- you might use scenarios and e.g. start from "what will our profit from selling large manufacturing tools be in x years" + "are we happy with that". External environment factors, e.g. expected new entrants at…"
"Many manufacturing companies have product-service combinations (e.g. repair) as well as pure services (such as consulting) and move further in the servitization direction. Besides the many reasons to go for servitization, often the ROCE of services…"
"Your visualization is again a piece of art and now that the 'Wincklevi' are again after Facebook, your timing is right.
"What are the most important elements?" Thank you for bringing this up again. I experience that often…"
"Very interested. I am looking after the Global Consulting Practice in a global consulting organization with 350 professionals. We currently started the thinking on the mid-term changes in consulting to find out what will companies need us…"
"There are companies that last for hundreds of years while in average companies struggle to reach their 20th birthday.Shell, Siemens, etc. are examples of companies that exist for a long time.One of my favorite stories is Stora, a company with…"
"Why do consultants count on books (exiting or to be written) to run a workshop and was the book meant to be used for the purpose of consultants running workshops?
I see the book (and even better participating one of Alex' excellent workshops)…"
Our learnings relate to the following topics:
-How much time does it take to stick post-its on the canvas?
To understand a business model of a company (other than our own) and see some obvious paths for extension/transformation/etc.…"
"For this purpose, we tend to refer to the NABC value proposition approach (developed by SRI). NABC = Need-Approach-Benefits-Competition. The focus is on Need (customer pain) and Benefits (quantifiable from customer perspective)."