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3 Horizons of Growth

   

Definition: 3 Horizons of Growth is a framework that provides a useful mold to formulate an organization's product and service portfolio strategy. It's a diagnostic tool that allows for evaluating the health of a product/service strategy pipeline and for setting up the alignment of short, medium, and long term (innovation) plans of an organization. The model describes 3 innovation horizons in the following manner:
Horizon #1: The CORE BUSINESS
Horizon #2: EMERGING OPPORTUNITIES
Horizon #3: INNOVATIVE NEW IDEAS for profitable growth in the future.


   
   
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