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I know not if this is first, but that is not the point. In a race to the bottom, both Labor and Coalition are spiraling downwards sadly for us here in Oz. Anyway, here is a link to a business model of one of the sides!
Added by Cheenu Srinivasan on August 29, 2013 at 3:26am — No Comments
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Despite the recent proliferation in business model representation, business model visualization is relatively poor and still fraught with many problems. I’ve observed 10 Business Model Problems, each problem of which has been solved by the “3-Act Business Model Storyboard,” a simple and information-rich platform for visualizing, organizing, integrating, discussing, innovating on, testing, evaluating, benchmarking, and managing business models as well as…Continue
Added by Rod on August 15, 2013 at 3:30am — No Comments
Whether you are a startup or an established business, if you are only thinking about product innovation, then your days are numbered in today’s Rapid Imitation Economy. No matter how innovative or cool your product is, you are likely to see a copycat with a similar version of that product in less than a year. So, what do startups and established businesses, which have got innovative or unique products, got to do? How…Continue
Added by Rod on August 4, 2013 at 11:25pm — No Comments
I once had an opportunity to assist an advertising agency whose largest account was being threatened by another, a more diversified, more distributed competitor, a mixed martial arts contender with many wins under its belt. For the incumbent, this multinational account was treasured for many reasons beyond financial ones and losing it was not an option. The president of the agency reviewed their situation with me. In his view they were in a losing position - a crisis moment.
Added by Robin Uchida on August 3, 2013 at 3:00pm — No Comments