Listen to insights on measuring innovation, innovation accounting and managing the uncertain process of developing new, sustainable and profitable business models.

Oliver shares his hands-on experience on corporate entrepreneurship, innovation, leadership and learning from his time at Nestle and Migros, building corporate startups and developing an innovation lab. He explains how they went from quarterly to weekly learning cycles and what it took to get there.

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Tristan Kromer is talking to us about why innovation teams need to be measured differently from other product teams and how to do it. Receive practical advice on how to implement innovation accounting on a team level.

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Episode 3 (Coming soon)

Innovation Accounting for Single Investments “The Secret is the Range” – with Tristan Kromer

Innovation accounting has a few core principles, such as lead indicators, incremental investments and for a corporate, betting on a portfolio not just single investments. Another very important principle is to think, calculate and communicate ranges rather than one number. To estimate the future impact or revenue within a certain likelihood, therefore quantify the uncertainty.  The innovator’s job is to narrow down this range with each experiment.

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