Alex Chenevier

ALEX CHENEVIER

Alex Chenevier, Founder of Managitech Ltd, based in Lyon and London, researcher/teacher & promoter of Innovation technology, digital applications, previously sales Director of web 1.0 startup based in Tokyo and Assistant to Vice-Presidents of financial practice at American operational consultancy in the City of London. Business Development Coordinator at Alexander Proudfoot, part of market-listed MCG (Management Consulting Group PLC).

In 2009, Alex successfully qualified for a Performance and Change Management Diploma with Open University in England. During the course of this master degree, the discipline of innovation and the specialty of disruptive innovation were identified for further development. These were to become the cornerstone of Managitech’s rapid growth.

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Digital Factory of the Incumbent: Software of the Mind

This paper was originally published on smartinsights.com, the 11th of September, 2018. Republished here with permission from the author.

Technological changes are one of the leading advocators to shape customer value. They are characterized by a process of social technological variations, rooted in different disciplines e.g., economics, sociology, and psychology.

Disruptive Innovation Methodology: K³.P.I.

How does the disruptive machine work? In this article Alex Chenevier offers a consolidated view of his previous publication, (before introducing his disruptive innovation methodology) by recording his research itinerary and extracting three intertwined progresses (the knowledge space, the path dependency and knowledge fusion), ultimately surfacing a unified model. The scientific equation of K³ey Performance Indicator℠ is perhaps the first definite, quantifiable and measurable model, and therefore applicable in business terms.

Innovation: at the Heart of the Disruptive Machine

Can the concept of disruptive innovation be applied in a systematc way? In this article the writer/researcher offers a retrospective view of the history of innovation, its incubation, periods of economically revolutionary change and how cultural, geographic and political influences gave rise to the evolvement of global organisations. It then goes on to explain the face of innovation setting a cultural consensus that could mean for the global 2000 in terms of a new incentivised direction.