... where visionaries, game changers, and challengers discuss business models
Published: August 2012
"Organizations today exist in an environment of unprecedented change. They do so against a backdrop of a global, competitive marketplace, the fast-paced enablement of technology, amplified regulation and accelerating organizational complexity. Many organizations are addressing change in a sub-optimal way and they are operating without a clear view of where their operational risks lie. It is these dynamics that are leading organizations to recognise and embrace Business Architecture."
In the context of the Business Model Generation, this book places the use of techniques such as the Business Model Canvas as the foundation for driving organisational design and organisational change. This book provides guidance on how to drive out the implementation of the BMC into a full-scale business architecture.
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Hello Graham - thank you so much for joining and for your contribution. I will order a copy of your book this weekend!
I have a question for you.
It has been my experience that business solutions require the collaboration, communication, and coordination of members from the business operations, technology, strategy, and branding teams.
One of the challenges that I have come across is finding a visual "common denominator" which can be understood and agreed upon between all of the team members. In my journey I have witnessed various visual models including business processes mapping, and use case models.
In your engagements, what common denominator have you leveraged to gain agreement on how to describe the business and the enabling technology to the team?