In order to remain competitive, and to survive disruption from elsewhere, a business should be investing in its innovation pipeline constantly. The Three Horizons Framework helps organisations achieve a structured approach to innovation, and this template provides some background, some supporting arguments, and template slides to help managers with new innovation programmes.
- The 3 Horizons model was first published in The Alchemy of Growth by Merhdad Baghai, Stephen Coley, and David White in 1999.
- It was made popular by McKinsey, Geoffrey Moore, and others more recently.
- It is NOT new thinking, but the 3 areas of focus form a useful and simple pattern to ensure that your organisation focuses on maintaining an active innovation pipeline.
This Three Horizons Framework Template Includes
- Background to support an innovation programme
- The Eisenhower matrix to explain the importance of investing in strategic projects
- Introduction to the Three Horizons Framework
- Introduction to the FROST Innovation Framework
- An introduction to the “Suicide Box” when developing new innovation concepts
- An introduction in constant Innovation Pipeline investment
- A Three Horizons Status Report
- A Three Horizons “If we carry on as we are” Roadmap Template
- A Three Horizons Action Plan Roadmap Template
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|Short Description||The “Three Horizon Framework” was published in 1999, and helps organisations plan and structure a healthy innovation pipeline. This template pack acts as a rapid introduction, and provides materials for a manager to use in structuring an innovation programme with Three Horizons in mind.|
|File Type||MS Powerpoint, Apple Keynote|
|Business Category||Innovation Processes for Startups and Corporations, Project Portfolio Management|
|Key Aspects||FROST Innovation Framework, Innovation, Innovation Proposal, Strategy, Three Horizons Innovation Framework|