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The 9 Mistakes Venture Boards Make

  • Posted by Dan Toma
  • On 31/08/2020
Although in principle everyone agrees that corporations need to get better at mimicking the venture capital world when it comes to taking investment decisions in ventures, in reality this is proving harder to apply.  One of the vehicles corporations created internally to be able to make better and faster decisions with respect to their innovation […]
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The Venture Boards

  • Posted by Dan Toma
  • On 16/07/2020
Measuring innovation at product team level is not enough to have an innovation accounting system. Innovation has become an important activity for the survivability and future profitability of a company. Therefore more and more stakeholders are drawn to the process of building the company’s future offerings.  Keeping one group of stakeholders in the dark is […]
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Slicing and Dicing Innovation Vehicles

  • Posted by Dan Toma
  • On 07/05/2020
In this current global market, large corporate companies have seen first-hand their industries disrupted by innovative startups. Startups that bring new technology to their clients and offer customers something novel to an already existing need. For established corporates to stay ahead, they need to allow for disruptive innovation to happen internally. Allowing entrepreneurial, accelerated corporate […]
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Experiment Velocity vs. Learning Velocity

  • Posted by Dan Toma
  • On 30/04/2020
I was partially wrong promoting ‘experiment velocity’ as an important Innovation Accounting KPI. I’m gonna tell you why and what’s the fix. But first let me briefly tell you how I initially concluded that ‘experiment velocity’ was the Innovation Accounting KPI to rule them all. Financial KPIs should not be used to measure new businesses. […]
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