Missed Clayton Christensen? Here's the recap
Disruptive Innovation and common misconceptions about drivers of growth
On 29 August 2014, we gathered in Copenhagen for Implement Thought Leaders 2014. Nearly 1,300 clients and friends of Implement were present at the lecture and subsequent Q&A held by one of the world’s most influential management thinkers, Harvard Professor Clayton Christensen.
Business Model Innovation
Short-term competitive advantage is created by exploiting existing business models. However, in the long term, all markets mature, competition intensifies and turbulence increases. Consequently, new sources of growth must be explored, and fresh answers to enduring success must be found.
Business Model Innovation in practice
Short term competitive advantage is created by exploiting existing business models. But in the long term all markets mature, competition intensifies and turbulence increases. Consequently, new sources of growth must be explored and fresh answers to enduring success must be found.
Why it hurts to listen to Clayton
A short while ago, Harvard Professor Clayton M. Christensen from Harvard Business School visited Denmark and Norway to speak on the subject he is most passionate about; disruptive innovation. To Norwegian listeners, it was a painful speech. It hurts to hear his views; because they are alarmingly relevant.
Taking risks and stimulating radical ideas while still delivering bottom line results. Not an easy task, but we can help you master this balance.
Open innovation and user-centred design
Discovery-driven innovation opens new business opportunities. But to get full value out of this, you need to involve your customers, your partners and your competitors.
Doing the right things – and doing them in the right way. That is what effective innovation is all about. We apply Lean Innovation to define the ‘right things’ and the ‘right way’ for your organisation.