />
  17. 17. Integration ,Mindset & Structure<br />Global organizations, Reverse Innovation and Changes<br />
  18. 18. SAP, SAP Reverse Innovation <br />Areas to consider for “SAP Reverse Innovation”<br />Strategy<br />System<br />Skills<br />Are Developing countries seen as a source for new products ?<br />Which mechanisms of coordination, control could be put in place or changed? <br />Which capabilities should be deployed locally and globally to sustain reverse innovation?<br />

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