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Criar uncontested o espaço do mercado. Explanação de Blue Ocean Strategy de W. Chan Kim e Renée Mauborgne. ('04)


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Oceano do vermelho de Blue Ocean Strategy

Que é Blue Ocean Strategy? Descrição

Melhor que competindo dentro dos confins da indústria existente ou tentando roubar clientes dos rivais (estratégia sangrenta ou vermelha) W. Chan Kim e Renée Mauborgne do oceano estão sugerindo Blue Ocean Strategy: tornar-se uncontested o espaço do mercado que faz a competição irrelevant.

De acordo com Kim e Mauborgne no HBR de outubro 2004, competir em indústrias overcrowded não é nenhuma maneira sustentar o performance elevado. A oportunidade real é: criar oceanos azuis de uncontested o espaço do mercado.

Crítica das vantagem de o competidor

Naturalmente a competição é importante. Mas focalizando na competição e nas vantagem de o competidor, de acordo com Kim e Mauborgne, os scholars, as companhias, e os consultantes ignoraram dois - e distante mais lucrative - aspectos muito importantes da estratégia:

  • Para encontrar e desenvolver oceanos azuis, e
  • Para explorar e proteger oceanos azuis. Estes desafios são muito diferentes daqueles a que os strategists devotaram a maioria de sua atenção.

Em oceanos azuis a demanda é criada, melhor que lutada sobre. Há uma oportunidade ampla para o crescimento que é rentável e rápido.

Duas maneiras criar oceanos azuis

  1. Um é lançar indústrias completamente novas, como eBay fêz com auctions em linha.
  2. É mais comum para que um oceano azul esteja criado dentro de um oceano vermelho quando uma companhia expande os limites de uma indústria existente.

Certamente Kim e Mauborgne merecem créditos para ter feito o ponto do sobre-foco em vantagem de o competidor e também para seu metaphor bonito dos dois tipos de oceanos.

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  Blue Ocean Sequencing - Bank of America
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  Blue Ocean Strategy of Google
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  Blue Ocean Strategy in Small Companies
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  Differences in BOS / ROS Cultures
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  What is a Strategic Sequence?
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Diagnostic Framework for Building a Blue Ocean Strategy

Kim and Mauborgne introduce in their book an interesting tool they call "The Strategy Canvas". The Strategy Canvas is both a diagnostic and an act...
Usage (application): Blue Ocean Strategy Formation

Challenging the Existing Strategic Logic

A great BOS-tool Kim and Mauborgne described is the "Four Actions Framework". This Four Actions Framework can be used to challenge the existing...
Usage (application): Blue Ocean Strategy Tools

How to Find Good Product Ideas? List of 10 Approaches

In his book “Product Leadership: Creating and Launching Superior New Products”, Robert Cooper suggests following ten ways to great new-product ...
Usage (application): Discovering New-Product Ideas, Creative Approaches

Blue Ocean Strategy Tools, Frameworks and Methodologies

Summaries of 12 Blue Ocean Strategy tools by Kim & Mauborgne:
1. PMS Map – Pioneer-Migrator-Settler Map. A key tool in the Blue Ocean Str...
Usage (application): Summaries of all BOS Tools

Innovation Pitfalls

Harvard Professor R. Moss Kanter describes 4 common innovation mistakes and corresponding remedies (HBR Nov 2006):
Usage (application): Avoiding Innovation Traps

The Value Creation Logic Types

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Usage (application): Discovering Blue Oceans

Recent Innovation Trends | New Innovation Types

Roland Bel (2012) outlines and explains four types of innovations that have become more and more important since the last decade. These recent inno...
Usage (application): Open innovation, User Innovation, Value Innovation, Bottom-up Innovation

How to Detect Consumer Needs that are Unmet?

In their article New Business Models in Emerging Markets" (Harvard Business Review, January-February 2011), Matthew J. Eyring, Mark W. Johnson, and Ha...
Usage (application): Product Innovation, New Product Development, Innovation Strategy

How to Find or Create A Blue Ocean?

In their book: Blue Ocean Strategy: How to Create Uncontested Market Space and Make the Competition Irrelevant, Kim and Mauborgne present the Six P...
Usage (application): Approaches to Reconstruct Market Boundaries

Pitfalls and Obstacles in Product Development Strategy

Although product development can be an important growth strategy, it is necessary to keep in mind that several factors tend to hinder this strategy: Usage (application): Product Development, Product Portfolio Management

A Closer Look Into Customer Value

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Usage (application): Customer Value Analysis, Strategic Marketing, Innovation Strategy

How to Determine the Right PRICING?

One major part of the Blue Ocean Strategy is the Strategic Pricing. To help managers find the right price for a product/service, Kim and Mauborgne hav...
Usage (application): Steps to Strategic Pricing

Value Innovation Strategy Best Practices

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Usage (application): Understanding the Fundamentals of Blue Ocean Strategy

How to Think Differently in Blue Ocean Strategy and Innovation?

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Usage (application): How to Be Innovative

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Usage (application): 5 Strategic Options in Reaction to Disruptors

Innovating by Reconsidering Value Delivery

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Usage (application): Fundamental Innovation

Classes of Innovation | Sources of Innovation

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    Usage (application): Innovation, Creativity, Organizational Innovativeness, Lateral Thinking, Out of the Box Thinking, Blue Ocean Strategy

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Usage (application): Portfolio Strategy, Innovation Strategy

How to Design Experiments to Support Decision-making on Strategic Innovations

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Usage (application): Strategic Innovation, Strategic Decision-making, Strategic Experimenting, Experiments, Strategic Testing, Innovation Tes

How to Lead an Innovation Team

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Usage (application): Best Practices, Innovation Team Management

What Makes a Company Innovative?

A futurethink 2006 Innovation Tracker Survey mentions:
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- Creative think...
Usage (application): Innovation Best Practices, R&D Best Practices, Corporate Innovation

Why Large Firms are Having Difficulties to Deal with Disruptive Innovations

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Usage (application): Innovation Management

Designing Complex Products or Systems Through Iterative Rapid-cycle Prototyping

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Usage (application): Design Thinking, Disruptive Innovation, Blue Ocean Strategy, Introducing Complex Systems, Co-Creation

Entrepreneurial Strategies in Emerging Markets

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Usage (application): Emergent Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Strategic Innovation

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