Posts Tagged ‘businessmodel’

IT innovations is for chickens

Via Dirk S. – who like we all knows that IT isn’t is for chickens poultry ; )

Business models that rocked in 2010

I am getting back into the flow of blogging – starting with the easy stuff, ie. link-blogging cool stuff I found on the netz. Via Manuel Koelman, business models that rocked in 2010: 10 business models that rocked 2010 – by @nickdemey ( View more presentations from Board of Innovation (BOI).

Story of Electronics

Well, yes, it’s an externalizing costs system with little or no long-term sustainability – some business model innovation ideas are expressed, alongside regulatory ideas and call for actions.

All nice review of Business Model Innovation book aka Visualization for Conceptual Hole Detection

Nice review of Alex’ book, snip: […] It’s that book that will give you the holes in your business planning. It’s that book that tells you that you could really use a bit more work in ___ department. It’s a great opportunity to see visual thinking applied to a real business challenge. And it’s so […]

Rebooting businesses

Just listened to the Harvard Business School Ideacast with Don Tapscott, chairman of nGenera Insight and coauthor of “Macrowikinomics: Rebooting Business and the World”. Here’s the mp3 of the 15 minute interview.

Business Model Innovation: Seizing the white space

Video via Erwin Fielt Seizing the white space and the importance of business model innovation, earmarked one more time after downloading (while not yet reading) a range of articles from a – freely available – special issue of Long Range Planning on business model innovation. Patrick is not exactly happy about academic practices et al.: […]

Why business models are important (and modeling is too)

Via Anders Sundelin: In his recent article in Long Range Planning, Business Models as Models, Charles explores the question “Are Business Models useful?” where he points out that they act as various forms of model: “to provide means to describe and classify businesses; to operate as sites for scientific investigation; and to act as recipes […]