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Innovation Excellence Weekly - Issue 33

Innovation Excellence Weekly - Issue 33

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Published by Braden Kelley
We are proud to announce our 33rd Innovation Excellence Weekly for Scribd. Inside you'll find ten of the best innovation-related articles from the past week on Innovation Excellence - the world's most popular innovation web site and home to 5,500+ innovation-related articles.
We are proud to announce our 33rd Innovation Excellence Weekly for Scribd. Inside you'll find ten of the best innovation-related articles from the past week on Innovation Excellence - the world's most popular innovation web site and home to 5,500+ innovation-related articles.

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Published by: Braden Kelley on May 20, 2013
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May 17, 2013
 
 
 
Issue 33
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May 17, 2013 
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Holly G Green
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“Our mission is to help you achieve innovation excellence inside your own organization by makinginnovation resources, answers, and best practices accessible for the greater good.”
 
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Embrace Self 
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Disruption Using the Business Model Canvas
 
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Your business is unsustainable in its present form. It doesn’t matter what you make, or sell, or offer. If you continue toembrace “business as usual,” you are doomed.
 That was the bottom-line message offered by Alexander Osterwalder, co-author of Business Model Generator, in his DayTwo keynote at the Front End of Innovation conference in Boston this week. As I learned in my days at Forrester
Research, whether you are writing a research report or giving a speech, there’s nothing like starting off with a little fear,
 
uncertainty and doubt (FUD) to get people’s attention.
 Osterwalder introduced the crowd to his Business Model Canvas (BMC), which is a tool that allows people to makeexisting or new business models tangible so they can be discussed. There are 9 components to the BMC: CustomerSegments, Customer Relationships, Channels, Value Propositions, Key Activities, Key Resources, Key Partners, CostStructure, and Revenue Streams.

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