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How You Should Evaluate Your Current Business Model

Business model innovation is job one for organizational leaders. But what is that job? How about we consider first how learning and change ideally occur. In the most recent quite a long while, Russian athletic mentors and coaches scholarly something extremely significant. Competitors could significantly enhance their exhibitions by investing a large portion of their […]

Leadership: Strategy and Tactics

Strategy is the creation of a unique and valuable market position supported by a system of activities that fit together in a complementary way (Porter, 1980). It is about making choices, trade-offs, and deliberately choosing to be different. It should not be confused with operational effectiveness or best practices — what is good for everybody and what every business […]

My 10 Favorite Classic Management and Leadership Books

My 10 Favorite Classic Management and Leadership Books Prior to the 1980s, there were few books on management and leadership. There were classic works from Peter Drucker, Douglas McGregor, Alfred Sloan, Frederick Taylor, Dale Carnegie, and a handful of others, but I’ll bet they only filled a small section of the local library or bookstore. Sure, […]

Developing a Great Business Model

Great business models depend on developing three “green lights,” or qualities that help the business succeed: finding high-value customers, offering significant value to customers, and delivering significant margins. Great business models also avoid three “red lights” that can derail a business: difficulties in satisfying customers, trouble maintaining market position, and problems generating funding for growth. […]

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