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© Deloitte & Touche LLP and affiliated entities.This hospital performs more heartsurgeries each year than just about anyon...
© Deloitte & Touche LLP and affiliated entities.$20,000–$100,000Typical US hospitalFor a fraction of the price$2,000
© Deloitte & Touche LLP and affiliated entities.Vs.And has a lower mortality rate than in theUS1.4% 1.9%
© Deloitte & Touche LLP and affiliated entities.Location? Bangalore, India
© Deloitte & Touche LLP and affiliated entities.Coca-ColaCoca-Cola and Dean Kamen are working todeploy a Slingshot water p...
© Deloitte & Touche LLP and affiliated entities.….Could play a part in making education Affordable andAccessible everywher...
What do thesehave in common?
How? By creatively combininga core set of technologiesand business modelsto tackle unique problems
10A Global TrendWavemakersPublic ValueInnovatorsSteadySuppliersDouble/TripleBottom LinersCitizenChangemakers
Solution Economy in ChileSolutionEconomyTime© Deloitte & Touche LLP and affiliated entities.11
12New playersNew rolesNew forms of collaboration
1313InvestorsMulti-rational multinationalsSteady suppliersInnovatorsCitizen changemakers• Mobile• Cloud• Social• Analytics...
Where is the most excess capacity in the transportationsystem?
Add slide showing bumper to bumpertraffic in LondonAnswer: the automobile
How do you fill all those empty passenger seats inthe nation’s most congested cities?
Answer: There’s an app for that
18The convergence of geo, social and mobile hasreinvented carpooling —real-time ridesharing now gives commuters moreflexib...
Turning every car into a bus route
New mobilityservicesDynamicpricingmechanismsNew kinds ofvehiclesCar sharingBike sharingRide sharing Pay as youdriveinsuran...
How can you create your ownSolution Revolution?
22Change the lens
23Issue spotlight: ObesityIn last 25 years, obesity rateshave skyrocketed worldwide….Walmart in collaborationwith USDA pla...
Chilean double and triple bottom liners have movedbeyond shareholder value as the lone measure ofperformance
25Target the gaps
Ex-Tech EntrepreneurJay Kimmelman
Bridge’s “School in a box” modelWhat started with 1 school in 2009…..is now more than 200 schools…with a target of 1,800 s...
The specs$4Fee per month ofprivate educationfor 1 student15:1Pupil: teacherratio at a Bridgeschool47:1Pupil: teacherratio ...
30Rethink constraints
Bill EggersEmail:weggers@deloitte.comTwitter:@wdeggersWeb:williameggers.com
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Centro de Investigación Deloitte. Seminario del Sector Público: mejores prácticas para la innovación sostenible.

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Una economía orientada a las soluciones innovadoras

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  2. 2. © Deloitte & Touche LLP and affiliated entities.This hospital performs more heartsurgeries each year than just about anyonePerformed cardiac bypass surgeries in 20083,174
  3. 3. © Deloitte & Touche LLP and affiliated entities.$20,000–$100,000Typical US hospitalFor a fraction of the price$2,000
  4. 4. © Deloitte & Touche LLP and affiliated entities.Vs.And has a lower mortality rate than in theUS1.4% 1.9%
  5. 5. © Deloitte & Touche LLP and affiliated entities.Location? Bangalore, India
  6. 6. © Deloitte & Touche LLP and affiliated entities.Coca-ColaCoca-Cola and Dean Kamen are working todeploy a Slingshot water purifier—capable ofcreating 1,000 liters of potable water a day
  7. 7. © Deloitte & Touche LLP and affiliated entities.….Could play a part in making education Affordable andAccessible everywhereMassive Open Online Courses(MOOCs)
  8. 8. What do thesehave in common?
  9. 9. How? By creatively combininga core set of technologiesand business modelsto tackle unique problems
  10. 10. 10A Global TrendWavemakersPublic ValueInnovatorsSteadySuppliersDouble/TripleBottom LinersCitizenChangemakers
  11. 11. Solution Economy in ChileSolutionEconomyTime© Deloitte & Touche LLP and affiliated entities.11
  12. 12. 12New playersNew rolesNew forms of collaboration
  13. 13. 1313InvestorsMulti-rational multinationalsSteady suppliersInnovatorsCitizen changemakers• Mobile• Cloud• Social• Analytics• Franchise• Platform• Freemium• Citizen-sourcingTheSolutionEconomyTechnologiesthat disrupt andconnectBusiness modelsthat scaleThe Wavemakerswho solve problemsImpact CurrenciesCitizen capitalSocial outcomesReputationCreditsDataPublic ValueExchanges• Two-sided markets• Prizes & challenges• Impact exchanges• Crowdfunding• Payment- by ResultsSolutionEcosystemsA new way to search for solutionsSolutionEcosystems
  14. 14. Where is the most excess capacity in the transportationsystem?
  15. 15. Add slide showing bumper to bumpertraffic in LondonAnswer: the automobile
  16. 16. How do you fill all those empty passenger seats inthe nation’s most congested cities?
  17. 17. Answer: There’s an app for that
  18. 18. 18The convergence of geo, social and mobile hasreinvented carpooling —real-time ridesharing now gives commuters moreflexible options that cater to unpredictableschedules
  19. 19. Turning every car into a bus route
  20. 20. New mobilityservicesDynamicpricingmechanismsNew kinds ofvehiclesCar sharingBike sharingRide sharing Pay as youdriveinsuranceCongestionpricingSmartparkingConnectedvehiclesDriverlessvehiclesCongestionNew dataservicesMulti-modaltripplanningCrowd-sourcedtraffic dataThe emerging congestion relief ecosystemP2P carrental
  21. 21. How can you create your ownSolution Revolution?
  22. 22. 22Change the lens
  23. 23. 23Issue spotlight: ObesityIn last 25 years, obesity rateshave skyrocketed worldwide….Walmart in collaborationwith USDA plans to open 300additional stores in “FoodDeserts” by 2016 offeringaffordable groceries to about800,000 people
  24. 24. Chilean double and triple bottom liners have movedbeyond shareholder value as the lone measure ofperformance
  25. 25. 25Target the gaps
  26. 26. Ex-Tech EntrepreneurJay Kimmelman
  27. 27. Bridge’s “School in a box” modelWhat started with 1 school in 2009…..is now more than 200 schools…with a target of 1,800 schools by2015
  28. 28. The specs$4Fee per month ofprivate educationfor 1 student15:1Pupil: teacherratio at a Bridgeschool47:1Pupil: teacherratio at averageKenyan school100%Outperformingpeers on corereading
  29. 29. 30Rethink constraints
  30. 30. Bill EggersEmail:weggers@deloitte.comTwitter:@wdeggersWeb:williameggers.com

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