Tag Archives: business model innovation

Innovation Types Game Rules 1

The ten rules of the innovation types game (Part 1)

When companies pursued innovation in the past, they typically worked on one of two innovation types: product innovation (also called new product development) and process innovation. Over the last two decades, however, a compendium of modern innovation types has emerged that allow companies to play the innovation game in many new ways. But as with any […]

Business Model Innovation 1

Business model innovation: It’s all about the money

Last month, I presented a research paper at the International Society of Professional Innovation Management’s Innovation Conference in Porto, Portugal. When looking at recent trends in innovation research, I discerned one popular topic at this year’s ISPIM conference: business model innovation. Today, let’s discuss what business model innovation means and why it’s valuable, then look […]

Playing on all levels of business creativity

Playing on all levels of business creativity

“There are two types of creativity: the creativity of making zero to one, and the creativity of making one to a thousand,” noted Kazuhiko Nishi, a pioneering software entrepreneur who joined Microsoft in its early days and later became a leader of the ASCII Corporation. Mr. Nishi is right that in business, we can clearly […]