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Henrik Scheel
Founder & CEO
henrik@startupxp.com
Disruptive thinking and how to identify
new business opportunities
What’s the biggest threat
for businesses today?
Which industries have been disrupted in the last decade?
Which ones are next?
*dropped out of S&P 500
Short distance from
greatness to failure
DISRUPTORS
COSTS ARE GOING DOWN
• Starting
• Growing
= less risk
Two types of innovation – you need both!
Incremental VS Disruptive
The
importance of
creative
confidence
David Kelley
Co-Founder; IDEO & Stanford D-School
Global Grand
Challenges
Stress & Lobsters
PROBLEM
Fall in love with the PROBLEM
Not your solution!!
Know Thyself
What industry would you like to disrupt?
What problem would you like to solve?
Who would be your target custo...
PAINSTORMING
*use for painstorming
BUILDING THE RIGHT TEAM
Who Are You?
TheHacker
Strongpassionfortechnology
Focusesonproductandcontrolsthebackend
Specifictechnicalskills
Typicallyengineeringorc...
Can sell anything to anyone at any price anytime
Identifies opportunities for innovative business models
Breaks down any b...
The Artist
Focuses on “Front-End” User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX)
Understands how design affects the user exp...
“Whether you think you can, or you think you
can’t - you’re right!” Henry Ford
Henrik Scheel
henrik@startupxp.com
www.link...
Class 2 Henrik Scheel
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Class 2 Henrik Scheel

  1. 1. Henrik Scheel Founder & CEO henrik@startupxp.com Disruptive thinking and how to identify new business opportunities
  2. 2. What’s the biggest threat for businesses today?
  3. 3. Which industries have been disrupted in the last decade? Which ones are next?
  4. 4. *dropped out of S&P 500 Short distance from greatness to failure
  5. 5. DISRUPTORS
  6. 6. COSTS ARE GOING DOWN • Starting • Growing = less risk
  7. 7. Two types of innovation – you need both! Incremental VS Disruptive
  8. 8. The importance of creative confidence David Kelley Co-Founder; IDEO & Stanford D-School
  9. 9. Global Grand Challenges
  10. 10. Stress & Lobsters
  11. 11. PROBLEM Fall in love with the PROBLEM Not your solution!!
  12. 12. Know Thyself What industry would you like to disrupt? What problem would you like to solve? Who would be your target customer? Why do you care?
  13. 13. PAINSTORMING
  14. 14. *use for painstorming
  15. 15. BUILDING THE RIGHT TEAM
  16. 16. Who Are You?
  17. 17. TheHacker Strongpassionfortechnology Focusesonproductandcontrolsthebackend Specifictechnicalskills Typicallyengineeringorcomputersciencedegree
  18. 18. Can sell anything to anyone at any price anytime Identifies opportunities for innovative business models Breaks down any barriers Builds his/her professional network and manages it wisely Recognizes trends and sees patterns
  19. 19. The Artist Focuses on “Front-End” User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) Understands how design affects the user experience Creative and curious Sees many perspectives Observes with an open mind
  20. 20. “Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t - you’re right!” Henry Ford Henrik Scheel henrik@startupxp.com www.linkedin.com/in/henrikscheel Facebook.com/startupexperience Good luck with your entrepreneurial journey!

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