WeDecide and Özyeğin Üniversity host Board of Innovation for Business Model Innovation - Designing new business models that rock!
How can you earn €2,000 on selling a MacBook with a standard retail price of only €1,300? How is it possible that cars are given away for FREE? Why can people buy a book with the value of a tweet instead of cash? And most importantly, what can I learn from all of this?
More and more people are talking about Business Model Innovation. But what is business model innovation exactly? How can my organization benefit from it? And how do I get started? Get practical answers and instant inspiration in this workshop.
Research has shown that innovating your business model can create up to 25 times the competitive advantage compared to product and process innovation. However, Board of Innovation found that only 17% of the companies have look at their business model and compared with that of competitors. Time to change that focus!
Join business model expert Philippe De Ridder as he shares his views and tips on this topic, and how you can apply the latest techniques and trends in your business.
What do you take home from the workshop:
- Why is business model innovation changing entire markets?
- How to design (new) business models?
- As 80% of our creative ideas come from analogy thinking…which successes and and failures can e learn from?
- what are new possible revenue streams for my business...
Which successes and failures can we learn from?
- How to work with Board of Innovation's 16 Business Model Blocks
It will be a highly interactive workshop in which we combine success and failure examples, lessons learned, interactive exercises, and business model templates that you can use the next day to shake up your business.
09.00 – 09.15: Welcome & warming up discussion
09.15 – 10.00: Inspiring examples of Business Model Innovation
10.00 – 11.00: The Why and What of Business Model Innovation
11.00 – 11.20: Networking break
11.20 – 11.45: How-to: Tools, techniques and business model patterns
11.45 – 12.30: Break-out groups – Designing new business models
12.30 – 13.00: Business model pitch
13.00 – 13.15: Round-up session
Who should attend?
The workshop is primarily for executives and managers working with corporate innovation strategy and execution. Entrepreneurs, consultants, and academics with an interest in business models will also benefit from the workshop.
Cancellations will not be refunded after 30.10.2011
The event will be held in English.
About Philippe De Ridder & Board of Innovation
Board of Innovation is an international office specialized in business model innovation. They have developed a unique 16 Blocks method to analyze, challenge and innovate business models. Board of Innovation is working with organizations like eBay, Volkswagen, Belron/Carglass, the European Commission, P&G, and Cisco.
Philippe De Ridder is co-founder at Board of Innovation. He helps companies, startups and government in designing innovative business models. Philippe gives inspiring keynotes and workshops about trends, innovation and new business models in Europe, the U.S., South America, and Asia.
Check out this link to get a better sense of business model innovation.
WeDecide is a Danish Turkish company that develops group innovation and decision making platforms and services. We use an underlying stock market simulation to motivate and incentivize participation, contribution, collaboration across employees and customers. Idea markets have become popular recently as a great tool to aggregate different ideas and opinions, improve participation, entice collaboration and improve the quality of ideas. WeDecide offers it services to create innovative projects in organizations and help organizations to then execute them.
About Özyeğin Üniversity
Özyeğin Üniversity is a leading private university in Istanbul that was founded in 2005 with a special emphasis on entrepreneurship and innovation.
When & Where
WeDecide is a leading innovation managment software and services company based in Istanbul and Copenhagen. Visit http://wedecide.net