sexta-feira, outubro 07, 2016

O que prejudica a inovação

"I struggled with innovation for many years. I finally made progress when I focused on two things: (1) the customers’ struggle to make life better and (2) how customers imagine their lives being better when they have the right solution. This understanding has helped me become a better innovator.
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Creative destruction is accelerating. The average time a company spends on the S&P 500 continues to drop. ... This happened for numerous reasons. A big one is that it has never been easier to create a product and get it to customers.
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even though solutions and technologies come and go, human motivation changes very slowly. In some cases, human motivation hasn’t changed at all. The focus on customer motivation is the key to successful, ongoing innovation and business."
Segue-se uma série de ideias sobre o que prejudica a aposta na inovação:
"“Sunk costs” keep us from creating new products.
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It’s a mistake to focus on our customers’ physical characteristics.
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We don’t take into consideration how customers see competition.
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We myopically study and improve upon customers’ “needs” and expectations of today; instead we should study and improve the systems to which customers belong.
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We may think only about the upsides of product changes, ignore the downsides, and fail to embrace new ways of solving customers’ problems.
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Our decision making can be misled when we manage by visible figures only, and don’t appreciate the context surrounding them."

Trechos retirados de "When coffee & kale compete" de Alan Klement.

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