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The Three Horizon Model is a framework for strategic planning that divides innovation efforts into three horizons: short-term (current operations), medium-term (emerging opportunities), and long-term (disruptive innovations). This framework helps businesses balance short-term priorities with long-term strategic objectives, ensuring a focus on both incremental improvements and disruptive innovations. By allocating resources across different time horizons, organizations can maintain competitiveness in their core business while also exploring new growth opportunities and positioning themselves for future success.