Innovating our Common Future is the motto of the ISPIM 2021 conference in Berlin. With our Special Interest Group, we expect the worldwide leading innovation professional from research and advanced practice. Together with our colleagues from Borderstep we are hosting this event and contributed Values-Based and Sustainability-Oriented Innovation Management focus theme of the conference.   Changing customer and stakeholder values and normative frameworks such as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by the United Nations create new challenges and opportunities for innovation. We call for demonstrations of innovation approaches and solutions for key societal challenges on local, regional and global levels and how these can create our common innovation future.  

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In this webinar in collaboration with CreativeLabs, Henning introduces the values-based innovation management framework and presents unique facilitation methods. Learn how to generate ethnographic customer insights to drive product and service innovation, how to model values-based business and how to review business policies to drive innovation. Each approach is exemplified with selected cases from UXBerlin consulting projects.

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We published two new journal papers dealing with sustainability-oriented business model patterns. Florian is first author of "The Sustainable Business Model Pattern Taxonomy – 45 Patterns to Support Sustainability-Oriented Business Model Innovation" (please find a short summary here). Together with him, Klaus Fichter and Irina Tiemann, Henning Breuer also published a paper on "Sustainability-Oriented Business Model Development: Principles, Criteria and Tools". See the publications for details.

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At Sungkyunkwan University Henning is presenting our work on business model innovation at the Department of Systems Management Engineering & Management of Technology (MOT). Looking forward to finding out more about the Korean business ecosystem where still few large corporation dominate not only the market and startups are just emerging as new players in business life.

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„The Business Modelling Starter Kit is of such value that it was stolen yesterday on an e-health event after I showed it (unfortunately this really happened)", Andre Winzer (Schaltzeit).   ...................................................................   "I particularly like the Business Modeling Starter kit because it introduces a time dimension in business modeling, going from the development of value proposition to the test of the model. In this way, it improves the Canvas by facilitating the transition from user experience research to business models design. In addition, it provides a rich set of analogies from companies and the press that can be used in new business models ideation and testing" (Massimo Garbuio, Lecturer in Entrepreneurship at the University of Sydney Business School).   "Great tool that enables ebaloration of present and future business model in a playful and yet structured way! Take a look beyond the given situation, learn about pattern from other companies and industries, generate and condense the essential elements of a business model" (Reinhard Ematinger, Facilitator).   "Super! We worked for 5 hours on Slik17 and received extraordinary results. Especially I liked the example cards in the warmup phase and the challenger cards with scenarios“ (Julian J. Kea, Co-Founder of Slik17).   "We have used it for the first time with lawyers and achieved impressive results. Even in the field of law it helps to create an overview of the required expertise and revenue sources for the different fields of law. Systematizing all business aspects we were able to clarify the future development path of the chancellery “ (Andre Winzer, Schaltzeit).

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