Innovation Isn't About New Products, It's About Changing Behavior | Fast Company
Behavior is the unknowable variable in every innovation, and it is the variable that most determines the opportunity a new business model has to evolve and take advantage of the new behavior.It's The Behavior, Stupid We are at the tail end of an era that has focused almost entirely on the innovation of products and services, and we are at the beginning of a new era that focuses on the innovation of what I like to call "behavioral business models." These models go beyond asking how we can make what we make better and cheaper, or asking how we can do what we do faster.
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