What is disruptive innovation?

By Cecilia Thirlway on 01 August 2019
Topics: innovation, radical innovation, transformational innovation, disruptive innovation, Clayton Christensen
Taking EasyJet as an example, we look at the concept first described by Joseph Bower and Clayton Christensen in 1995, and how it differs from radical or transformational innovation. 
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What is Innovation Ambition and what's yours?

By Cecilia Thirlway on 04 June 2019
Topics: business, innovation, innovation management, horizons, sustaining innovation, radical innovation, transformational innovation, Innovation Ambition Matrix, adjacent innovation, incremental innovation, innovation ambition, core innovation
Innovation isn't just about moonshots and disruptions. Expanding existing capabilities and realising smaller, less radical projects can still create value for your organisation. Here's how the three levels of ambition can help ensure balance in...
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What are the three horizons of innovation?

By Cecilia Thirlway on 15 May 2019
Topics: business, innovation, innovation management, goals, horizons, portfolio management, growth, sustaining innovation, radical innovation
We take a look at where the three horizons framework comes from and what it is, as well as some of the current thinking around it, to help you apply it to your innovation portfolio.
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