Having a clear set of strategic definitions for a company enables innovation objectives to be aligned to the purpose and attached to the mission of the firm. This alignment enables executives to clearly communicate the innovation strategy throughout the company and drive increased
Your Purpose Statement is an inspirational, motivational, and transformative statement of what your organization aspires to do for someone else.
Your Vision Statement describes what your organization wishes to be like at some future time, establishing direction for your purpose. Fundamentally, your Vision sets your organization apart from any other with similar goals.
Your Mission Statement describes the business your organization is in, now and in the future. It explains how you will accomplish your Purpose and reach your Vision in a manner understood both internally and externally.
Empower organizations to accelerate innovation performance
A world where innovation is a business norm
Create, produce and deliver Innovation as a Service
Revolutions follow the recognition of anomalies.
— Thomas S. Kuhn
Kevin Fallon has over 30 years of business experience beginning at General Electric and RCA, and subsequently as a founder of five technology ventures. In addition, as COO with two publicly traded corporations, Kevin has met a broad array of operational, financial and market challenges with innovation, foresight and action. An entrepreneurial leader, Kevin has experience in start-ups, acquisitions, expansions and roll ups. Prior to launching Pivotal Innovation, Kevin was Managing Partner in an early stage accelerator. As CEO at Pelion Systems, he increased revenue by 700% in one year through acquisition and organic growth. As President of MX Logic (MXL), Kevin increased revenue by 900% in fifteen months. MXL sold to McAfee for $170M in 2009. As COO of TAVA, Kevin created a new business line that increased shareholder value by 350% in 2½ years while increasing the market cap from $36 M to $198 M. Kevin holds an MBA from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and a BS in Electrical Engineering from Drexel University. He is an Inaugural Member of the Philadelphia 100 Hall of Fame for his inspirational model of entrepreneurship. He is an active member of the Young Presidents’ where he led the inaugural YPO Innovation Week innovatively impacting over 2,000 CEOs. In serving his community, he is on the Board of the Denver Business Series, a non-profit organization focused on education, career development and networking.
Fred has over 15 years of experience in corporate strategy, managerial consulting, entrepreneurial startup growth and multi-national organization M&A. While with Deloitte, Fred was focused on helping healthcare companies implement agile processes and solutions. At Intel Corp., Fred enabled new strategies to allow technology businesses to expand their solution footprints. Fred’s startup experience includes building a mobile application that was sold for over $20M with no capital investment as well as developing innovative uses for Bluetooth technology. At McKesson, Fred led myriad M&A investments, and most recently was fully responsible for managing the acquisition of Proventys. Under Fred’s leadership, this division developed market disrupting decision support solutions in oncology. In his role, Fred was able to grow the flagship product, Clear Value Plus, from an initial concept into a thriving business, reaching revenues of over $5M annually in under two years. The product is now in use by over 1/3 of the all community oncologists in the USA. Fred holds an MBA from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania with a major in healthcare management as well as a BS in Industrial Engineering from The University of Arizona.