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Innovation Strategy: The Three Horizons of Growth (McKinsey)
Charles Alter, Consultant, United States, Member

One of ways of thinking about innovation strategy is to use the 3 Horizons of Growth developed by Steve Coley at McKinsey. The framework provides a useful mold to formulate an organization’s product and service portfolio strategy. It's a diagnostic tool that allows for evaluating the health of a product/service strategy pipeline and for setting up the alignment of short, medium, and long term (innovation) plans of an organization. The model describes 3 innovation horizons in the following manner: - Horizon #1: The Core Business that is most associated with the company in its current state. This typically is an established business that requires most of the attention of the company’s employees and generates the bulk of the sales volume, cash flow and profit. The focus in Horizon #1 is on “Defending and Extending” the core business and on superior execution. - Horizon #2: Includes all Emerging Opportunities that could be a variety of new business opportunities that the company has (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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Three Horizons Concept
Jeff Miles, Business Consultant, Australia, Member

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3 Horizons of Growth
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Three Horizons: Why?
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Extensions for the 3 Horizons of Growth
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Three Horizons of Growth Relevant for Established Businesses
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How to Implement the 3 Horizons within 1 Company
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3 Horizons : Sources for Ideas for Innovation
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Balancing Product's Innovations and Future Products
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3 Preparation Stages for Horizons of Growth
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Three Horizons of Growth
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Three Horizons of Growth are Practical
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Where to Hunt for Innovation Ideas?
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The Right Distribution of Resources over the 3 Horizons
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Exploring Uncertainity with the 3 Horizons of Growth
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Time is Important Point
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Three Horizons of Growth all about Innovation and Marketing
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Don't Focus too much on Horizon 1
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Senior Managers Should Focus on Horizons 2 and 3
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Consistent Context Using Horizons
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All 3 Horizons are Important, but...
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3 Horizons of Growth... Only for Large Companies?
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3 Horizons of Growth Reminds and Helps us Prepares for Change
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Three Horizons of Growth at SMEs
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Consider the Reasons for Growth in 3 Horizons
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3 Horizons Model - A Good Start for the Strategic Planning Process...
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Time to Spend on Each Innovation Horizon
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Differentiating Critical Functions and Costs
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Quite Useful Model for our Organisation
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Model for Industries That Have Complex Logistics
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Length of Horizons is Vital
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3 Horizons Model is about Strategy Stages
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The 3 Horizons for Growth
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Stabilizing Current Business can be hard in case of Disruptive Innovations
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Combine 3 Horizons of Growth with SWOT Analysis
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3 Horizons of Growth
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