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Value Creation and Business Model Innovation

In an environment in which long-term partnerships and joint ventures must be built on mutual trust, value creation is increasingly understood in terms of the shared value derived  from its business activities and captured by the organisation, and the...
When the benefits and values are not perceived by the customer and the attributes are standardized, goods and services become commoditized. According to Professor Michel, “Commoditization is a bad word. It is procurement’s weapon to make you lower your prices. And...
Innovation and creativity In this engaging presentation of the eight essentials of innovation performance, McKinsey principal Nathan Marston explains why innovation is increasingly important to driving corporate growth. Taken together, these form an essential operating system for innovation within a company’s...
Nick De Mey handpicked the most inspiring selection of business models across diverging industries.   How to build any business model with only 10 blocks Using a common, visual language enables you to easily communicate business models to different audiences, to learn from...
Digitization is key to meet customer expectations and protect core businesses today. To not only stay in the game but capture new sources of value, companies will need to reinvent their customer experience. That begins with bringing in data and analytics-based insights...
Workplaces today are under disruption by a range of factors, including shifting demographics, relentless business change, and global economic forces. The power of new technologies to address this disruption is directly related to an organization's ability to integrate those technologies...
 Increase revenue, reduce costs, gain efficiencies    The value chain is a strategic planning concept developed by Michael Porter, and classifies the value-adding activities of an organisation - the costs and value drivers are identified for each value activity. The aim is...
According to IBM Global CEO Study titled “The Enterprise of the Future”. “Disruptive by Nature” is the fourth of the five characteristics that define the Enterprise of the Future. Business processes, as well as some products and services, are becoming...
CEO perspectives – IMD President Dominique Turpin talks with KPMG Nicholas Griffin, Head of the Global Strategy Group at KPMG shares results and insights from a recent KPMG study that surveyed 1,200 CEOs. Findings show that CEO perspectives differ greatly...
The understanding of Industry 4.0 and its impact on the manufacturing industry is becoming an integral part of operational performance, and manufacturing excellence. Accortding to HfS research, Industry 4.0 means a fundamental change to the “old way” of manufacturing operations....
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