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Product vs Service innovation
 
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Dr. Jay van Zyl, SystemicLogic Group CEO, discusses product vs service innovation. (10 of 10)
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Product and Service Development
 
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Subscribe to CUSTOMER ACCELERATOR: http://www.smallbusinesselite.co.uk/customer-accelerator/ Video transcript: Have you ever watched Dragons Den on the television? Now what you have to remember is that the people who are on the panel are successful business owners and entrepreneurs in their own right so have seen it, done it, and have a good idea what makes a good product or service. That is why they are often amazed by some of the people who pitch on the show. How often do we see a pitch about a product or service for which there will never be a demand! And sadly, more often than not, these same people have invested everything they own to 'create' this product that will never find a buyer. It's as simple as this ... if you want to make money to have to sell your goods or services to other people, your target audience. But they can only be your target audience if your goods or services match their needs or wants. Every selling proposition moves a potential customer either closer to desire or further away from pain so your products or solutions have to be tailored to their needs or wants. You should be looking at your products or services and seeing have they fit in with what your clients want and not with what you want, or your family wants, or even what your employees want. Let's have a look at some examples to illustrate the point I'm trying to make .... 1. You're a self-employed plumber who insists that your customers pay cash and there's no paper work ... your customers actually want a receipt and written guarantee with the option to pay with a debit card 2. You're a self-employed plumber who doesn't take cash, provides a receipt for all of your work, and gives a guarantee ... your customers want the cheapest possible price and want to pay cash 3. You design a rain proof coat from a special material meaning that it is dry again within minutes no matter how wet it is. Comes with a hefty price tag ... your customers are happy with an inexpensive fold away coat These aren't particularly great examples but what I'm trying to do is illustrate the fact that you can't sell what your audience doesn't want or need. So in practical terms what do your products or services do to meet the needs or wants of your target market? Are there things you could add to your service that would increase the positive experience of your customer? Actions Take a look at the products or services you offer to your customers and check ... Are you providing the ideal service or product for your customers ... for example, if you sold wood flooring do you provide a delivery service? 1. Could you improve your customers experience ... for example if you sold wood flooring could you provide videos on your website or from the manufacturer on how to fit it correctly? Could you happily recommend tradesmen who would enhance or compliment your local brand to ensure it is fitted properly thereby giving them the floor they dreamed about? 2. If you do provide 'free' delivery do you offer a discount if they take it away themselves for customers who want the keenest prices? 3. Could you create sample packs of your flooring with a deposit (to encourage them to return to your business) so that they can go home with the samples and choose the exact colour or finish they wanted? 4. Take that one step further ... could you send someone to their house (by appointment) to show them a selected range and receive advice on which way the floor could be laid to reduce costs or achieve a better finish? Final Note Don't forget, as a local business owner, the greatest source of information for all of these types of questions are your current customers. As them what they thought of your service, your products etc. What would they have been willing t pay more for and what would did they not like paying for? Answering these questions will enable you to provide a range of products or services. Again, as an example using the flooring we were discussing earlier ... Product A - discounted price on your flooring, take it away today Product A - regular price with free delivery Product A - premium price with free delivery and free fitting by guaranteed tradesman It doesn't matter what you sell or do, every product or service can have various price points and packages. Take the time to look at your business if you are providing the goods or services your customers are looking for or are they going elsewhere, to your competitors because you don't meet their needs? Further Resources: Membership site: http://www.smallbusinesselite.co.uk Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/smallbusinesselite Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/109944232888714697316/
Views: 7805 Steve Brown
Course Intro - Product and Service Innovation Workshop
 
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This is the intro lesson from the full course - Innovate! - A Practical Product and Service Innovation Workshop. To view the full course go to: https://www.udemy.com/innovate-a-practical-product-service-innovation-workshop/
Views: 61 Amir Elion
International Institute of Product and Service Innovation (IIPSI)
 
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The International Institute for Product and Service Innovation (IIPSI) helps West Midlands SMEs access world leading technology to develop new products and services.
Views: 314 WMG Warwick
Innovation and Product Management - Master's Degree Programme
 
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Intensifying global competition means that innovation is becoming increasingly important for international companies. The sustainable development of product innovations can only be secured by networking of marketing, design and technology in combination with strategic thinking. ► www.fh-ooe.at/ipm-ma
Views: 1038 FH OÖ Wels
Product - Development Stages
 
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This video explores the 8 stages of product development. As well, it helps identify what we mean by 'product' and where the development process fits into the Marketing Mix.
Views: 217647 Jason Richea
What is Service Design?
 
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A short animation explaining the basics of service design. Learn more at http://What-Is-Service-Design.com Made by: http://YosefShuman.com
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Make Service Innovation Simple
 
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Framework and tips to kick off Service Innovation.
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Product Development and Innovation
 
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What is a Product Development and Innovation engineer? With a bachelor of science in engineering degree in Product Development and Innovation you will be the project manager. You will be the one managing the entire manufacturing process -- from idea to final product. And you will be able to see the potential of new technology and know how to turn it into business. This programme is offered in English. Admission area code 17890 http://www.sdu.dk/en/Uddannelse/Bachelor/PDI_product_devel_Innovation_ing.aspx
Innovation in Management
 
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After completing this course you will be able to explain innovation and how it is being used by today’s managers. Organizational change is defined as the adoption of a new idea or behavior by an organization. Sometimes change and innovation are spurred by forces outside the organization. Other times, managers within the company see a need for product or service innovations, for creating greater efficiencies in operations, or for other alterations to keep the organization profitable. Two concepts that address the need for change in today’s environment are disruptive innovation and the ambidextrous approach. Every organization must change and innovate to survive.
Views: 136 Gregg Learning
Change and Innovation in Management
 
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Organizational change is defined as the adoption of a new idea or behavior by an organization. Sometimes change and innovation are spurred by forces outside the organization. Other times, managers within the company see a need for product or service innovations, for creating greater efficiencies in operations, or for other alterations to keep the organization profitable. Two concepts that address the need for change in today’s environment are disruptive innovation and the ambidextrous approach. Disruptive innovation refers to innovations in products, services, or processes that radically change competition in an industry, such as the advent of streaming video or e-books. An ambidextrous approach means incorporating structures and processes that are appropriate for both the creative impulse and the systematic implementation of innovations. Every organization must change and innovate to survive. Change is all about a transformation or modification. Resistance to change is one explanation for why implementing change is so difficult. People resist change for several reasons, and understanding the reasons is a good start toward knowing how to bring about needed change in organizations. These reasons for resistance are legitimate in the eyes of employees affected by the change. Managers should not ignore resistance; instead, they should diagnose the reasons and design strategies to gain acceptance by users. Many people prefer the status quo and tend to resist change. The biggest obstacle to organizational change is the fear of personal loss. Other reasons why people resist change are lack of understanding and trust, uncertainty, and different assessments and goals.
Views: 514 Gregg Learning
Innovation Strategy - Product and Service Innovation Workshop
 
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This is the strategy lesson from the full course - Innovate! - A Practical Product and Service Innovation Workshop. To view the full course go to: https://www.udemy.com/innovate-a-practical-product-service-innovation-workshop/
Views: 143 Amir Elion
Business Model Innovation
 
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The fourth part of the series shows how innovations come into being and what myths they are associated with. For more information on BMI see http://www.bmilab.com/ For more Information on the Business Model Innovation Certificate - a certificate of advanced studies set in St. Gallen and in the Silicon Valley - see http://item-executives.com/bmi-certificate/ © University of St.Gallen (HSG) Text & Concept by Prof. Dr. Oliver Gassmann (http://bit.ly/HfkHSU) Production: http://www.zense.ch Academic Director of the video series: Prof. Dr. Thomas Beschorner To watch the first "Little Green Bags" video on corporate social responsibility (CSR), please go to http://youtu.be/E0NkGtNU_9w To watch the second "Little Green Bags" video on the ten myths of entrepreneurship, please go to http://youtu.be/G8gRkJ9cnzo To watch the third "Little Green Bags" video on the energy revolution, please go to http://youtu.be/5lcgGs3UUg4 Learn more online: http://bit.ly/17dU7pP Become our friend on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/HSGUniStGallen Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/HSGStGallen
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Institutionalizing Innovation with Services and products from SAP
 
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Innovation isn't a luxury. It's a necessity, but it is not that easy to institutionalize it. That's why SAP developed the Innovation Management Framework and the SAP Innovation Management product. See how SAP can help you put the innovation management framework into action. Innovation products and services from SAP help you demystify innovation and be ready to take advantage when inspiration strikes. http://go.sap.com/services.html
Views: 922 SAP Services
The University of Warwick - Institute for Product and Service Innovation
 
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BOF have recently completed the supply and installation of furniture to the Institute for Product and Service Innovation at The University of Warwick. The IIPSI building is a new four storey business and research focussed engagement building with double height rear workshop to complete the academic square. The design scheme of the project features colourful, contemporary product with a high level of specification. bof.co.uk facebook.com/boffurniture twitter.com/boffurniture
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Oracle Innovation Management Cloud Demo Giving Modern Business New Clarity
 
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Watch this demo of Oracle Innovation Management Cloud to see the best practice approach to increase your returns on product and service innovation. Get a quick "how it works" overview, check out the ideation analytics, watch how to create proposals, view the "what if" scenario KPIs, and much more! A great way to quickly beef up on your Innovation Management essentials. More at www.oracle.com/InnovationManagement
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How to Run an Innovation Workshop
 
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Expert facilitator, Paul Sloane, explains how to run an innovation workshop so as to generate and select great ideas for new products and services.
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Innovation & Creativity Management | RWTHx on edX
 
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Learn how to drive innovation and creativity in your company and how to turn ideas into successful products and services. Take this course for free on edX: https://www.edx.org/course/innovation-creativity-management-rwthx-mti003x ABOUT THIS COURSE Business innovation is nothing without great ideas. But creativity can be difficult to spark on a schedule. It requires a steady hand to manage the creative process and move it forward in a productive way. This course focuses on ways to manage creativity effectively and introduces a flexible and iterative innovation management process model. You will learn how to navigate a new product concept through the development stage to launch and review. You’ll also be introduced to agile development principles and techniques for technical problem solving. You will learn how novel methods of open innovation enable your company to benefit from external knowledge and ideas. Besides online lectures, participants will engage in a series of homework exercises and tutorials that will help deepen their understanding of the topic at hand. Real-life case studies and examples from companies will be used to help participants better prepare for actual situations. In addition, the concepts will be discussed in relation to their theoretical grounding in academic literature. This course is part of the "Managing Technology & Innovation: How to deal with disruptive change" MicroMasters program designed to teach the critical skills needed to be successful in this exciting field. In order to qualify for the MicroMasters Credential, you will need to earn a Verified Certificate in each of the six courses of the RWTHx MicroMasters program. This MicroMasters program concludes with a capstone exam, in which you will be asked to combine the learnings from the six modules and apply these to a real-life case. WHAT YOU'LL LEARN How to manage different types of innovations projects: from radical to continuous innovation Different methods supporting technical problem solving to generate novel solutions The role of creativity for innovation and how individual and organizational creativity can be raised How open innovation works Core theoretical work explaining success factors on the level of an innovation project The importance of soft skills and leadership capabilities for managing innovation successfully Critically reflect about common perceptions about innovation and gain your own understanding of the factors making an innovation project successful
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Which Innovation Strategy: Technology-Push or Market-Pull? (8:02)
 
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This lecture is from ENES663: Strategies for Managing Innovation, taught by Dr. Thomas J. Mierzwa with the University of Maryland's Master of Technology Entrepreneurship Program. For more information you can visit http://www.mte.umd.edu!
Design Thinking and Innovation At Apple
 
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A Harvard business case: Winner of a 2013 ecch Case Award. It describes Apple's approach to innovation, management, and design thinking
Views: 61558 Wei Li
Are there different processes for innovation in products and services?
 
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How Can US Companies Create and Maintain an Innovative Culture? The catchphrase of companies today is "innovation." But what does it mean to drive an innovative company? Innovation does not just happen. Successful organizations create a culture in which ingenuity and inventiveness flourish and risks are taken and respected. How will more traditional organizations seed innovation as a core part of their strategy, and how may they sustain it in times of tight economic conditions? Featuring: Teresa Carlson Karen Dahut Chunka Mui Hugh F. Johnston Zackery Hicks The Aspen Ideas Festival is the nation's premier, public gathering place for leaders from around the globe and across many disciplines to engage in deep and inquisitive discussion of the ideas and issues that both shape our lives and challenge our times. Learn more at: http://www.aspenideas.org/ Follow us on: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aspenideas Twitter https://twitter.com/aspenideas LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/channels/aspenideas You can also follow the Aspen Institute: Instagram http://instagram.com/aspeninstitute Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AspenInstitute Twitter https://twitter.com/aspeninstitute LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-aspen-institute Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/aspeninstitute Get regular updates from the Ideas Festival: http://www.aspenideas.org/subscribe-newsletter
Views: 191 The Aspen Institute
Managing Service Design & Operations
 
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Managing Service Design and Operations (MAR8LH011) Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences Course Overview: The Finnish service economy is large (73% of all jobs), increasing (+4% in 4th Quarter of 2014) and global (Euro 26.4 billion trade in 2013). Students will gain an appreciation for the growing importance of services, service design and service management. Upon completion of the course, the student; 1. has a knowledge of relevant service management concepts and service design tools 2. has the ability to identify, describe, and explain service models 3. Is able to apply service management concepts and service design tools to a service process 4. is able to analyze, criticize and compare service management and service design tools 5. is able to plan, construct and create an effective service management moment 6. is able to evaluate, appraise, measure and judge a service failure and service excellence case 6. is able to complete a service innovation case identification & diagnosis (voluntary course project +2cr) Course Instructor: Dr. Gerard L. Danford (PhD Aalto University, MS.c. London Business School)
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Top 10: 2018 Predictions for Manufacturing Product & Services Innovation
 
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Top 10 predictions for global manufacturing Product and services innovation trends to be aware of in 2018. #Outsourcebigdata provides suggestions for Business or industries, latest trends in global manufacturing technology and predictions to notice in this year. To check hottest trends in manufacturing to track in 2018, subscribe our channel. https://goo.gl/znWAEF Follow Us: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/OutsourceBigData Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/outsourcebigdata/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/OBigdata LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/outsource-bigdata/ Google+ - https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Outsourcebigdata Pinterest - https://in.pinterest.com/outsourcebigdata/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/OutsourceBigData/videos For more detail about worldwide manufacturing market trends contact: https://outsourcebigdata.com Call: +91-99524 22243 +1-30235 14656 Email: [email protected]
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The Customer innovation Management Platform
 
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Discover the best way to engage your customers in your innovation process. Customers have needs that must be understood to develop the adequate product or service. Your company needs to integrate in its new product development processes its customers from the 1st stage of development where the ideation begins. The CIM platform will manage your customers' expertise that is potentially valuable for product and service development. It will give your company the leverage to anticipate future market demand. Customers' participation through the CIM platform will not interfere with the efficiency of your new product development processes but at the opposite it will enhance your effectiveness and provide you better business results.
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Webinar with Steve Eppinger: Systematic Innovation by Design
 
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Recorded on September 12, 2013. MIT Sloan Professor Steven Eppinger—author of one of the most widely used texts on product development—on how the essential elements of "design thinking" can be applied with great success to product and service innovation. Webinar participants learned: • Why innovation is a business imperative • What design thinking skills are, and why everyone—not just product designers—needs them • How product and service development processes can make product development systematic • The benefits of systematic management • Real world examples of design thinking put in practice, including IDEO, Apple, Samsung, and Hyundai Card Steven Eppinger teaches in Systematic Innovation of Products, Processes, and Services http://executive.mit.edu/ipp and Managing Complex Technical Projects http://executive.mit.edu/pm
A New Approach To Innovation Management
 
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Product innovation has been described as the way out of today's difficult business environment. However, the rate of success of development projects, in particular white space or disruptive innovation projects remains too low. We believe that a reason for the low success rate is the erroneous application of methods designed for incremental innovation like Stage Gate to projects with high levels of uncertainty. In this presentation we will discuss the different types of development projects based on degree of uncertainty, and the creation of different project tracks. Projects are managed using different tool sets based on the best fit between information available and decision making needs.
Views: 6222 Brioneja
Innovation and Product Management – TRICYCLE
 
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A project by the IPM Master design students https://www.fh-ooe.at/ipm-ma
Views: 573 FH OÖ Wels
AWS Summit Series 2016 | Singapore: Digital Transformation Through Product and Service Innovation
 
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#1 Speaker: Derek Ewell, Partner Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services, ASEAN #2 Speaker: Senthil Ramani, Managing Director, APAC Resources, Digital Business Lead, Accenture - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Today large enterprises are under pressure to innovate faster than ever, drive down costs, and deliver increased value to their organizations through more responsive and flexible IT. Organizations that are shifting to a data-driven, insight-powered culture will be in the best position to defend, differentiate and disrupt in their respective industries, potentially expanding their business with new products and revenue sources. Learn how some leading companies are leveraging data – from IoT sources, social sources, enterprise, partners, competitors, and consumers – to unlock new sources of insight.
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4 Strategies for Product and Service Management - Revitalization Strategy
 
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Full course: https://www.udemy.com/4-strategies-for-product-and-service-management/?couponCode=PROMONOW Revitalization Strategy The second type of strategy for managing existing and mature products is revitalization. This requires lots of planning and supervision, and is the most commonly used strategy when managing existing and mature products. Its purpose is to revitalize the sales of products that should be performing strongly but, for various reasons, have instead started to falter and decline. There are three revitalization approaches: make changes to your product that add value; reposition your product; and extend the customer base. Make changes that add value Re-evaluating and reassessing products is part of the make changes that add value approach. This enables companies to redefine their products and remain at the cutting edge. A company needs to identify and explore opportunities for adding value to its products. This can be achieved by tweaking or enhancing existing features. Looking at possible options for combining two products to form a new, more innovative product, also features in this approach. And operations managers can also look at ways to improve the processes surrounding the manufacturing and delivery of the product so that better value is offered to the customer. Reposition your product There are two separate strands to the reposition your product approach. The first consists of creating a new position for an existing product so that it can regain its competitiveness. This new position and posture can give a product new impetus. The second strand, called break-away positioning, involves reducing the product down to a spartan state. All non-essential features are stripped away rather than added. The product is then studied to see how it can be altered or modified in a way that will appeal to specific customer groups. Extend the customer base The extend the customer base approach seeks to increase sales volume by getting more customers to use the product. To boost the user rate, the company must win over customers from its competitors, enter new markets, or convert complete non-users of the product into users. To achieve these targets, the company must identify why customers buy from the competition, what favorable market opportunities exist, and how to turn non-users into users. Examples - Revitalization Strategy Here's how a company makes changes that add value to its product. A medium-sized commercial paint manufacturing company produces a successful line of spray paint for customizing cars. Sales of this strong product have dipped. The company decides to invest in new process machinery that will allow this product to be incorporated into the mainstream (...) Full course: https://www.udemy.com/4-strategies-for-product-and-service-management/?couponCode=PROMONOW
Views: 239 Sorin Dumitrascu
Help with New Product or Service Development
 
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NP Learning offers Innovation Consulting and Product Development Training based on best practices for the successful development of new products and services. For information visit us at http://www.nplearning.com
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Product Innovation vs Service Innovation
 
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Recorded on juni 28, 2011 using a Flip Video camcorder.
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Master in Innovation Strategy & Entrepreneurship | IED Barcelona
 
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The Master in Innovation Strategy Entrepreneurship responds to the need to incorporate innovation into organizations strategic management, lead by professionals with specific knowledge who can streamline and promote its application. These competences are essential for a generation for new business opportunities, design of new products and services, definition of alternative production systems and new enterprise models that enable to create new links between market and industry. This course is focused on the process to detect opportunities and generate new business ideas, their development and release onto the market, whether it is a product, a service or even a new company. From a critical view, the course will provide students with the competences to question the established procedures, detect opportunities, apply innovative strategies through creativity, embark on new business from a multidisciplinary perspective, integrating every process involved from the viewpoint of design thinking. See more information: http://iedbarcelona.es/cursos
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Innovation Management Masterclass
 
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Innovation is the process that generates value through the creation, development, and implementation of new technologies, products and services. For commercial organisations value may be expressed as increased market share, revenues, profit or shareholder returns. For public sector organisations value is focused on improved efficiency and enhanced service delivery. Processes need to be managed, and therefore innovation is a management task. This comes as something of a surprise to many organisations. Some believe that innovation is a mysterious phenomenon that occurs randomly as a series of ‘light bulb’ moments. Others believe that innovation can be achieved by throwing copious amounts of money into a room full of boffins, microscopes and whiteboards and then standing well back. Good luck with these approaches. A few organisations believe that innovation is not required at all, and instead focus on relentless cost cutting. They then receive an unpleasant surprise when their customers eventually leave for innovative competitors who can better serve their needs. In order to better understand and (hopefully) avoid these pitfalls Innovation Management has become a rapidly growing area of interest for both management practitioners and academic researchers. This Innovation Management Masterclass by expert Dr Mike Kennard is designed for Business, Management, Engineering and Technology students studying Innovation Management based courses, particularly at Masters and MBA level. In addition, this Masterclass is also aimed at professional managers, executives and directors charged with ‘innovating’ (this means you). The Masterclass covers the drivers for innovation, why companies that don't innovate become extinct, definitions of innovation, characteristics of innovation, a risk exercise and short case study on Apple's iPhone. Further information and advice on innovation management is available at www.mikekennard.com.
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Digital innovation strategy: A framework for diagnosing and improving digital product and service...
 
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http://www.thecasesolutions.com/ This case is about Digital innovation strategy: A framework for diagnosing and improving digital product and service innovation Get your Digital innovation strategy: A framework for diagnosing and improving digital product and service innovation Case Solution at TheCaseSolutions.com TheCaseSolutions.com is the number 1 destination for getting the case studies analyzed. http://www.thecasesolutions.com/digital-innovation-strategy-a-framework-for-diagnosing-and-improving-digital-product-and-service-innovation-31798
Strategic Innovation--Andy Ogden
 
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Andy Ogden's Speech at "Innovations that Transform the World" design conference in Beijing, China. 2016.7.22 Formerly Vice President, Executive Designer for Walt Disney Imagineering R&D and an influential automobile designer for Honda Research of America. Since 2005 he has designed and led ArtCenter’s world renowned Graduate Industrial Design Program. Andy has a strong record in corporate research and development for new growth opportunities, product and service innovation, award-winning design excellence, and innovation management. He has more than 25 years of professional R&D experience and market success in the areas of consumer products, transportation, entertainment, interactive media and education. Andy is the principle inventor of seven U.S. invention patents for immersive displays, human interface systems, robotics, and moron simulation. Andy graduated from ArtCenter College of Design.
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How to Build a Product Development Process w/ Spotify
 
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👉 Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/2xMQLbS 🕊️ Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/2xAQklN 💙 Like us on Facebook for free event tickets: http://bit.ly/2xPfjkh 📷 Don’t forget to follow us on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2eHmfJp Get the presentation slides here: http://bit.ly/2gLexl2 Find out more about us: http://bit.ly/2xPj8a8 💻 How to build a product development process? Companies treat the role of product management differently. Miles Lennon, Product Manager at Spotify, shared how they articulate the product development process at Spotify and the role of a PM. Miles Lennon has been developing software products at early and growth stage companies for about 10 years. Currently he is a Sr. Product Manager at Spotify where he focuses on developing tools for artists to grow their careers. Previously he led Spotify's social product area, a small product group focused on connecting friends, tastemakers and artists around music. Prior to that he led product development for GameGround and Tracked.com both of which were early-stage VC-backed startups in the NYC area. Chapter 1 0:11 Talk Goals Chapter 2 0:59 Speaker Background Chapter 3 3:50 Talk Agenda Chapter 4 4:16 Who Are Spotify's Customers? Chapter 5 5:50 What Does Spotify Consider as Its Products? Chapter 6 9:06 Product Lifecycle Chapter 7 13:50 Discovering New Opportunities Chapter 8 15:51 Tools Chapter 9 20:46 What Do We Expect of Product Managers? Chapter 10 29:04 Tech + Design Accountability at Spotify Chapter 11 31:31 Learn Chapter 12 34:53 Choose Chapter 13 39:40 Frame ABOUT US: We host product management, data and coding events every week in Silicon Valley, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Orange County and New York. Click here to see what we have coming up: http://bit.ly/2xP0dMJ Product School is the world’s first tech business school. We offer certified Product Management, Coding, and Data courses; our instructors are real-world managers working at top tech companies such as Google, Facebook, Snapchat, Airbnb, LinkedIn, PayPal, and Netflix. Our classes are part-time, designed to fit into your work schedule, and the campuses are located in Silicon Valley, San Francisco, New York, Orange County and Los Angeles. Product leaders from local top tech companies visit Product School campuses each week. Through lectures, panel discussions, and a variety of other forums, the world’s top product managers visit Product School to provide invaluable real-world insights into critical management issues. If you want to become a product manager in 8 weeks, see our upcoming courses here: http://bit.ly/2xPj8a8 📓 The Product Book has arrived! Learn how to become a great Product Manager. On sale for a limited time. Get your copy here: http://amzn.to/2uJqg9A #ProductManagement #ProductSchool #Upskill #TechEducation #Education #Product #TechStartup #FinTech #Business #ProductManager #ProdMgmt
Harvard i-lab | Understanding Medical Device Development
 
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The healthcare industry is a hot bed of innovation. A convergence of new technologies, connectivity, big data and analytic models are creating a multitude of opportunities to improve health outcomes and reinvent platforms for device and service businesses. Working in a regulated industry requires special considerations that can prove challenging for the uninitiated. From concept generation to launch, this session, led by Aidan Petrie, Chief Innovation Officer of Ximedica, will provide an overview of six essential components of successful product development specific to the development of medical devices and healthcare products. We will start with a discussion around the regulatory considerations that drive many of the activities surrounding each of the development phases and then cover step-by-step each phase of development including an overview of funding milestones and potential sources. Part how-to, part know-how the aim of this short workshop is to equip anyone who is currently trying to bring a product to market or may do in the future with a high level view from experts in the field. Ximedica is the largest product developer the country that is focused solely on the medical space. Our clients range from Fortune 30, VC's, university incubators and everything in between.
IMPROVE SALES through product and service innovation
 
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Here at Best Practice we've been working to extend our Product and Service offering. We're very passionate about what we do helping companies to grow and improve. We're not really a "Me Too" company out in the market place. We use from time to time the principles of the "adoption curve" to develop strategy on how we are going to go to market. Do you think this could work for you?
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TEDxESADE - Henry Chesbrough - Open Services Innovation
 
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Open Services Innovation - Open Services Innovation - Rethinking your business as a service company - Co-create with customers - The value of openness - New business platforms and business models About Henry Chesbrough: Henry Chesbrough is a Professor at ESADE and father of the term 'open innovation', one of the concepts behind the creation of ESADE Creapolis. He is currently Adjunct Professor and Executive Director of the Center for Open Innovation at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley.His research topics include: innovation in organisations; the structuring and management of research and its development; management of intellectual property; technology based on benefits of venture capital companies; the comparative evolution of high-tech industries in the United States, Japan and Western Europe. About TEDx, x = independently organized event: In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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HR Foundations for Innovation
 
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Talent mobility strategies help companies reshape their workforce to align with changing needs and bring new products and services to market quickly. How do your talent management practices contribute to – or constrain – innovation and workforce agility?
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How to write a business case for innovation
 
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This is an example of one of my video lectures. In this lesson I teach students how to write a business case for a proposed innovation. In previous lessons the students have learned how to identify unmet customer needs and generate innovative ideas to meet those needs. After watching this video they are required to write a compelling business case to support their proposed innovation. I structure the course around a case-study business, so each student pretends they are proposing an innovative product or service to the management team of that business. In face-to-face tutorials the students present and discuss their innovative ideas. This is a great mechanism to encourage peer discussion and learning.
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Irene Ng at Mydata2016 conference Helsinki
 
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Irene is a Professor of Marketing and Service Systems and the Director of the International Institute for Product and Service Innovation at WMG, University of Warwick. She is also a Senior Member at Wolfson College, Cambridge. Irene was an entrepreneur and practitioner for 16 years before switching to an academic career. During her time in industry she occupied a number of senior positions in industry rising to become CEO of SA Tours and Travel group of companies (Singapore, Malaysia, China and UK) and founded Empress Cruise Lines, a company with an annual turnover of USD250m which she sold in 1996. An industrial economist through her doctoral training, Irene’s research lies in the trans-disciplinary understanding of value and the design of markets and economic/business models. She is the recipient of several ESRC fellowship appointments, including being one of the 6 UK Advanced Institute of Management (AIM) research Services Fellows, the ESRC/NIHR Placement Fellow and more recently, one of the five ESRC/InnovateUK Innovation Caucus Thought leaders. Both an entrepreneur and an academic, Irene is passionate about the link between practice and research. She is an advisor to startups on new financial models in digital businesses. http://mydata2016.org/ was an international conference that focuses on human centric personal information management. MyData is an initiative to help people gain more control over their personal data. Let’s shape the future of personal data management together!
IDEMC2.x: Design Leadership an Innovation
 
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There is no doubt that innovation is key to progress. Companies worldwide invest millions per year on the development of new products and services that will ensure their economic sustainability. However, innovation is a challenging endeavor that requires strategic thinking, customer focus, the right organizational climate, and an effective management approach. Designers, with their specific skills, can take a major part in driving innovation. This is already successfully happening in companies like SAP, Pepsi-Co and Philips, where design professionals play a leading role in steering innovation. Inspired by these cases, this design course is aimed at designers who would like to take a more active role in the innovative efforts of companies, and who want to go beyond executing new product/service design briefs. This advanced course is aimed at strategic designers with an interest in acquiring a more senior position in the company or even becoming a Chief Design Officer (CDO). Designers with ambition to better understand and develop their strategic potential, become sparring partners in crafting briefs, and influence strategic decision-making within their organizations will also gain a lot from this course. http://www.ide.tudelft.nl/masterclasses
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Creating and Managing Innovation - Roger Schnorbus
 
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Executive Education, Robins School of Business, University of Richmond Many firms are facing the reality that revenue/profit growth is difficult to sustain. Therefore, changes in the strategic direction of the firm are necessary. This two-day program focuses on the creation and management of innovation as both a source of competitive advantage and as a vehicle for growth. Instruction will focus on the importance and process of innovation through the study of firms including Campbell Soup, Whirlpool, Procter & Gamble and Apple. Program attendees should include mid to senior level executives who are charged with leading innovation in firms; prime focus will be on product and service innovation.