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Not Invented Here
Cross industry Innovation
Ramon Vullings and Marc Heleven
Not Invented here is the phenomenon of
people blocking out ideas from the outside.
Organizations need more radical and game
changing innovation to be able to meet the
challenges they will be facing.
Cross industry innovation is a clever way to
jump start your innovation efforts by drawing
analogies and transferring appr...
BMWs I drive system was inspired by the video
game industry, Nike Shox was adapted from
formula 1 racing shock absorbers.
The route is always to
1.Concept – Ask Why
2.Combine- Ask what If
3.Create – Ask How
The strategy in cross industry innovation is
not Copy and paste, it is Copy, Adapt and
paste.
Cross Industry innovation is the
commitment we make to the process of
asking questions, combining elements,
finding patter...
The art of powerful questions
• Generate curiosity in the listener
• Are thought provoking
• Surface underlying assumption...
If I had an hour to solve a problem, and my life
depended on it, I would spend the first 55
minutes determining the proper...
In Germany, companies such as
Daimler,Bayer,Siemens and SAP all have an
entire department – a department of
Fundamental qu...
Tips for better Questions
• Refuse to accept current reality
• Invite outsiders to ask questions about your
work and indus...
Spend time learning from other markets, other
sectors. Apply the best ideas from one sector
into another.
‘No one lives long enough to learn everything
by starting from scratch’ – Brian Tracy
‘We can only connect the dots that we collect’-
Amanda Palmer
10 disappearing jobs that won’t exist in 10 year’s time
• Retail cashier
• Telemarketer
• Freight storage provider
• Newsp...
Which jobs will disappear in your industry?
‘We are preparing students for the jobs that do
not exist’- Sir Ken Robinson
War and human conflict have always been a
source of misery, at the same time, one cannot
deny that they have been incredib...
A 5 second pit stop in Formula 1 racing has
lessons for : machine maintenance in factories,
rehearsal for Broadway shows a...
Business synonyms is a great way of looking at
other industries who treat the same word and
experience differently. That’s...
Customer =
Client=Student=patient=Shopper=Buyer=Purch
aser=End user=patron=Prospect=Supplier=pain
in the *ss=King=Queen=Em...
Service =help=Support=Listening=Aid=Life-
support=Account=Advantage=Applicability=Be
nefit=Business=Check=Courtesy=Dispens...
5 Business lessons from LEGO
a.From the beginning LEGO was designed to be
modular
b.LEGO is unafraid to experiment with em...
‘Good artists copy, great artists steal’ -
Picasso
When was the last time you did
something for the first time?
Cross Industry Innovation can de
described as a profitable meeting of
contexts, where previously there was no
connection.
Growing your business
1. Simplify
2. Cut the crap
3. Virtual Buying
4. Try before you buy
5. Freemium
6. Aim high
What can we learn from strange, uncommon
businesses or even illegal businesses?
• Really jump at opportunities
• Outsource...
Try the following prefix and see what
happens to your innovation:
Mixed
Dual
Hybrid
Functional
Smart
‘No candle maker has become a bulb
manufacturer, no carriage maker has become a
car manufacturer and the post office did n...
Many industries stay within their thinking
silos and within the boundaries of present
day rules and regulation
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Not invented here: Book Summary by D Shivakumar

  1. 1. Not Invented Here Cross industry Innovation Ramon Vullings and Marc Heleven
  2. 2. Not Invented here is the phenomenon of people blocking out ideas from the outside.
  3. 3. Organizations need more radical and game changing innovation to be able to meet the challenges they will be facing.
  4. 4. Cross industry innovation is a clever way to jump start your innovation efforts by drawing analogies and transferring approaches between contexts.
  5. 5. BMWs I drive system was inspired by the video game industry, Nike Shox was adapted from formula 1 racing shock absorbers.
  6. 6. The route is always to 1.Concept – Ask Why 2.Combine- Ask what If 3.Create – Ask How
  7. 7. The strategy in cross industry innovation is not Copy and paste, it is Copy, Adapt and paste.
  8. 8. Cross Industry innovation is the commitment we make to the process of asking questions, combining elements, finding patterns and testing concepts.
  9. 9. The art of powerful questions • Generate curiosity in the listener • Are thought provoking • Surface underlying assumptions • Channel attention • Focus inquiry • Stimulate reflective conversation • Generate energy • Evoke more questions
  10. 10. If I had an hour to solve a problem, and my life depended on it, I would spend the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask.
  11. 11. In Germany, companies such as Daimler,Bayer,Siemens and SAP all have an entire department – a department of Fundamental questions, and they see questioning as a strategic asset.
  12. 12. Tips for better Questions • Refuse to accept current reality • Invite outsiders to ask questions about your work and industry • Imagine the perfect situation • Detect real customer insights by analyzing their actual behavior • Challenge everything
  13. 13. Spend time learning from other markets, other sectors. Apply the best ideas from one sector into another.
  14. 14. ‘No one lives long enough to learn everything by starting from scratch’ – Brian Tracy
  15. 15. ‘We can only connect the dots that we collect’- Amanda Palmer
  16. 16. 10 disappearing jobs that won’t exist in 10 year’s time • Retail cashier • Telemarketer • Freight storage provider • Newspaper delivery boy • Travel agent • Postal worker • Taxi despatcher • Typist • Librarian • Social media manager • Meter reader
  17. 17. Which jobs will disappear in your industry?
  18. 18. ‘We are preparing students for the jobs that do not exist’- Sir Ken Robinson
  19. 19. War and human conflict have always been a source of misery, at the same time, one cannot deny that they have been incredible drivers of innovation.
  20. 20. A 5 second pit stop in Formula 1 racing has lessons for : machine maintenance in factories, rehearsal for Broadway shows and fast food drive through.
  21. 21. Business synonyms is a great way of looking at other industries who treat the same word and experience differently. That’s a great place to start.
  22. 22. Customer = Client=Student=patient=Shopper=Buyer=Purch aser=End user=patron=Prospect=Supplier=pain in the *ss=King=Queen=Employee=Stakeholder
  23. 23. Service =help=Support=Listening=Aid=Life- support=Account=Advantage=Applicability=Be nefit=Business=Check=Courtesy=Dispensation= Duty=Employ=Employment
  24. 24. 5 Business lessons from LEGO a.From the beginning LEGO was designed to be modular b.LEGO is unafraid to experiment with emerging new technologies c.LEGO gives its designers cost parameters d.LEGO is just not for children LEGO combines different types of innovation.
  25. 25. ‘Good artists copy, great artists steal’ - Picasso
  26. 26. When was the last time you did something for the first time?
  27. 27. Cross Industry Innovation can de described as a profitable meeting of contexts, where previously there was no connection.
  28. 28. Growing your business 1. Simplify 2. Cut the crap 3. Virtual Buying 4. Try before you buy 5. Freemium 6. Aim high
  29. 29. What can we learn from strange, uncommon businesses or even illegal businesses? • Really jump at opportunities • Outsource to specialists • Collaborate across borders
  30. 30. Try the following prefix and see what happens to your innovation: Mixed Dual Hybrid Functional Smart
  31. 31. ‘No candle maker has become a bulb manufacturer, no carriage maker has become a car manufacturer and the post office did not invent e mail’-Prof Marc Giget
  32. 32. Many industries stay within their thinking silos and within the boundaries of present day rules and regulation

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