Harder Better Stronger Faster
The extreme pace of disruption and how
to survive it
The classifieds business
Whole industries
collapsing and
forming.
Carsales
Seek
Where Fairfax
once stood...
Fairfax
$7...
Disruption is accelerating
The innovation lifecycle is getting
shorter.
Time
Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
Impact
Inno...
Music
Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
Soundcloud
Spotify
iTunes
CD
Vinyl
Radio
Live
Time
Impact
Humans LOVE music...
TV
Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
YouTube, etc
DVD
Cable
Broadcast
Cinema
Time
Impact
Once simple to describe as “T...
What is a ‘media company’ anyway?
The whole idea of a ‘media
company’ is fragmenting.
Look how big Upworthy
grew in 2 year...
Insta-company
~$40M
13 months
12x return
to angel
investors
Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
Centurians: Some $100M AsiaPac startups
Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
Big companies are emerging fast
Facebook is only 9
years old and is worth
more than $100B.
It took HP 47 years to
break $1...
Companies are bigger than ever
Big companies in less
than 10 years
Spreets in 9 months
Wow, look at
the difference
betwee...
But nothing lasts forever
Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
“I hate Facebook”
Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
“It’s just so boring” Business Insider Ignition 2013 - Teen Panel
Short Fuse Big Bang
Deloitte’s study on
Australia shows
sectors which will
have the biggest
change in the shortest
time.
...
The Innovator’s Dilemma
Impact
Clayton Christensen
showed us how
disruptive innovation
comes from no-where
to attack inc...
The Innovator’s Dilemma
As time goes on…
Entropy is faster.
Impact
More companies
explode through
disruptive curve.
And m...
Startup Scene
In Sydney, Australia alone.
Catalyst
Count
Created companies
Accelerators/Incubators
6
60+
Hackathons
...
Fertile Conditions
Technological changes,
economic changes, cultural
changes strengthen each
other
Phil Morle | CEO | @ph...
Technology: empowering
Components
Reach
Cost
We can build fast.
We can reach lots of
people
We don’t need deep
pocket...
Economics: growing and moving
Half the world now online, Asia
becoming the economic centre of
gravity.
Phil Morle | CEO |...
Culture: The edge is in charge
It is a p2p web
and consumers
trust each other,
more than
companies.
Companies don’t
have t...
Impact
Defending a sustaining innovation is no
longer a survival strategy
Business models are
becoming temporary
and flu...
How can companies survive thrive?
Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
Impact
1. Manufacture business models
Startup practice can get a bunch of
prototype businesses to the ‘foothills’.
“21s...
2. Learn. Fast
There is no time to overthink.
Startup “Moneyball” to
out-learn the competition.
Count customer interviews,...
3. Foster entrepreneurial people
The vital last 1%
through emotional
labour.
Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
Pollenizer: a startup studio
We’ve learned the hard way through investing our own money into more than 20 startups.
Startup science
Measure
Build
Learn
Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
Startups have created a
management discipline that works
in a big company as well as a garage
Phil Morle | CEO | @philmor...
A startup is a temporary state, learning
what it is and who it is for
Search
Execute
Startups do this
Companies do this...
Webvan failed to learn
● Raised $800 million and flamed
out in 24 months.
● It failed to ask who it’s customer
was and pro...
Color failed to learn
●
●
●
●
●
Beautiful, incomplete product
No business model
$41M capital
All over in under 1 year
It ...
What lean startups do
The true product of an entrepreneur is not the
solution, but a working business model.
The real job ...
This is a helpful idea for big companies
Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
Big companies do this...
Requirements
Design
Build
Launch
Maintain
Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
What happens if this bit is wrong?
Requirements
Design
Build
Launch
Maintain
Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
Startups do this...
Product
Measure
Build
Data
Ideas
Learn
Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
We call it ‘validated learning’
Product
“Startups that succeed are those that iterate
Measure
Build
enough times before r...
Balancing intuition and
scientific method
Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
The startup lifecycle
1. Discovery
Problem Solution Fit
2. Validation
Product Market Fit
3. Efficiency
Ready to scale
T...
Evidence
Over 30,000 startups studied for patterns of success
and failure
Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
The most
common cause of
failure is self
destruction through
premature scaling
No startup that scaled prematurely
reached 100,000 users
Few startup that scaled prematurely
reached $100,000 monthly revenue
Startups that develop consistently
grow 20X faster
This has an impact on valuation
What’s your next move?
Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
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Pollenizer for Ateneo De Manila University (10 Dec 2013)

Phil Morle (@philmorle), co-Founder & CEO of Pollenizer and voted Australia's 2013 top Founder Institute mentor, discusses how startup innovation practice can create new business models as fast as the market changes and bring a culture of entrepreneurship to your team. http://pollenizer.com/
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Transcripts - Pollenizer for Ateneo De Manila University (10 Dec 2013)

  • 1. Harder Better Stronger Faster The extreme pace of disruption and how to survive it
  • 2. The classifieds business Whole industries collapsing and forming. Carsales Seek Where Fairfax once stood... Fairfax $7B > $1.5B Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 3. Disruption is accelerating The innovation lifecycle is getting shorter. Time Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle Impact Innovations have a larger impact.
  • 4. Music Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle Soundcloud Spotify iTunes CD Vinyl Radio Live Time Impact Humans LOVE music and as technology allows it, we engage with it the way WE want to.
  • 5. TV Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle YouTube, etc DVD Cable Broadcast Cinema Time Impact Once simple to describe as “TV” is fragmenting into thousands of digital channels.
  • 6. What is a ‘media company’ anyway? The whole idea of a ‘media company’ is fragmenting. Look how big Upworthy grew in 2 years but how long will it last? Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 7. Insta-company ~$40M 13 months 12x return to angel investors Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 8. Centurians: Some $100M AsiaPac startups Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 9. Big companies are emerging fast Facebook is only 9 years old and is worth more than $100B. It took HP 47 years to break $1B. Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 10. Companies are bigger than ever Big companies in less than 10 years Spreets in 9 months Wow, look at the difference between News Corp and Apple! Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 11. But nothing lasts forever Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 12. “I hate Facebook” Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle “It’s just so boring” Business Insider Ignition 2013 - Teen Panel
  • 13. Short Fuse Big Bang Deloitte’s study on Australia shows sectors which will have the biggest change in the shortest time. Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 14. The Innovator’s Dilemma Impact Clayton Christensen showed us how disruptive innovation comes from no-where to attack incumbents defending a sustaining business model. Time Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 15. The Innovator’s Dilemma As time goes on… Entropy is faster. Impact More companies explode through disruptive curve. And more are failing. It’s all happening faster Time Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 16. Startup Scene In Sydney, Australia alone. Catalyst Count Created companies Accelerators/Incubators 6 60+ Hackathons 20+ 200+ We’re making lots and lots of companies and 95% of them don’t survive to Series A capital raising. Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 17. Fertile Conditions Technological changes, economic changes, cultural changes strengthen each other Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 18. Technology: empowering Components Reach Cost We can build fast. We can reach lots of people We don’t need deep pockets So much is assembling existing parts. Tools + data 3 billion people online so far Free tools, commoditised bandwidth, super networks Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 19. Economics: growing and moving Half the world now online, Asia becoming the economic centre of gravity. Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 20. Culture: The edge is in charge It is a p2p web and consumers trust each other, more than companies. Companies don’t have the control they once had. Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 21. Impact Defending a sustaining innovation is no longer a survival strategy Business models are becoming temporary and fluid. Time Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 22. How can companies survive thrive? Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 23. Impact 1. Manufacture business models Startup practice can get a bunch of prototype businesses to the ‘foothills’. “21st century corporate survival requires companies to continually create a new set of businesses by inventing new business models.” David Butler - VP Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Coca-Cola Time Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 24. 2. Learn. Fast There is no time to overthink. Startup “Moneyball” to out-learn the competition. Count customer interviews, hypotheses tested, hypotheses failed, mentor meetings. #learned Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 25. 3. Foster entrepreneurial people The vital last 1% through emotional labour. Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 26. Pollenizer: a startup studio We’ve learned the hard way through investing our own money into more than 20 startups.
  • 27. Startup science Measure Build Learn Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 28. Startups have created a management discipline that works in a big company as well as a garage Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 29. A startup is a temporary state, learning what it is and who it is for Search Execute Startups do this Companies do this Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 30. Webvan failed to learn ● Raised $800 million and flamed out in 24 months. ● It failed to ask who it’s customer was and prove it before investing in growth. ● It failed to learn. Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 31. Color failed to learn ● ● ● ● ● Beautiful, incomplete product No business model $41M capital All over in under 1 year It failed to learn How Color prematurely scaled Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 32. What lean startups do The true product of an entrepreneur is not the solution, but a working business model. The real job of an entrepreneur is to systematically de-risk that business model over time. Ash Maurya / Spark59 Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 33. This is a helpful idea for big companies Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 34. Big companies do this... Requirements Design Build Launch Maintain Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 35. What happens if this bit is wrong? Requirements Design Build Launch Maintain Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 36. Startups do this... Product Measure Build Data Ideas Learn Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 37. We call it ‘validated learning’ Product “Startups that succeed are those that iterate Measure Build enough times before running out of resources” Eric Ries Data Ideas Learn Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 38. Balancing intuition and scientific method Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 39. The startup lifecycle 1. Discovery Problem Solution Fit 2. Validation Product Market Fit 3. Efficiency Ready to scale The Marmer Stages Skip a stage, and the chances are your startup will fail Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 40. Evidence Over 30,000 startups studied for patterns of success and failure Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle
  • 41. The most common cause of failure is self destruction through premature scaling
  • 42. No startup that scaled prematurely reached 100,000 users
  • 43. Few startup that scaled prematurely reached $100,000 monthly revenue
  • 44. Startups that develop consistently grow 20X faster
  • 45. This has an impact on valuation
  • 46. What’s your next move? Phil Morle | CEO | @philmorle