The Business Model Innovation Factory: How to Stay Relevant When The World is Changing

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 20, 2012 - Business & Economics - 240 pages
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Business model innovation is the new strategic imperative for all leaders

Blockbuster's executives saw Netflix coming. Yet they stuck with their bricks and mortar business model, losing billions in shareholder value. They were "netflixed." Business models don't last as long as they used to. Historically CEO's have managed a single business model over their entire careers. Today, all organizations must be capable of designing, prototyping, and experimenting with new business models. The Business Model Innovation Factory provides leaders with the survival skills to create a pipeline of new business models in the face of disruptive markets and competition.

Avoid being netflixed. Your organization must be a business model innovator to stay competitive in today's turbulent world.

  • Author Saul Kaplan is the founder and chief catalyst of the Business Innovation Factory (BIF), a real world laboratory for exploring and testing new business models and social systems. BIF has attracted a global community of over five thousand innovators and organizes the internationally renowned BIF Collaborative Innovation Summit
 

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Contents

15 Business Model Innovation Principles
51
Part III Creating a Business Model Innovation Factory
115
Part IV Business Models Arent Just for Business
165
About The Author
201
Index
203
EULA
213
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SAUL KAPLAN is the founder and chief catalyst of the Business Innovation Factory (BIF), a real-world laboratory for exploring and testing new business models and social systems. BIF has attracted a global community of over 5,000 innovators and organizes the internationally renowned BIF Collaborative Innovation Summit. Saul shares his innovation musings on Twitter (@skap5) and his blog (It's Saul Connected), and as regular contributor to the Harvard Business Review, Fortune, and Bloomberg Businessweek.

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