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Venture Path
Helping corporates grow
like startups
Venture Path is Deloitte’s approach for
enabling large enterprises to respond to
disruption and innovate in a digital world.
The proposition is designed to help them
sustainably launch new business models
and embed lean startup innovation in
their organisation.
Venture Path
0202
What is lean startup?
Lean startup is a scientific approach
to innovation that focuses on testing
and iterating ideas based on real-world
feedback, throughout development.
This contrasts with approaches typically
taken by established organisations,
which tend to make large-scale
investment decisions
based on detailed, yet untested
business plans.
Why does this matter?
With digital disruption accelerating,
large corporates increasingly need to
innovate to survive.
For organisations that manage to
successfully adopt lean startup at
scale, there are a number of powerful
benefits, including:
•• Radically improved speed and ability
to respond to disruption
•• Significantly reduced risk and cost of
innovation
•• Better performing products and
services, tailored to customer
preferences
BUILD MEASURE
LEARN
03
© Deloitte 2017
Lean startup is no longer a new concept,
but our clients consistently struggle to
embed disruptive innovation in their
organisations. We developed Venture
Path in order to create a comprehensive
answer to common questions we have
been asked by clients.
“What’s the best way to test and build new
business models?”
“What are the right structures, roles
and processes we need to innovate
more effectively?”
“How can we consistently track and
measure all of our innovation activity?”
Why Venture Path?
Venture Path
04
What is included within Venture Path?
Venture Path is made up of three key components. Each component is valuable to
an organisation in its own right, but it is the combination of all three that creates a
sustainable and efficient innovation engine.
Venture Path Method
The lean startup methodology to test
and validate new ideas as quickly and
inexpensively as possible
Venture Path Structure
The blueprint structures, roles and
processes need to run and govern lean
innovation in large enterprises, from idea
generation to scaling
Venture Path Platform
The software platform to track and
measure lean innovation activity at scale
Venture Path
05
Method
Venture Path
06
Venture Path Method includes Deloitte’s lean startup process to help
clients test and validate new ideas as quickly and cheaply as possible
Venture Path Method
Overview
What are the benefits?
•	 An ability to innovate faster and cheaper than traditional
approaches, avoiding wasted time and resources
•	 The opportunity to de-risk investments by validating
concepts as early as possible and throughout
their development
•	 A repeatable, process that can be embedded in an
organisation to test and develop new ideas
The Venture Path Method encourages organisations to
take a different approach to innovation; one that embraces
entrepreneurial thinking, rapid experimentation and accepts
a degree of failure. This is because the ultimate goal at the
start of any new venture should be to learn quickly, not grow
quickly. Companies that target revenue growth too early are
almost certain to fail.
START THE VALUE HYPOTHESIS THE GROWTH HYPOTHESIS
Are we creating a product or
service that genuinely creates
value for a consumer?
How will new customers
discover and purchase
our product?
Product-
Market fit
Venture Path
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© Deloitte 2017
How does the
method work?
1 2 3
Establishing
PROBLEM-SOLUTION
Fit
Developing
MINIMUM VIABLE
PRODUCTS
(MVPs)
Trading the
PILOT VENTURE
STOP STOP STOP
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sinessModel
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ValueProposi
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ValueProposi
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ValueProposi
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Capabilities and Structure Capabilities and Structure Capabilities and Structure
01. Is there demand?
(The value proposition)
02. Is it worth it?
(The business model)
03. Can we do it?
(Capabilities and structure)
Venture Path includes a three-step process to
test and validate new ideas. At each step we
explore the following three questions:
At each stage, If the answer to these questions is ‘yes’, the concept proceeds to the next step,
otherwise it is iterated or ultimately killed. The burden of proof increases at each step, so that by
the end of the Venture Path process, an idea will have been rigorously tested through real-world
experimentation and be ready for further investment to scale.
Venture Path
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Typical
approaches
To embed the Venture Path methodology
in an organisation, there are two
key approaches:
Deep-dive projects
We work with client teams on a specific venture idea and run the Venture Path
process as a joint project. The venture becomes a proof of concept to transfer lean
start-up knowledge to the organisation, before helping to scale the approach to
other teams. These projects run in monthly sprints and are typically a minimum
of 3 months.
Training programmes
We create and run internal training programmes for innovation project managers
and senior stakeholders across an organisation to teach the concepts to a wider
audience. The sessions are designed to be interactive with workshops and team
exercises to apply the methodology over the duration of the course. Depending
upon the size of the organisation, the programmes are either in a focused 1-2 week
period or spaced out as 1-day sessions over a number of weeks.
To find out more about how the Venture Path method could be applied within your organisation,
please email venturepath@deloitte.co.uk.
and/or
Venture Path
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Structure
Venture Path
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Validate Demand Iterate  improve Set actionable
metrics
Structure for
accountability
Innovation is
a profession
•	 Many initiatives and
ventures die not because
they cannot be built but
because customers simply
do not want them enough
•	 Companies tend to have
a view of what their
customers want, but
nothing beats asking them
directly and measuring
their response
•	 New products are often
developed under the
assumption that once they
are built, the job is done
•	 In reality, concepts rarely
survive first contact with
real customers and it is
crucial to adapt them.
Similarly, technologies
advance and expectations
change so it is critical to
evolve propositions over
time to remain competitive
•	 When corporates invest
in an idea, they rarely set
measurable goals or track
progress in a meaningful
way. The metrics used
to measure established
business units simply do
not work for new, as yet
unvalidated ventures
•	 Without access to data
on the key metrics of the
venture, it is impossible to
make informed business
decisions
•	 Large enterprises
can sometimes treat
innovation as an ‘edge
of desk’ activity; cost
optimisation is ingrained
in our business culture but
can be fatal to getting new
ideas off the ground
•	 New ventures require
dedicated resources with
autonomy and control,
unhindered by corporate
bureaucracy
•	 The capabilities and
culture befitting rapid
innovation are not typical
of those seen in companies
delivering scaled,
established business
models
•	 Whether through hiring,
upskilling and coaching
existing teams or
developing partnerships,
businesses must find ways
of developing innovation
capabilities
We have developed
some key principles for
delivering and governing
new innovation initiatives,
based on our extensive
observations regarding
the common problems
organisations experience
in this domain:
Venture Path Structure is Deloitte’s set of blueprint structures, roles and processes
needed to run lean innovation in large enterprises, from idea generation to scaling.
Venture Path Structure
Overview
Venture Path
Structure
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ONGOING 1. IDEATION 2. PRIORITISATION
Communications
and culture
Idea generation FilterIdea collation Concept discovery
Selection
 funding
•	 Where will innovation be owned
– within the core business or in
a separate team?
•	 What internal and external
communications
are needed?
•	 How can Leadership
best endorse and incentivise
innovation?
•	 Do we need to coach the
business in more innovative
ways of working and thinking?
•	 What buy-in is required to
ensure strategic alignment?
•	 According to which criteria
will we filter innovation
initiatives?
•	 Who will share and enrich
ideas so that they have:
–– Target personas and
segments?
–– A proposition value
hypothesis?
–– Supporting user
journeys or wireframes?
•	 Do we need to allocate
‘venture builders’ for this?
•	 Is it a full-time role?
•	 Who selects and funds ideas
for further development?
•	 What does a ‘pitch‘ for
funding need to look like?
•	 How will we consistently
prioritise what to pursue
first?
•	 How will we generate new ideas?
Do need to run innovation
sessions? How often? With
whom?
•	 How can we crowdsource ideas?
•	 How will we ‘scan the horizon’ to
track the latest trends and work
this insight into our plans?
•	 How can we identify customer
and partner ‘pain points’ or
requests?
•	 Who owns and co-ordinates
the innovation portfolio?
•	 How can we ensure it is
categorized and aligned to
our strategy and is balanced
across Core, Adjacent and
New products, markets and
channels?
DROP GO
Deloitte’s Venture Path Structure includes a framework for how to manage innovations from the inception of an idea through to scaling it into a fully-fledged business
model (or not) within the context of large businesses that lack the lean management systems of smaller scale start-ups
COACHING
ENDORSEMENT
COMMUNICATIONS
Questions addressed by VenturePath Structure:
Venture Path
Structure
Rapid prototyping
and testing
Review and decision Product development
Investment case
and go-to-market
Scaling into the existing
management system
DROP SCALE
Our work with clients in this domain involves helping them to implement he specific structures, roles and processes that best enable their organisation to deliver and
govern lean startup innovation in this mould.
Establishing
PROBLEM-
SOLUTION
Fit
Developing
MINIMUM
VIABLE
PRODUCTS
(MVPs)
Trading the
PILOT
VENTURE
STOP STOP STOP
Bu
sinessModel
ITER
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ITER
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ITER
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PROCEED  PROCEED  PROCEED 
Bu
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Bu
sinessModel
ValueProposi
tion
ValueProposi
tion
ValueProposi
tion
Capabilities and Structure Capabilities and Structure Capabilities and Structure
3. INCUBATION AND VALIDATION 4. SCALE AND GROW
•	 How much (budgetary)
discretion do venture
builders have?
•	 What processes need to be
followed (if any) to gather insight
and feedback from customers
and the rest of the business?
•	 Should we have ‘ring-fenced’
teams to deliver MVPs and Pilots
•	 What return do we require, over
what period?
•	 How will we determine whether
to:
–– Deliver the new product or
service internally?
–– Partner with another
organisation?
–– Acquire the capabilities
we need via another
business?
•	 How often should we meet to
review progress?
•	 What needs to be agreed at the
start of each sprint or iteration?
•	 How will we determine who
owns the product or service?
•	 Should we incorporate the
roadmap into our broader
technology landscape?
How? When?
•	 Do we have the capabilities
and tools we need to
manage and grow new digital
business models?
•	 What metrics and performance
reporting cycles should we have
in place for our established
businesses?
Venture Path
Structure
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Typical
approaches
How, where and to what degree each business can best employ the activities and tools required for lean innovation varies according
to the existing strategy, culture and structure. We employ the the Venture Path Structure framework as part of a collaborative,
iterative approach to helping our clients make important choices across a number of key areas, including:
Processes
The activities, decision
points and investment
cycles required to
systematically generate,
prioritize, deliver and scale
new initiatives
Governance and funding
The investment pots,
decision criteria and
forums required to
effectively ensure a return
on the business’ innovation
investment and alignment
to strategy
People and culture
The roles, skills and
behaviours required for
effective lean startup
innovation in different
sectors and domains
Organisation structure
How these activities
and capabilities come
together across structures
and reporting lines to
yield success in complex
businesses with multiple
divisions and/or priorities
Data and information
The minimal KPIs and
reports needed to
effectively administer and
make informed decisions
regarding a rolling
innovation portfolio
Tools and technologies
The templates, frameworks
and platforms via which
innovation will be executed
and managed
Venture Path
Structure
14
We apply our own lean startup ethos when shaping the structure and processes
best suited to each of our clients:
Phase 1 - CONSTRUCT  REFINE Phase 2 - EMBED  OPTIMISE
ITERATE
•	 Workshops with
proven frameworks
and templates
•	 Refinment with ley
stakeholders
•	 Scenario workshops
with broader leaders
and stakeholders
•	 Organisational KPIs set
•	 Personnel coached
through delivery of a
venture through the model
•	 Action plan to embed and
communicate
Model Hypothesis Stress test Implement  Measure
To find out more about how Venture Path Structure could be
applied within your organisation, please email
venturepath@deloitte.co.uk.
What are the benefits?
•	 Fast identification of key starting points for change
•	 Early, tangible outcomes that demonstrate the value
of innovation
•	 Continuous improvement of the model, through KPIs
aligned to the organisation’s goals
Venture Path
Structure
15
Platform
Venture Path
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Venture Path Platform is Deloitte’s software platform that helps clients
execute, track and measure lean innovation activity at scale
Venture Path Platform
Overview
Benefits for portfolio managers  senior management
•	 Ability to scale the venture portfolio using a consistent, best-
practice approach to evaluate ideas
•	 Visibility into the metrics that matter across the entire
venture portfolio
•	 Opportunity to save time and money on wasted efforts by
quickly pivoting or validating business ideas
Good venture builders are hard to come by. Even after training,
most corporates do not have enough venturing experts to
be able to manage a portfolio at scale. The platform not only
helps give venture builders the guidance they need to become
experts, but helps portfolio managers make more informed
investment decisions by giving them the insight they need.
Benefits for venture builders
•	 Step-by-step guidance through the optimal process to test
and validate new business ideas
•	 Ability to track and manage uncertainties as they evolve,
with recommendations into what to test next
•	 Access to best-practice tips and tricks at each stage of
the process
Our platform delivers benefit to two primary stakeholder groups: venture builders and senior management
Venture Path
Platform
17
Venture Path Platform incorporates the
Venture Path methodology into a software
platform that breaks down the entire process
into three phases:
There are sets of outcomes that must be
reached in each phase before the Venture
Builder is able to progress to the next phase.
Venture Path Platform has a series of
built-in modules and tools to help achieve the
outcomes and record progress as the
concept evolves.
VenturePlanSearch Craig Dawson
3
Net increase of 160% in 3 months
Brief description of the venture which will be truncated after a single line.
Mollie Hart Jesse Powers +6 More
Venture Manager Lead Strategist Expand
PerformanceStatus
$23,743
Investment to date
$123,954
Revenue
Net increase of 160% in 3 months
36/80
Outcomes achieved
This venture is currently on-track to be verified.
Keep following the VenturePlan steps to ensure
the process is accurately documented.
Dashboard Portfolio Manager
Highlights Total Investments
Venture #1 January 13, 2017
Start Date
$40M
Investment to date
5
Ventures
12
In progress
6
Validated
2
Invalidated
$2M
Spend to date
Ventures
Venture Pathplatform.com
How does it
work?
Typical
approaches
The platform is currently in development, and we are working
with clients to test and pilot the concept – we call these early
tester ‘Client Zeros’. As a ‘Client Zero’, organisations get access
to the early-stage MVP of Venture Path Platform which has
been built using Excel. The Excel prototype is being used to
test the structure and process that will be used to develop the
later-stage software version. There are a number of benefits to
participating in this early prototyping phase:
• Early-stage access to the Venture Path Platform
• Guidance from a Deloitte venturing expert at no cost
• The ability to provide input into, and tailor the platform to
specific needs
• Early access to future Deloitte products
If you are interested in finding out more about the Venture Path Platform or in becoming
a ‘Client Zero’, please email venturepath@deloitte.co.uk.
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Venture Path
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Venture Path

  • 1. Venture Path Helping corporates grow like startups
  • 2. Venture Path is Deloitte’s approach for enabling large enterprises to respond to disruption and innovate in a digital world. The proposition is designed to help them sustainably launch new business models and embed lean startup innovation in their organisation. Venture Path 0202
  • 3. What is lean startup? Lean startup is a scientific approach to innovation that focuses on testing and iterating ideas based on real-world feedback, throughout development. This contrasts with approaches typically taken by established organisations, which tend to make large-scale investment decisions based on detailed, yet untested business plans. Why does this matter? With digital disruption accelerating, large corporates increasingly need to innovate to survive. For organisations that manage to successfully adopt lean startup at scale, there are a number of powerful benefits, including: •• Radically improved speed and ability to respond to disruption •• Significantly reduced risk and cost of innovation •• Better performing products and services, tailored to customer preferences BUILD MEASURE LEARN 03 © Deloitte 2017
  • 4. Lean startup is no longer a new concept, but our clients consistently struggle to embed disruptive innovation in their organisations. We developed Venture Path in order to create a comprehensive answer to common questions we have been asked by clients. “What’s the best way to test and build new business models?” “What are the right structures, roles and processes we need to innovate more effectively?” “How can we consistently track and measure all of our innovation activity?” Why Venture Path? Venture Path 04
  • 5. What is included within Venture Path? Venture Path is made up of three key components. Each component is valuable to an organisation in its own right, but it is the combination of all three that creates a sustainable and efficient innovation engine. Venture Path Method The lean startup methodology to test and validate new ideas as quickly and inexpensively as possible Venture Path Structure The blueprint structures, roles and processes need to run and govern lean innovation in large enterprises, from idea generation to scaling Venture Path Platform The software platform to track and measure lean innovation activity at scale Venture Path 05
  • 7. Venture Path Method includes Deloitte’s lean startup process to help clients test and validate new ideas as quickly and cheaply as possible Venture Path Method Overview What are the benefits? • An ability to innovate faster and cheaper than traditional approaches, avoiding wasted time and resources • The opportunity to de-risk investments by validating concepts as early as possible and throughout their development • A repeatable, process that can be embedded in an organisation to test and develop new ideas The Venture Path Method encourages organisations to take a different approach to innovation; one that embraces entrepreneurial thinking, rapid experimentation and accepts a degree of failure. This is because the ultimate goal at the start of any new venture should be to learn quickly, not grow quickly. Companies that target revenue growth too early are almost certain to fail. START THE VALUE HYPOTHESIS THE GROWTH HYPOTHESIS Are we creating a product or service that genuinely creates value for a consumer? How will new customers discover and purchase our product? Product- Market fit Venture Path 07 © Deloitte 2017
  • 8. How does the method work? 1 2 3 Establishing PROBLEM-SOLUTION Fit Developing MINIMUM VIABLE PRODUCTS (MVPs) Trading the PILOT VENTURE STOP STOP STOP Bu sinessModel ITER ATE ITER ATE ITER ATE PROCEED PROCEED PROCEED Bu sinessModel Bu sinessModel ValueProposi tion ValueProposi tion ValueProposi tion Capabilities and Structure Capabilities and Structure Capabilities and Structure 01. Is there demand? (The value proposition) 02. Is it worth it? (The business model) 03. Can we do it? (Capabilities and structure) Venture Path includes a three-step process to test and validate new ideas. At each step we explore the following three questions: At each stage, If the answer to these questions is ‘yes’, the concept proceeds to the next step, otherwise it is iterated or ultimately killed. The burden of proof increases at each step, so that by the end of the Venture Path process, an idea will have been rigorously tested through real-world experimentation and be ready for further investment to scale. Venture Path 08
  • 9. Typical approaches To embed the Venture Path methodology in an organisation, there are two key approaches: Deep-dive projects We work with client teams on a specific venture idea and run the Venture Path process as a joint project. The venture becomes a proof of concept to transfer lean start-up knowledge to the organisation, before helping to scale the approach to other teams. These projects run in monthly sprints and are typically a minimum of 3 months. Training programmes We create and run internal training programmes for innovation project managers and senior stakeholders across an organisation to teach the concepts to a wider audience. The sessions are designed to be interactive with workshops and team exercises to apply the methodology over the duration of the course. Depending upon the size of the organisation, the programmes are either in a focused 1-2 week period or spaced out as 1-day sessions over a number of weeks. To find out more about how the Venture Path method could be applied within your organisation, please email venturepath@deloitte.co.uk. and/or Venture Path 09
  • 11. Validate Demand Iterate improve Set actionable metrics Structure for accountability Innovation is a profession • Many initiatives and ventures die not because they cannot be built but because customers simply do not want them enough • Companies tend to have a view of what their customers want, but nothing beats asking them directly and measuring their response • New products are often developed under the assumption that once they are built, the job is done • In reality, concepts rarely survive first contact with real customers and it is crucial to adapt them. Similarly, technologies advance and expectations change so it is critical to evolve propositions over time to remain competitive • When corporates invest in an idea, they rarely set measurable goals or track progress in a meaningful way. The metrics used to measure established business units simply do not work for new, as yet unvalidated ventures • Without access to data on the key metrics of the venture, it is impossible to make informed business decisions • Large enterprises can sometimes treat innovation as an ‘edge of desk’ activity; cost optimisation is ingrained in our business culture but can be fatal to getting new ideas off the ground • New ventures require dedicated resources with autonomy and control, unhindered by corporate bureaucracy • The capabilities and culture befitting rapid innovation are not typical of those seen in companies delivering scaled, established business models • Whether through hiring, upskilling and coaching existing teams or developing partnerships, businesses must find ways of developing innovation capabilities We have developed some key principles for delivering and governing new innovation initiatives, based on our extensive observations regarding the common problems organisations experience in this domain: Venture Path Structure is Deloitte’s set of blueprint structures, roles and processes needed to run lean innovation in large enterprises, from idea generation to scaling. Venture Path Structure Overview Venture Path Structure 11
  • 12. ONGOING 1. IDEATION 2. PRIORITISATION Communications and culture Idea generation FilterIdea collation Concept discovery Selection funding • Where will innovation be owned – within the core business or in a separate team? • What internal and external communications are needed? • How can Leadership best endorse and incentivise innovation? • Do we need to coach the business in more innovative ways of working and thinking? • What buy-in is required to ensure strategic alignment? • According to which criteria will we filter innovation initiatives? • Who will share and enrich ideas so that they have: –– Target personas and segments? –– A proposition value hypothesis? –– Supporting user journeys or wireframes? • Do we need to allocate ‘venture builders’ for this? • Is it a full-time role? • Who selects and funds ideas for further development? • What does a ‘pitch‘ for funding need to look like? • How will we consistently prioritise what to pursue first? • How will we generate new ideas? Do need to run innovation sessions? How often? With whom? • How can we crowdsource ideas? • How will we ‘scan the horizon’ to track the latest trends and work this insight into our plans? • How can we identify customer and partner ‘pain points’ or requests? • Who owns and co-ordinates the innovation portfolio? • How can we ensure it is categorized and aligned to our strategy and is balanced across Core, Adjacent and New products, markets and channels? DROP GO Deloitte’s Venture Path Structure includes a framework for how to manage innovations from the inception of an idea through to scaling it into a fully-fledged business model (or not) within the context of large businesses that lack the lean management systems of smaller scale start-ups COACHING ENDORSEMENT COMMUNICATIONS Questions addressed by VenturePath Structure: Venture Path Structure
  • 13. Rapid prototyping and testing Review and decision Product development Investment case and go-to-market Scaling into the existing management system DROP SCALE Our work with clients in this domain involves helping them to implement he specific structures, roles and processes that best enable their organisation to deliver and govern lean startup innovation in this mould. Establishing PROBLEM- SOLUTION Fit Developing MINIMUM VIABLE PRODUCTS (MVPs) Trading the PILOT VENTURE STOP STOP STOP Bu sinessModel ITER ATE ITER ATE ITER ATE PROCEED PROCEED PROCEED Bu sinessModel Bu sinessModel ValueProposi tion ValueProposi tion ValueProposi tion Capabilities and Structure Capabilities and Structure Capabilities and Structure 3. INCUBATION AND VALIDATION 4. SCALE AND GROW • How much (budgetary) discretion do venture builders have? • What processes need to be followed (if any) to gather insight and feedback from customers and the rest of the business? • Should we have ‘ring-fenced’ teams to deliver MVPs and Pilots • What return do we require, over what period? • How will we determine whether to: –– Deliver the new product or service internally? –– Partner with another organisation? –– Acquire the capabilities we need via another business? • How often should we meet to review progress? • What needs to be agreed at the start of each sprint or iteration? • How will we determine who owns the product or service? • Should we incorporate the roadmap into our broader technology landscape? How? When? • Do we have the capabilities and tools we need to manage and grow new digital business models? • What metrics and performance reporting cycles should we have in place for our established businesses? Venture Path Structure 13
  • 14. Typical approaches How, where and to what degree each business can best employ the activities and tools required for lean innovation varies according to the existing strategy, culture and structure. We employ the the Venture Path Structure framework as part of a collaborative, iterative approach to helping our clients make important choices across a number of key areas, including: Processes The activities, decision points and investment cycles required to systematically generate, prioritize, deliver and scale new initiatives Governance and funding The investment pots, decision criteria and forums required to effectively ensure a return on the business’ innovation investment and alignment to strategy People and culture The roles, skills and behaviours required for effective lean startup innovation in different sectors and domains Organisation structure How these activities and capabilities come together across structures and reporting lines to yield success in complex businesses with multiple divisions and/or priorities Data and information The minimal KPIs and reports needed to effectively administer and make informed decisions regarding a rolling innovation portfolio Tools and technologies The templates, frameworks and platforms via which innovation will be executed and managed Venture Path Structure 14
  • 15. We apply our own lean startup ethos when shaping the structure and processes best suited to each of our clients: Phase 1 - CONSTRUCT REFINE Phase 2 - EMBED OPTIMISE ITERATE • Workshops with proven frameworks and templates • Refinment with ley stakeholders • Scenario workshops with broader leaders and stakeholders • Organisational KPIs set • Personnel coached through delivery of a venture through the model • Action plan to embed and communicate Model Hypothesis Stress test Implement Measure To find out more about how Venture Path Structure could be applied within your organisation, please email venturepath@deloitte.co.uk. What are the benefits? • Fast identification of key starting points for change • Early, tangible outcomes that demonstrate the value of innovation • Continuous improvement of the model, through KPIs aligned to the organisation’s goals Venture Path Structure 15
  • 17. Venture Path Platform is Deloitte’s software platform that helps clients execute, track and measure lean innovation activity at scale Venture Path Platform Overview Benefits for portfolio managers senior management • Ability to scale the venture portfolio using a consistent, best- practice approach to evaluate ideas • Visibility into the metrics that matter across the entire venture portfolio • Opportunity to save time and money on wasted efforts by quickly pivoting or validating business ideas Good venture builders are hard to come by. Even after training, most corporates do not have enough venturing experts to be able to manage a portfolio at scale. The platform not only helps give venture builders the guidance they need to become experts, but helps portfolio managers make more informed investment decisions by giving them the insight they need. Benefits for venture builders • Step-by-step guidance through the optimal process to test and validate new business ideas • Ability to track and manage uncertainties as they evolve, with recommendations into what to test next • Access to best-practice tips and tricks at each stage of the process Our platform delivers benefit to two primary stakeholder groups: venture builders and senior management Venture Path Platform 17
  • 18. Venture Path Platform incorporates the Venture Path methodology into a software platform that breaks down the entire process into three phases: There are sets of outcomes that must be reached in each phase before the Venture Builder is able to progress to the next phase. Venture Path Platform has a series of built-in modules and tools to help achieve the outcomes and record progress as the concept evolves. VenturePlanSearch Craig Dawson 3 Net increase of 160% in 3 months Brief description of the venture which will be truncated after a single line. Mollie Hart Jesse Powers +6 More Venture Manager Lead Strategist Expand PerformanceStatus $23,743 Investment to date $123,954 Revenue Net increase of 160% in 3 months 36/80 Outcomes achieved This venture is currently on-track to be verified. Keep following the VenturePlan steps to ensure the process is accurately documented. Dashboard Portfolio Manager Highlights Total Investments Venture #1 January 13, 2017 Start Date $40M Investment to date 5 Ventures 12 In progress 6 Validated 2 Invalidated $2M Spend to date Ventures Venture Pathplatform.com How does it work? Typical approaches The platform is currently in development, and we are working with clients to test and pilot the concept – we call these early tester ‘Client Zeros’. As a ‘Client Zero’, organisations get access to the early-stage MVP of Venture Path Platform which has been built using Excel. The Excel prototype is being used to test the structure and process that will be used to develop the later-stage software version. There are a number of benefits to participating in this early prototyping phase: • Early-stage access to the Venture Path Platform • Guidance from a Deloitte venturing expert at no cost • The ability to provide input into, and tailor the platform to specific needs • Early access to future Deloitte products If you are interested in finding out more about the Venture Path Platform or in becoming a ‘Client Zero’, please email venturepath@deloitte.co.uk. 1 2 3 STOP STOP STOP Bu sinessModel ITER ATE ITER ATE ITER ATE PROCEED PROCEED PROCEED Bu sinessModel Bu sinessModel ValueProposi tion ValueProposi tion ValueProposi tion Capabilities and Structure Capabilities and Structure Capabilities and Structure Venture Path Platform 18
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