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The Innovator’s Method

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Here’s a summary of a new book on innovation

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The Innovator’s Method

  1. 1. The Innovator’s Method Nathan Furr and Jeff dyer
  2. 2. The 1960s skyscrapers in the world have little differentiation because anything that was not a straight beam or a 90 degree angle was risky.
  3. 3. Historically, management is like the 60 s skyscapers, all straight lines and right angles.
  4. 4. The reason why executives stick to procedures and processes they are comfortable with is because higher interdependency is time consuming and risky.
  5. 5. Uncertainty requires a new set of principles
  6. 6. Ironically, as companies focus on capturing value from customers, they often lose the ability to create customers.
  7. 7. NPS or net promoter score is no of promoters , those % who score 9 and 10 for your product minus % detractors , i.e. those who score 0 to six.
  8. 8. Products that delight consumers do the unexpected. They solve a problem consumers didn’t think existed. They evoke positive emotion.
  9. 9. Managers tend to start by building solutions, but we emphasize the need to deeply understand the basics.
  10. 10. ‘Pain storming’ involves a customer’s journey time through the task of a product/brand.
  11. 11. Until you figure out how to delight a consumer, don’t even think of the business model.
  12. 12. In today’s uncertain world, leaders need to be coaches and guides, they have to be chief experimenters.
  13. 13. A high mature category with low uncertainty needs traditional management, a low mature, high uncertainty area needs entrepreneurial management.
  14. 14. Change in thinking B School thinking Thinking in a VUCA world Core focus Execute in certainty Experiment in uncertainty Strategy Protect existing resources, sustain advantage Circumvent resources, build new advantages , resources, Orgntl behavior/HR Hire experts, hierarchical orgn Flat orgn, hire multiskilled people Leadership and teams Vertical, manager – supervisory structure Horizontal teams, peer group structure, minimize and suffice Operations Routine, longer cycles Flexible, shorter cycles Marketing Full featured, segmentation Consumer interaction Finance Marginal cost, fixed costs to lower average costs Full cost logic, avoid fixed costs, stay variable
  15. 15. Innovations are only valuable if they solve problems
  16. 16. Successful innovators excel at networking and hence build strong eco systems.
  17. 17. If you can increase the number of experiments from 100 to 100, you increase the innovations you produce-Jeff Bezos
  18. 18. Six components of a Biz model 1. Value proposition 2. Pricing strategy 3. Consumer acquisition 4. Customer acquisition 5. Cost structure by activity 6. Cost structure by resources
  19. 19. Pivot is a new word which asks you to change direction with one foot intact
  20. 20. As soon as you start to scale, everything changes. Watch this journey
  21. 21. The team you used for innovation might not be the team for scale up.
  22. 22. Management theory was developed to solve the large company management problem, not for innovation.
  23. 23. In contrast , most entrepreneurs started with a product or a service with a view to disrupt.
  24. 24. A leader’s role today is to set a challenge, build broad and deep expertise that’s needed, remove the barriers and provide tools to win and to be the chief experimenter.