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The Corporate Venturing Handbook

A Step-by-Step Guide to the Value Creation Process

Learn how to initiate and manage a corporate venturing programme successfully to realize financial and strategic growth for your organization.
EAN: 9781398613577
Edition: 1
Format: 234 x 156
288 pages

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About the book

Corporate venturing is a key strategic growth tool, but it is also complex and most programmes fail. Learn how to successfully manage, measure and improve a corporate venturing programme with this one-stop strategic guide.

The Corporate Venturing Handbook
delivers phase-by-phase guidance on the effective set-up, operation and termination of a corporate venturing programme. Shedding light on how corporate venturing actually works in practice, it outlines how to manage its underlying dynamics and avoid pitfalls. Its intuitive and systematic framework navigates users through meeting objectives and expectations so they can successfully generate value for their organizations. The framework is evidence-based and data-driven, steering users to make informed decisions specifically tailored to their own organizational needs, and also offers a valuable tool to help measure and capture the financial and strategic return on innovation, improving the transparency and traceability of value creation.

Readers will also benefit from best practice insights, cases and examples from some of the biggest and most longstanding corporate venturing programmes in the world, including Siemens Healthineers, Shell Ventures, Axa Venture Capital and Strategic Capital, PM Equity Partner, Nestle and Samsung.

About the authors

Dietmar Grichnik is Director of the Institute of Technology Management at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland.
Manuel Hess is Assistant Professor at the Global Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland.

Jana Reuther
is Research Associate at the Chair for Entrepreneurship at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland.

Alexander Stoeckel
is Director of Venture Capital at Philip Morris International in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Michael Hilb
is a board member and professor at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland.

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