This is an activity designed to help explore using the 4Ps framework. There is also an interactive quiz based on this approach – click here For more information on the 4Ps tool click here
This is an activity designed to help think about classifying innovation
This is a link to a short interview with Tim about his work linking innovation to growth and value creation. And this is a longer interview with Tim on the same theme.
This is a short video interview with Professor Oliver Gassman , talking about business model innovation which was the subject of his keynote speech at the ISPIM 2014 conference in Dublin.
This activity is based on the Eastville Community Shop case study. It is designed to explore aspects of creating and operating a social enterprise. Click here: Social entrepreneurship Activity
New technologies around computer-aided design and manufacturing have finally matured to the point where almost anything you can imagine can be made using technologies like 3-D printing. In these videos Chris Anderson, of ‘Wired’ magazine, discusses the implications of this new industrial revolution. Video 1 Video 2
In these two videos Professor Clayton Christensen explains his theory of disruptive innovation Extended lecture: Short version:
We often use the metaphor of survival when talking about innovation – but there are some situations where this is literally true. In the kinds of crisis condition in which humanitarian agencies operate the need to find novel solutions and implement them quickly is always present – and may be the difference between life and
This case looks at how Fujifilm responded to the major changes in the photographic industry as a consequence of the emergence of digital imaging. Click to view case study: Stefan Kohn Disruptive Innovations Fuji Film
The problems which eventually dragged a famous technological innovator down into Chapter 11 bankruptcy are well-described in this presentation by Christian Sandstrom of Chalmers University. It is a good case because it highlights the deep difficulties involved – this wasn’t simply a matter of blindly missing the technological point but a much more challenging issue