10 Techniques That Achieve Breakthrough Innovation
Clayton Christensen introduced "Disruptive Innovation" to the business world in 2005. Companies, thought leaders, and academics have now been applying and fleshing-out that basic disruptive concept for two decades.
GGI recently examined the various approaches that now exist. We identified ten differentiable approaches to achieve Disruptive Innovation. They have really great names like: Big Bang, Trickle Up, Digical, Ambidextrous, Design Thinking, Sustainable, and Bottom Of The Pyramid.
Each of the ten breakthrough "methods" will be presented, along with recommendations on how to commercialize breakthrough products that may be ahead of their time.
References to all cited materials are provided in sufficient detail to enable webinar participants to follow-up on the techniques that may be of specific interest.
• Learn techniques corporations are using to attempt radical innovation.
• Profile the several overall R&D strategies that embrace and facilitate disruption.
• Understand corporate resource and portfolio allocations to produce breakthrough results.
• Internalize the pitfalls and risks when attempting disruptive products.
• Become aware of the ten or more differentiable methods for new-to-the-world products.
• See the range of possible financial returns for attempting to disrupt and break-up markets.
There are folks who have great passion for the specifics of this slice of the innovation body of knowledge. Is it Breakthrough? Is it Disruptive? Is it Radical? Is it Transformational? Is it Next Generation? Is it New-To-The-World; or perhaps just New-To-The-Industry?
Each of these strategies have commonalities and unique features. The webinar will conclude by contrasting the 10 "Breakthrough" Techniques to each of these slices of the innovation BoK.
Bradford L. Goldense, President, GGI
Brad Goldense has been focusing on the strategies, tactics, and operations of product management, development, and manufacturing since the 1980s. He has authored over 300 publications and consulted to over 200 companies across the world. Some 500 companies have participated in his seminars and masterclasses. Mr. Goldense holds a BSCE from Brown University and an MBA from Cornell University; along with professional accreditations in new product development, engineering, manufacturing engineering, production and inventory management, and computing. Brad taught in the Executive Masters in Engineering Management program at the Gordon Institute of Tufts University for nineteen years. He has appeared on World Business Review, CNBC, and PBS.
Thursday, July 26, 2018 - 2:00 PM Eastern Time
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