... where visionaries, game changers, and challengers discuss business models
Thanx for your replies! (Sorry I haven't reacted sooner!)
The intent of my question is more of dealing as an existing organisation in a market that’s become disruptive than trying to create a disruptive business model. I agree that the latter would be the best bet, but I think (and I wonder if you agree) this would be easier with a new start-up than building from an existing organisation.
Please look at my answer below (or above?) to Alex. I hope I make the essence of my question a bit clearer there.
by disruptive markets, I mean markets that are subject to fast technical developments, swift shifting consumer behaviour/attitude and thus great economical uncertainty. At this moment, on might say that we all are operating in disruptive markets, but I think some are a lot more than others!
(some background information: I am active in print and direct-marketing)
I do understand the hesitation towards general lists in this case and I do appreciate that every business model is unique, however, I wonder if it is possible to make a checklist of criteria that organisations who operate in disruptive markets can hold against their business models to help them make their model more future proof.
What I’m looking for, would be a “checklist” containing subjects like innovation, flexibility, partnerships/outsourcing, etc.