This Post is a summary of “Introduction to the Innova Approach: The Problems of the Society and the Market” published by the Author on the INNOVA website. < see >
The main problem is currently that
the Market does not have a culture
suitable for understanding
the real meaning of current strategic trends.
In this way the great Players have lost their focus on the real needs of people (on real Demand), and have entered into crisis.
The “experts” talk a lot about fundamental trends, but none of them tries to understand their real meaning; and then how these trends should be applied to their strategies (for example, the “Crowdsourcing” trend is applied in top-bottom mode, when it is basically bottom-up).
The fundamental fact is that today the “core” of the Market disappeared, which allowed the Market to develop: the figure of the entrepreneur, which was replaced by that of the Manager
the Manager is lacking
the fundamental quality of the Entrepreneur:
the intuition that allows it
to grasp the needs of the public.
Towards a solution
It is necessary to take a step back before developing new strategies.
It is not only a matter of radically changing one’s strategies,
but also of
ADOPT A NEW VISION.
It is therefore necessary
● first of all to bring the Business back to its original operating conditions (a few decades ago): to bring it back to the “substantial” dimension, ie to bring the business back to being a system for satisfying people’s real needs.
● then develop new strategies based on the trends that have developed spontaneously in recent decades (but being able to interpret them according to their real meaning, and not in an equivocal way as it happens today).
“Technically” it is necessary to recover “the Principle of Demand and Offer.
Obviously, in an era of disruption, it is a matter of going beyond the traditional business model: today thanks to the potentialities offered by Information Technologies – and to the development of new pratices induced by them, it is possible to substantially change the role of Consumer (the Crowd) in his ability to lead the Offer. It is therefore possible
to induce a Crowd empowerment
so that it can play
AN EFFECTIVELY CREATIVE AND “DECISIONAL” ROLE
in the processes of creation and distribution of the product.
That is to develop successful strategies
it is no longer a question of interpreting the question,
BUT TO PUT CONSUMERS
ABLE TO CO-GENERATE THE OFFER.