Posted in Company 2.0 Innovation

How can companies change themselves?

This entry is part 4 of 6 in the series Why the big companies cannot innovate within them

What cannot be done for the big companies The current Market crisis derives substantially from an inability by most players to understand the meaning of…

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Posted in Disruptive Innovation Trend Forecasting/Market Analysis

INTRODUCTION  
TO GUIDELINES TO DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION

This entry is part 1 of 5 in the series GUIDELINES for an analsysis of Business innovation

Today, the many failures derive precisely from the lack of understanding of the essence of Disruptive innovation: The purpose of the Guidelines is to CLARIFY WHAT THE DISRUTPIVE INNOVATION REALLY IS. You can easily evaluate THE RESPONSE OF A BUSINESS TO THE RULES OF THE DISRUTPIVE INNOVATION

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Guidelines [3]: Table for Assessing Disruptive Innovation

This entry is part 4 of 5 in the series GUIDELINES for an analsysis of Business innovation

Disruptive Innovation require new Disruptive Criteria. A Table of Keypoints aimed at a diagnostic assessments of Business innovation capacity.

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Guidelines [1]: Basic Q&A on Disruptive innovation

This entry is part 2 of 5 in the series GUIDELINES for an analsysis of Business innovation

We live in a time of profound social, market and government changes, which are the cause of a profound crisis (social chaos, economic crisis, etc.)….

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Posted in Disruptive Innovation Trend Forecasting/Market Analysis

Guidelines [2]: WHAT IS and WHAT IS NOT Disruptive innovation

This entry is part 3 of 5 in the series GUIDELINES for an analsysis of Business innovation

INTRODUCTION: THE NEED TO CLARIFY THE MEANING OF THE FUNDAMENTALS OF THE MARKET (OF THE BUSINESS)     Today, most of the big Companies’ strategies are bankrupt….

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Posted in Disruptive Innovation

˟The failure of Hybrid innovation (Disruptive + Sustaining Innovation)

In developing a strategy of Disruptive innovation WHEN EVEN JUST A PART OF THE “OLD RULES” IS INTRODUCED, CONDITIONS ARE CREATED FOR THIS STRATEGY TO BE A FAILURE. Even when there is a potentially winning idea at the base of the product, if in the strategies a key element of the declining Market is introduced (Sustaining Innovation), the product cannot develop its potential in the nascent Market.
This because the two forms of innovation that we seek to integrate ARE TOTALLY DIFFERENT (“opposite”)
(the mindset of the two types of people operating within the Company is substantially different). CASE: Hybrid – John Deer

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Posted in Culture

The new approach to Disrutpive Innovation Business: driven by examples

This entry is part 5 of 5 in the series Culture of Innovation/Intuition

At the base of the market crisis there is a “cultural issue”. Today the Market requires a new form of innovation (Disruptive innovation), but THERE…

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Posted in Company 2.0 non-disruptive mindset

Why disruptive innovation is not an option

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Why the need for Disruptive Innovation

We are at a breaking point° (disruption point °) of the evolution of the Market (of the Western Society): change (radical, disruptive)TODAY IT IS NOT…

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The disruptive Ecosystem cannot be developed by the incumbents

This entry is part 5 of 6 in the series Why the big companies cannot innovate within them

To be able to develop a real Disruptive innovation there is need for an Ecosystem that favors this form of innovation. In fact, disruptive innovation…

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Posted in Industry 4.0/Smart Manufacturing

Industry 4.0: the Smart manufacturing (& SmartFAB)

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Beyond industry 4.0

The new phase of the Market will be characterized by a new production mode that “Revolutionizes” the current methods: Smart Manufacturing. The current conception of…

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Posted in Technologies

Why current Design (and hi-tech) and disruptive innovation are incompatible (the “Human factor”)

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Tech in Disruption

● What IS and what IS NOT disrutpive innovation ● Why developing technologies are incompatible with disrutpive innovation ● What to do?

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˟The Company Immune System: why the big Companies cannot develop real innovation

This entry is part 6 of 6 in the series Why the big companies cannot innovate within them

  What are the reasons why the Incumbents are unable to innovate and regain sales success? . One of the reasons is the existence, within…

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Decalogue of Rules of Disruptive innovation

This entry is part 5 of 5 in the series GUIDELINES for an analsysis of Business innovation

In the first place it is necessary to clarify the meaning of the term innovation [ see ‘Manifesto of Innovation (1): the basic principles of sustainable…

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Paradoxically putting the focus on profits the profits end up ending

Foreign outsourcing is an excellent choice for linear innovation, but a fatal choice for disruptive innovation. The fact is that today, in a society that…

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Why the big companies cannot innovate within them [2]

This entry is part 3 of 6 in the series Why the big companies cannot innovate within them

Today, Companies try to innovate by overcoming the sense of certainty.
But THE SENSE OF CERTAINTY – THANKS TO ITS VISION – IS PRECISELY WHAT LEADS THE START UP TO CREATE INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS.

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Why the big companies cannot innovate within them [1]

This entry is part 2 of 6 in the series Why the big companies cannot innovate within them

  It is useless to try to bring innovation into companies that are not themselves innovated (which are structured on an obsolete mindset). The innovation…

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‘Manifesto of Innovation (2): Innovation in the new post-industrial Market’≈

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Manifesto of Innovation

A third phase of the development of the modern (post-industrial) Company / Market is in progress. THE SOCIETY MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT PROCESS IS NOW MANAGED “BOTTOM UP”. A new Economy based on Subsidiarity is developed, and A POST-INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION MODE THAT EXCEEDS THE “MASS PRODUCTION”.

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Posted in Biz-Plan Company 2.0 Industry 4.0/Smart Manufacturing Marketing 2.0

*Towards a radically new model of Industry 4.0: introduction to a Smart Fabrication plan (FabLab 2.0)

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Beyond industry 4.0

The Fab Labs are part of the Market that is now at sunset (a failed Model). But from some qualities of Fab Labs new Business Models can be born (and new ways of Production/Distribution).

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The great Firms are not able to develop disruptive innovation within them

This entry is part 1 of 6 in the series Why the big companies cannot innovate within them

the consolidated companies of the market literally can’t develop disruptive innovation within them. they are the object of disruption, and therefore can not be the subject. the problem: ● lack of “intuition” ● lack of culture of (real) innovation. a real (disruptive) innovation can only come with a fresh start, from new comers.

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Posted in Industry 4.0/Smart Manufacturing New Trends

°The misunderstanding on Industry 4.0: towards Manufacturing 4.0

This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series Beyond industry 4.0

The “revolution” (dirsruption) that is transforming the world of production is a phenomenon radically different from the one today defined as Industry 4.0.
The change concerns not only the product, but everything connected to it. Today it is necessary: a rethinking ● the why of a product ● the ideation/design process ● the production/distribution process. We move on to a new era of the new Economy: the Context economy.

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