Transcript
  • 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:06    |    
    Introduction
  • 01:08    |    
    Hitendra Patel's expertise
    • Lithium-ion battery
    • Integrated thinking
  • 03:24    |    
    Arthur D. Little
  • 04:23    |    
    The Boston Consulting Group (BCG)
  • 05:06    |    
    The Beijing Consulting Group
  • 05:26    |    
    The Monitor Group
  • 06:10    |    
    IXL Center
  • 06:31    |    
    Innovation breakthrough
    • Apple
    • Google
    • Amazon
    • Netflix
    • Worldwide infrastructure
    • Manchester United
  • 12:39    |    
    Trends
    • Global trends
    • Starbucks Coffee
    • Company availability
    • Women's trends
  • 18:12    |    
    Connectivate
  • 19:30    |    
    Everywhere philosophy
    • Religion
    • Catalogs
  • 20:55    |    
    Anytime philosophy
    • Aqueducts
    • Radio
    • Delivery
  • 21:51    |    
    Always available companies
  • Evolution of movies
  • 24:01    |    
    Connectivations
    • Groupon
    • Iridium
    • Natura
    • BigBelly Solar
    • eHarmony
    • TripAdvisor
    • LinkedIn
  • 30:06    |    
    Keys to a successful business
    • "Aha" moments
    • Customer experience
    • Competition
    • Investing impact
  • 31:57    |    
    Questions before starting a business
    • Market access
    • Customer expectations
    • Barriers to entry
    • World impact
  • 34:33    |    
    Company "aha"
    • Credibility
    • Globalization
    • New markets
    • Long-tail markets
    • Forecasting
  • 45:49    |    
    Customer voice
    • Convenience
    • Security
    • Confidence
    • Connectivity
  • 50:49    |    
    Competitors
    • Apple's business strategy
    • Apple's business model
    • Apps
    • Songs
    • Iphone strategy
  • 57:11    |    
    Business model innovation
    • Production
    • Offering
    • Delivery
    • Market target
  • 59:37    |    
    Differentiation capabilities
    • Niche markets
    • Partnership benefits
  • 01:03:57    |    
    Impact of globalization
  • 01:05:33    |    
    Question and answer period
    • Business networking in the world
    • What do you think about prototyping?
    • What do you think about benchmarking?
    • Why haven't technology operators charged companies for the market services they enable?
  • 01:13:31    |    
    Final words
  • 01:13:58    |    
    Final credits


Innovation Session

New Media  | 09 de noviembre de 2011  | Vistas: 22

Enormous business opportunities are just a click away from your portfolio. Hitendra Patel explains the way to start a venture by using the entire physical and virtual infrastructure available everywhere. He talks about the benefits of the flourishing connectivity, which has embodied a great deal of favorable circumstances with all the technological advances presently; and tells how each entrepreneur must take advantage of these resources to increase their odds, in any market around the world. Patel sets examples of companies that have revolutionized the niche markets and is able to portray his idea of an efficient and productive business structure. He also talks about the importance of trends and the need for businesses, nowadays, to be available for their customers at all time. Taking into account different elements, he makes an analysis of the main issues entrepreneurs must think of when starting a journey through this fulfilling vocation.




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