I spend a lot of time looking at and writing about disruptive business models (many of them are discussed in my most recent book, Surviving a Business Earthquake, and lately I have been talking about a handful that I think are really meaningful that will continue to mature over time and work their way into lots of other industries.
Read more at Blogging Innovation » Five Major Trends to Watch No
- Talent follows where business models lead: The Media Business Disruptions (asymco.com)
- Business Model Innovation (patricksea.com)
- What is the relationship between a business idea and a business model ? [Michel Poirier] (ecademy.com)
It’s really astonishing to realize how little most firms understand about innovation, especially the fact that people are paramount to innovation success. In the title I’ve made a fairly definitive statement. Innovation is the last people-centric process, and yet we starve innovation efforts of our best people and chip away at the time dedicated to innovation even of the people who want to participate.
To be continued at Blogging Innovation » Innovation – The Last People-Centric Process
- Scaling Passive and Active Customer-Centric Innovation (fasterfuture.blogspot.com)
- Imitation With Innovation Reduces Risk in Startups (startupprofessionals.com)
- Innovation – It Starts From Within (mcnakblog.com)