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Design Driven Innovation
Changing the Rules of Competition by Radically Innovating What Things Mean371
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Until now, the literature on innovation has focused either on radical innovation pushed by technology or incremental innovation pulled by the market. In design-driven innovation: how to compete by radically innovating what things means, Roberto Verganti introduces a third strategy, a radical shift in perspective that introduces a bold new way of competing. Design-driven innovations do not come from the market; they create new markets. They don't push new technologies; they push new meanings.
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It's about having a vision, and taking that vision to your customers. Think of game-changers like Nintendo's Wii or Apple's iPod. They overturned our understanding of what a video game means and how we listen to music. Customers had not asked for these new meanings, but once they experienced them, it was love at first sight.
But where does the vision come from? With fascinating examples from leading European and American companies, Verganti shows that for truly breakthrough products and services, we must look beyond customers and users to those he calls "interpreters" - the experts who deeply understand and shape the markets they work in.
Design-Driven Innovation offers a provocative new view of innovation thinking and practice.
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Roberto Verganti is Professor of Management of Innovationat Politecnico di Milano. He is the founder of PRoject Science,a consulting institute which advises global corporations on themanagement of strategic innovation, and is the author of manyarticles in scientific journals, as well as the article "InnovatingThrough Design," published in the Harvard Business Review (December 2006).
1. Design-Driven Innovation. An introduction
Part One: The Strategy of Design-Driven Innovation
2. Design and Meanings. Innovating by making sense of things
3. Radical Pushes. Placing design-driven innovation in the strategy of a firm
4. Technology Epiphanies. The interplay between technology-push and design-driven innovation
5. The Value and the Challenges. Why companies do or do not invest in design-driven innovation
Part Two: The Process of Design-Driven Innovation
6. The Interpreters. Doing research with the design discourse
7. Listening. Finding and attracting key interpreters
8. Interpreting. Developing your own vision
9. Addressing. Leveraging the seductive power of the interpreters
Part Three: Building Design-Driven Capabilities
10. The Design-Driven Lab. How to start
11. Businesspeople. The key role of top executives and their culture