How to discover values as a yet untapped source for innovation? How to expand into new values-based markets?
- Business Modelling: Workshops allow developing business models and their components based on values.
- Future Scenarios: Exploratory and normative scenarios reveal what to prepare for and where to head.
- Field Research: Ethnographic inquiries reveal values and interests of diverse stakeholder groups.
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We teach Values-Based Innovation Management on Bachelor and Master level as well as for Professionals and Executives.
- Bachelor and Master courses: e.g. HMKW Berlin, University of Hamburg
- Professional and Executive courses: e.g. Leuphana University, Lufthansa Systems
- Teaching workshops: e.g. Halmstad University, Copenhagen Business School
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Our research on Values-Based Innovation Management covers a broad range of theoretical and practical issues. For example:
- Values-based network innovation: Read our in-depth case study on the German EnERgion project.
- Values-based business model innovation: We are exploring sustainable business model patterns and tools.
- Values-based product innovation: Our latest case study deals with the case of Tata’s Nano car.
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Various materials are available to support Values-Based Innovation Management in teaching, research, and practice.
- Teaching resources: Available for free from the companion website, e.g. a 124-page presentation slide deck and 11 teaching cases.
- Research resources: Journal articles, conference papers, and book chapters are available in English and German.
- Tools: The Business Innovation Kit and the Sustainability Innovation Pack are available as free and premium versions from UXBerlin.
Henning Breuer is the founder of UXBerlin – Innovation Consulting, and Professor for Business and Media Psychology at the University of Applied Sciences of Media, Communication and Management in Berlin, Germany.
Florian Lüdeke-Freund holds the Chair for Corporate Sustainability at ESCP Europe Business School, Berlin, and he is Research Fellow at the Center for Sustainability Management (CSM) and Copenhagen Business School (CBS).
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