March 2012 Blog Posts (8)

THE DISRUPTOR'S JOURNEY: How to Generate Massive Growth in Customers, Happiness, and Value?

What if there was a one-page template that could be used be used to solve extremely challenging problems in business, personal life, and society? What if all business methodologies could be traced to a Primary Disruptive Question (PDQ)? What if all heroic problem solvers including the hero in Joseph Campbell's "The Hero With a Thousand Faces" used the same template to solve problems and present solutions?


Check out The Disruptor's Journey, a one-page template that will change…


Added by Rod on March 20, 2012 at 7:52am — No Comments

People Power! On the Importance of Engaging People in Sustainable Business Change

In the second of a five-part series ‘As If People Matter’, I explain how engaging people is vital in making a successful and lasting transition towards sustainable business and in delivering tangible business benefits.

“The biggest challenge in sustainability is engaging people and delivering the necessary behavioural change. This is all about how to turn a moment into a movement.”…


Added by Michael Derek Townsend on March 19, 2012 at 8:00am — No Comments

BMI Hub for Malaysia and South East Asia

I'd like to connect with members, if not to start in Malaysia and thereafter within South East Asia a BMI network and community. My philosophy is for a PPP-Partnership: Personal-Public-Private Partnership practice . TQ

Added by Andrew Pang Seng Khooon on March 14, 2012 at 10:59am — 1 Comment

Serendipity at an analog bookstore....

I have always loved walking into bookstores just to browse - hoping for serendipity to strike - which for me is finding a hidden gem somewhere on the shelves.  I find it very relaxing but exciting at the same time.  Sometimes I stay for a hour or more digging deep in different sections and other times I do a quick scan of the shelves and leave because nothing jumps out at me because the vibe isn't feeling right that day to make it worth my time.  As a serial entrepreneur and angel investor I…


Added by Bill Gordon on March 11, 2012 at 5:30pm — 2 Comments

Connecting Business Model Development with Readiness To Operate

MTEC process is one of the business processes within our organisation whereby a team of engineers and a reliability leader are put together by the Readiness To Operate (RTO) Leader to assist him/her in ensuring the maintainability and reliability of the plant upon handover from EPCM contractor.

External contractor first introduced the process to our organisation from past projects. Unfortunately, there are minimum numbers of people, which remain within our organisation, who…


Added by Adi Harsono on March 10, 2012 at 2:39pm — 3 Comments

My business model knowledge network

So here it is - I was in a discussion with a group of young entrepreneurs, talking about various elements of business models and customer development, and they asked me if I could sum up all the people and approaches that have influenced my thinking about business models. Interesting challenge.

So I put together a snapshot as a network model of the key thinkers and approaches I use in my business innovation work, enjoy.…


Added by Mike Lachapelle on March 7, 2012 at 3:47am — No Comments

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