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Autor: James A Gardner
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Innovation and the Future Proof Bank

A Practical Guide to Doing Different Business-as-Usual
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Innovation, the conversion of the new to business as usual, is avery special business process. It is the business process able toreprogram all others. Creating the practices that make this processwork is a key challenge for all in financial services that areworried about responding to the future. When an institution canidentify things that are outside its present practices and convertthem, production line style, into products, processes, culturalchanges, or new markets, it will never be outpaced by internal orexternal change again. The institution becomes "FutureProof".
This is a book about those practices in banks. It explains,using examples from institutions around the world, what it takes tocreate an innovation culture that consistently introduces newthings into undifferentiated markets and internal cultures. Itshows how banks can leverage the power of the new to establishunexpected revenue lines, or make old ones grow. And it providesadvice on the social and political factors that either help orhinder the germination of the new in banks. Moreover, though, thisis a book about the science of innovation in a banking context.Drawing from practices already highly developed in financialservices--managing portfolios of assets to mitigaterisk--it explains how practitioners can run their innovationsgroups like any other business line in the bank one that delivers areturn on investment predictably and at high multiples of internalcost of capital.

For leaders, Innovation and the Future Proof Bankprovides the diagnostic tools to guide benchmarking and investmentdecisions for the innovation function. And for innovationpractitioners, the book lays out everything needed to make surethat converting the new to business as usual is predictable,measurable, and profitable.
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List of Figures.


1 Introduction.

What you will find in this chapter.

1.1 What is innovation anyway?

1.2 What happens when you don't futureproof.

1.3 Five things that innovation is not.

1.4 150 years of innovation in banks.

1.5 The innovation downside.

1.6 An overview of the futureproofing process.

1.7 Where to go now.

2 Innovation Theories and Models.

What you will find in this chapter.

2.1 The innovation adoption decision process.

2.2 Personal innovativeness.

2.3 Innovation from the perspective of the market.

2.4 Characteristics of innovations.

2.5 Innovation from the perspective of the firm.

2.6 Case Study: The internal adoption of social media.

2.7 Theory of disruption.

2.8 Case Study: PayPal's continuing disruption of the payments market.

2.9 Thoughts before going further.

3 Innovating in Banks.

What you will find in this chapter.

3.1 The innovation pentagram in banks.

3.2 The Five Capability Model of a successful innovation function.

3.3 Case Study: Innovation at Bank of America.

3.4 Building out the futureproofing process.

3.5 Technology, business, and innovation.

3.6 Autonomic innovation.

3.7 Case Study: ChangeEverything, a project by Vancity in Canada.

3.8 The banking innovation challenge.

4 Futurecasting.

What you will find in this chapter.

4.1 The purpose of futurecasting.

4.2 An overview of futurecasting.

4.3 What futurecasts should innovators be doing?

4.4 An example.

4.5 Constructing the futurecast with scenario planning methods.

4.6 Prediction methods.

4.7 Case Study: AMP's Innovation Festival.

4.8 Some final words about futurecasting.

5 Managing Ideation.

What you will find in this chapter.

5.1 An overview of the ideation phase.

5.2 Campaign and create.

5.3 Collect, catalogue, and compare.

5.4 Scoring.

5.5 Customer insight.

5.6 Customer co-creation.

5.7 Case Study: Royal Bank of Canada's Next Great Innovator Challenge.

5.8 Concluding remarks.

6 The Innovation Phase.

What you will find in this chapter.

6.1 Should we? Can we? When?

6.2 The innovation portfolio.

6.3 What happens next?

6.4 Tools for 'Should we?'

6.5 Tools for 'Can we?'

6.6 Tools for 'When?'

6.7 Selling innovations.

6.8 Case Study: Bank of America and the Centre for Future Banking.

6.9 Wrapping up the innovation phase.

7 Execution.

What you will find in this chapter.

7.1 Ways to manage execution.

7.2 Building the new thing.

7.3 The launch.

7.4 Operations post-launch.

7.5 Signals for futurecasting.

7.6 Case Study: Innovation Market.

7.7 The end of futureproofing.

8 Leading Innovation Teams.

What you will find in this chapter.

8.1 Leadership styles.

8.2 Things the leaders should do.

8.3 Signs of a bad innovation leader.

8.4 What next?

9 The Innovation Team.

What you will find in this chapter.

9.1 The changing shape of the innovation workforce.

9.2 Creators, embellishers, perfectors, and implementers.

9.3 Team working.

9.4 When innovators go bad.

9.5 A last word about innovation teams.

10 Processes and Controls.

What you will find in this chapter.

10.1 Oversight.

10.2 Metrics.

10.3 Rewards and recognition.

10.4 Innovation and the organisation.

10.5 Funding innovation.

10.6 The visible face of innovation.

10.7 And finally . . .

11 Making Futureproofing Work in Your Institution.

What you will find in this chapter.

11.1 Case Study: Civic banking at Caja Navarra.

11.2 Starting your innovation programme.

11.3 Making ideation work.

11.4 The innovation stage.

11.5 Execution.

11.6 Doing futurecasting.

11.7 Innovation leaders and teams.

Some Final Words.



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Autor: James A Gardner
ISBN-13 :: 9780470685211
ISBN: 0470685212
Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
Seiten: 334
Sprache: Englisch
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