Author Archives: Paul Hobcraft
“Innovation teams have been reorganized, de-layered, downsized, and (increasingly) dispersed, weakening the underlying structure of many companies ’innovation efforts.” Continue reading
This is an emerging framework to help in navigating through this three horizon evolutionary approach for so innovation can be ‘housed’ more closely within your strategic thinking methodology and approach. Continue reading
This is the third in a series on the Three Horizon Framework. I’d like to go beyond the introductions and arguments to show why this three horizon framework is really valuable for innovation. Continue reading
Previously I gave a short introduction to the three horizon approach arguing we should take a more evolutionary perspective across the entire innovation business portfolio by using this model. Going beyond that initial introduction- a trilogy of blogs now follows to extend your understanding on this more than valuable approach.
Thinking through the management of innovation have you ever considered the Three Horizons approach? Over a series of blogs I will explore and expand on this more extensively as it is often ‘touched upon’ but is worthy of exploring in a deeper way. Continue reading