Business models are changing. Faster than ever. So, we better start designing our new, innovative and alternative business models today. Invest in our most important capability, to earn the new language of the business model design. We’ll learn what is the backbone of our business models, where the biggest opportunities of our business model are and not least what is the only rule in using the Business Model Canvas.
Be aware of the netlixed threat. Netfliexed means to cause disruption or turmoil to an existing business model. If your leadership isn’t doing it, someone else will seize the opportunity.
Your organisation has three possibilities to focus on in creating value for the business and for the society. First are processes. Second are new products and services’. And the third option, where you have the opportunity to create the most value are business models.
The good news is, all three options are not linearly connected but are rather independent from each other. Without any doubt, though: business model innovation brings the strongest value not only to business but also to the society.
Story about successful business model innovation on the case of Alexander Osterwalder book Business Model Generation. The idea how to design your business model even if you have literally no resources. Always prototype your business model with at least one partner, set up a strict time lime for one business model design iteration, and most importantly never write on the business model canvas itself.
How is it possible that children, who have just completed kindergarten are able to build a tower higher than students of business schools? In the game, everything is possible. Very popular game “spaghetti challenge” shows the value and importance of prototypes, which are a key components of design thinking.
What is the difference between being a designer and thinking like a designer?? Is every designer already a design thinker? And how come that everybody could be a design thinker? Where is therefore the role of design as such?
The Long Tail: Why the Future of Business Is Selling Less of More is the book of the former Wired Editor in Chief, Chris_Anderson. This book had the major influence on the Google’s business model. My rating of the book is 4 out of 5 stars.
By using a simple model it’s possible to visualize strategic design thinking in order to establish effective communication to a leadership of a mayor company.