Innovation typology: beyond new products

   c DIO111 updateInnovation is about both making new things (“what”) and making similar things in new ways (“how”).

Fig_1_12Innovation is about new value propositions and new services, new ways to market to and interact with customers. This means much more than developing new products.

Fig_1_13Innovation is also about finding new ways to differentiate, and new value curves that disrupt competitors but not customers.

Fig_1_14Innovation is ultimately about designing new business models and new ways to deliver, share and capture value.

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New value propositions and new services

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New and disruptive value curves

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New business models

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