VALUE CREATION

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Ultimately Robert’s Rules of Innovation is all about VALUE CREATION. The key to optimizing sustainable Innovation programs is value creation. The customer/consumer value proposition is the goal to ultimately gain a financial payback. Customer value can be created through the actual value-added of the new product, once you find that delicate balance between cost, price and return. Pick up Robert’s Rules of Innovation to discover more about value creation in the Innovation process.

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