Category: Case Study
With Jugaad innovation, frugality is the new wealth. But frugal innovation might not be so easy to implement in developed societies. Collaborative platforms, and the use of APIs could be the way forward for companies. At individual and community level, FabLab is an opportunity to Jugaad innovation in our own way. Continue reading
Big Data is receiving a lot of attention and investment at the moment, with the combination of technology and analytics generating enormous possibility. As Greg Satell rightly points out, businesses that neglect Big Data will be left behind.. Continue reading
Running out of Blades…What do you think this means for Gillette in the long run? Have they given up on creating the next big thing in shaving? Are they at a dead end? Or are they simply evolving as a company? Continue reading
With every disruptive innovation project there are mountains of unknowns. A team can have a good plan in place but without all of the pieces assembled together it is almost impossible to test each individual hypothesis. This fact is what makes disruptive innovation projects so risky with a high failure rate. This is the story of Best Buy’s failed attempt to enter the Entertainment Media Label business and one leader’s insistence on making sure that the organization learned from their mistakes. Continue reading
We just wrapped up our 9th business building block sprint on Customer Relationships. In summary, the sprint for Project 1.9 completed 3 objectives: What questions to ask about Customer Relationships on the modelH canvas; Defining how to build Customer Relationships for healthcare companies; and a look at how to measure Customer Relationships for healthcare companies. To see the results, continue….
Steve Todd reports on the evolution of application workloads as a primary cause of innovation in the high-tech industry. Continue reading
Booz & Company’s annual study of R&D spending reveals the tools that are transforming innovation—from customer insight to product launch. Continue reading