Operating Model Canvas

The journey from strategy to operating success depends on creating an organization that can deliver the chosen strategy. This book, explaining the Operating Model Canvas, shows you how to do this.

Operating Model Canvas

The journey from strategy to operating success depends on creating an organization that can deliver the chosen strategy. This book, explaining the Operating Model Canvas, shows you how to do this. It teaches you how to define the main work processes, choose an organization structure, develop a high-level blueprint of the IT systems, decide where to locate and how to lay out floor plans, set up relationships with suppliers and design a management system and scorecard with which to run the new organization. The Operating Model Canvas helps you to create a target operating model aligned to your strategy. The book contains more than 20 examples ranging from large multi-nationals to government departments to small charities and from an operating model for a business to an operating model for a department of five people. The book describes more than 15 tools, including new tools such as the value chain map, the organization model and the high-level IT blueprint. Most importantly, the book contains two fully worked examples showing how the tools can be used to develop a new operating model. This book should be on the desk of every consultant, every strategist, every leader of transformation, every functional business partner, every business or enterprise architect, every Lean expert or business improvement champion, in fact everyone who wants to help their organization be successful. Additional content can be found on the website for the Operational Model Canvas: Www.operatingmodelcanvas.com

Operating Model Canvas

The journey from strategy to operating success depends on creating an organization that can deliver the chosen strategy. This book, explaining the Operating Model Canvas, shows you how to do this.

Operating Model Canvas

The journey from strategy to operating success depends on creating an organization that can deliver the chosen strategy. This book, explaining the Operating Model Canvas, shows you how to do this. It helps you to create a target operating model aligned to your strategy.

The Business Model Canvas

This model is particularly suited to those operating in small businesses or
startups, where the structure is not strongly hierarchical: the canvas offers a more
systematic approach than the majority of traditional models by articulating the
different ...

The Business Model Canvas

Ready to take your business to the next level? Find out everything you need to know about the Business Model Canvas with this practical guide. An increasing number of people are taking the plunge and creating their own businesses, choosing to be their own boss and create their own profits. Yet this is no mean feat, which is why it is essential to have a solid business plan. This guide will teach you all about the Business Model Canvas and how it can increase your value proposition, and improve your company. In 50 minutes you will be able to: • Identify the nine factors affected by the Business Model Canvas and why they are important • Analyse concrete applications of the Business Model Canvas with real-life case studies • Learn more about the limits and criticism of the tool, so that you can apply the BMC effectively and use it alongside other complementary tools ABOUT 50MINUTES.COM| COACHING The Coaching series from the 50Minutes collection is aimed at all those who, at any stage in their careers, are looking to acquire personal or professional skills, adapt to new situations or simply re-evaluate their work-life balance. The concise and effective style of our guides enables you to gain an in-depth understanding of a broad range of concepts, combining theory, constructive examples and practical exercises to enhance your learning.

Global Standards and Publications Edition 2018 2019

172 Operating Model Canvas 1 Title Operating Model Canvas: Aligning
operations and organization with strategy 2 The basics Operating Model Canvas
describes a tool that managers can use to help them achieve alignment with
strategy and ...

Global Standards and Publications   Edition 2018 2019

Van Haren Publishing is the world’s leading publisher in best practice, methods and standards within IT Management, Project Management, Enterprise Architecture and Business Management. We are the official publisher for some of the world’s leading organizations and their frameworks including: The Open Group , IPMA, ASL BiSL Foundation, IAOP® and IACCM. This catalog will provide you with an overview of our most popular and upcoming titles (including courseware), but also gives you a quality summary on internationally relevant frameworks. Van Haren Publishing is an independent, worldwide recognized publisher, well known for our extensive professional network (authors, reviewers and accreditation bodies of standards), flexibility and years of experience. We make content available in hard copy and digital formats, designed to suit your personal preference (iPad, Kindle and online), available through over 50 distribution partners (Amazon, Google Play, Barnes & Noble, Managementboek and Bol.com, etc.) and over 700 outlets worldwide.

Global Standards and Publications

Though this book is about high-level models. The Operating Model Canvas is a
one-page model. For those familiar with the Business Model Canvas, the
Operating Model Canvas covers the operating elements (Activities, Resources
and ...

Global Standards and Publications

Van Haren Publishing is the world’s leading publisher in best practice, methods and standards within IT Management, Project Management, Enterprise Architecture and Business Management. We are the official publisher for some of the world’s leading organizations and their frameworks including: The Open Group [TOGAF], IPMA-NL, ITSqc [eSCM Models], GamingWorks [ABC of ICT], ASL BiSL Foundation, IAOP®, IACCM, CRP Henri Tudor and PMI NL. This catalog will provide you with an overview of our most popular and upcoming titles, but also gives you a quality summary on internationally relevant frameworks. Van Haren Publishing is an independent, worldwide recognized publisher, well known for our extensive professional network (authors, reviewers and accreditation bodies of standards), flexibility and years of experience. We make content available in hard copy and digital formats, designed to suit your personal preference (iPad, Kindle and online), available through over 50 distribution partners (Amazon, Google Play, Barnes & Noble, Managementboek and Bol.com, etc.) and over 700 outlets worldwide. Free whitepapers are available in our eKnowledge, with a licence for our eLibrary you can download all our eBooks within your area of expertise and in our eShop you can place your order in your favorite media format: hard copy or eBook.

Hacking Music

Hacking Music: The Music Business Model Canvas - A Collection of Strategic Frameworks for the New Music Marketplace. By John Pisciotta and Wade Sutton with Jeff McMahon. "An operating system for the way the music marketplace actually works.

Hacking Music

Hacking Music: The Music Business Model Canvas - A Collection of Strategic Frameworks for the New Music Marketplace. By John Pisciotta and Wade Sutton with Jeff McMahon. "An operating system for the way the music marketplace actually works." -Ted Goldthorpe, Sony/ATV Music Publishing, Supervisor North American Publishing

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The findings of this work will shows whether the high-end technology company is on the right track or if changes to the existing approach would achieve greater success.

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The focus of the present work is firstly to identify the specific conditions and problems faced by high-technology start-ups operating in online advertising on their way to entering the main market, and secondly finding matching solutions based on the theoretical management concept of business models. Applying these theoretical guidelines, recommendations are derived for high-tech start-ups on how to enter the mainstream market. The underlying management concept for dealing with the highly competitive environment and the changes New Technology Based Firms (NTBFs) are subject to is the business model. So far, there is no clear evidence about how the components of a business model can help NTBF, especially those operating in the growing e-commerce industry, building a profound strategy to find their customers in the mainstream market and to set the requirements for growing out of a start-up status. The intended contributions of this thesis therefore are to enrich the literature both on business models and high-technology marketing from a NTBF‘s perspective; to provide managerial guidelines for entering successfully the mainstream market, after having survived the initial threat; to suggest an agenda for research on missing theoretical findings. A sample firm from the Rhine-Neckar Region, ADTELLIGENCE GmbH, aims to move beyond the start-up status. The findings of this work will shows whether the high-end technology company is on the right track or if changes to the existing approach would achieve greater success.

Business model transformation and innovation How new technologies influence business models

How new technology affected Rolls-Royce business model Rolls-Royce is a well-
known example of how technology ... In order to display the changes in the
building blocks of the business model canvas the following figure has been
created.

Business model transformation and innovation  How new technologies influence business models

Document from the year 2015 in the subject Business economics - General, grade: 1,3, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, language: English, abstract: This paper focuses on business models and how new technologies influence business models. By reviewing literature it can be realized that research regarding business models and new technologies considers two different areas: One area is the capture of value from new technological innovations. A new product development should be linked to the development of a respective business model by defining value strategies for the new development. A new technological development does not automatically mean business success. Hence, a business model design for the new development is a key element in order to create value out of the new development. The other research area – and this is the focus of this paper - looks at how new technologies influence business models. After a short introduction a practical example will be given of how a cooperation adapted its business model due to digitalization.

Implementation of the Start Up Company Strumpfbody on the Basis of the Business Model Canvas

also Canvas from Osterwalder and Pigneur. The following table 2.1 shows a
comparison between both business models. Business Model Approach by
Casadesus-Masanell and Ricart Business Model Canvas by Osterwalder and
Pigneur ...

Implementation of the Start Up Company  Strumpfbody  on the Basis of the Business Model Canvas

Seminar paper from the year 2015 in the subject Business economics - Company formation, Business Plans, grade: 1,6, University of Cooperative Education Ravensburg, language: English, abstract: This paper shows the implementation of the business model Canvas with reference to a specific example. It describes how we came up with the idea of the new start-up company which, is called "Strumpfbody". In the 19th-century machine-made cotton stockings became available for women. After World War I (1914-1918) short skirts were fashionable and long silk stockings were worn again. With the discovery and ultimate use of Dupont Nylon in the late '30s and early '40s, the primacy of silk in women's hosiery waned. Silk was ultimately replaced by nylon after the war. Nylon stockings which became popular after World War II (1939-1945) and completely replaced the silk stocking usually had seams until the late 1960s. They were knitted flat and "fully fashioned" which means that they were shaped to fit the leg like modern sweaters. By decreasing the number of stitches as the stocking was knit towards the ankle, a garment was created that was "knit to fit". By the early sixties, "fully fashioned" or seamed stockings were rapidly replaced by the modern reinforced heel and toe seamless stockings. In the 1960s when skirts were worn very short, many women began to wear tights (pantyhose) instead of stockings. To show, "a bit of stocking", was no longer accepted and while stockings fought for market share by becoming extremely long, they became nearly extinct as pantyhose gained in popularity. "For much of the 20th century, pantyhose were an essential component of any polished woman’s outfit. But then, many Gen X and Boomers stopped wearing pantyhose years ago, dismissing them as uncomfortable and easily ruined by runs. Most Millennial women have never even worn them, and thanks to more casual office wear, they don’t need to in most offices." The majority of the leading brands of pantyhose and nylons in the United States have to struggle with this development. Therefore the market needs a new innovation, which will be described in the following paper.

Business Architecture

Whilst recognizing best practice, this book explores a new, inspirational level of Business Architecture whilst acknowledging that the best way to realize the vision is one step at a time.

Business Architecture

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. Despite this environment, Business Architecture can be a difficult ’sell’ - it is often perceived to be abstract and lacking in tangible delivery. To succeed, Business Architecture must be pragmatic and, to be sustainable, it must focus on achieving long-term value and, at the same time, recognise the shorter-term tactical needs of the organisation. With these challenges in mind, this book provides a practical guide on how to employ Business Architecture and how to build a balanced proposition that delivers value to a broad range of stakeholders. As the book states, Business Architecture should not be practised in isolation, nor should it be thought of as a one-off process; it needs to be woven into the fabric of the organization. And so the authors illustrate the opportunities for weaving the Business Architecture Practice into this fabric through the various stakeholders and life cycles that exist, both formally and informally, within an organization. Whilst recognizing best practice, this book explores a new, inspirational level of Business Architecture whilst acknowledging that the best way to realize the vision is one step at a time.