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Webinar - How to Innovate in the Enterprise
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The Lean Canvas is designed for entrepreneurs seeking to validate their idea. Leveraging parts of the Business Model Canvas, as well as the underlying principles of Lean Startup methodology, the Lean Canvas helps users de-risk their idea as quickly as possible. Developed by Ash Maurya, the Lean Canvas empowers entrepreneurs by enabling as much learning as possible. Maurya sees the Lean Canvas as a "grounds-up tactical plan or blueprint that guides the entrepreneur as they navigate their way from ideation to building a successful startup."
Behavioural Innovation is the study of the way we make decisions about innovation. The new science looks at the way we assess our innovation investments and make choices, whether that be an investment of effort, time or money, in our own or other people’s ideas. In this resource, we will look at ways we can improve the decisions we make about the innovations we invest in.
The Innovation Manager's Handbook is a comprehensive guide to innovating in the enterprise. Packed with over 110 pages of content, the book will go over everything from the why and the how, to changing company culture. There are also dozens of guides, case studies and instantly actionable tips backed up by in-depth research and the latest and greatest in innovation theory.
Our seven part enterprise innovation email course will explain just that. Using the latest innovation insights, research, theory and case studies, we'll teach you: What innovation exactly, and the different types of innovation there are What disruption really means for companies The concept of the technology s-curve How large companies can move as fast as a startup, and what inhibits that + more
The Business Model Canvas gets innovators to think intimately about the key business model elements in an effort to define, understand and test key assumptions. This supports the development of virtual prototypes and minimum viable products to rapidly test assumptions, increase the speed of learning and iterate towards product market fit. The canvas, in its original form, was first published by Alex Osterwalder, author of Business Model Generation.
The Value Proposition Canvas gets innovators to think intimately about the customer jobs-to-be-done, pain points and desired gains. This develops an explicity understanding of customer value creation, helps innovators design products and services that customers will want and supports marketing and business development activities. The canvas, in its original form, was first published by Alex Osterwalder, author of Value Proposition Design.