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Innovation Value Pyramid (Innovation Maturity Model)

The Innovation Value Pyramid is a maturity model that categorizes organizations into four levels of innovation culture. The first (i.e. the lowest) level is characterized by innovation that is driven by the owner of the organisation. The second level is where innovation is driven by the people in the organisation. The third level is where innovation is systematic within the organisation. The fourth and highest level is characterised by an innovation culture that is autonomous, meaning that it is not reliant on either the owner or the people in the organisation - it embodies the culture itself.

Organisations that solely innovate from the owner have the lowest enterprise value. They are typically small businesses that are not able to scale or grow. The highest value is attributed to organisations that have a culture where innovation is autonomous. These companies often have a deep understanding of their customers and the market, which allows them to continually create new products and services that meet customer needs.

The Innovation Value Pyramid is a maturity model that categorizes organizations into four levels of innovation culture.

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