The Global Business Model (GBM) Plan for Improving Wellness of Healthcare and Other Industries: A Business Model Innovation Toolkit for Surviving in a Massively Disruptive Environment
by Rod King, Red Ocean Disruptor at ROD University at /for Bus. Model Gamification; Top 1% Slideshare Contributor - Over 150,000 views (2013) on May 25, 2013
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There are many pundits who say that the US Healthcare Industry is sick and about to be massively disrupted as well as made leaner. How should an organization in the Healthcare Industry rapidly sense ...
There are many pundits who say that the US Healthcare Industry is sick and about to be massively disrupted as well as made leaner. How should an organization in the Healthcare Industry rapidly sense and respond while making changes to their business model? In the expected healthcare environment, which would be volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous, should organizations use their traditional strategic and business plans.
The traditional strategic or business plan has much in common with the now extinct dinosaurs. Traditional strategic and business plans are voluminous, rigid, and slow to respond to disruptive environmental changes. To survive and thrive in a massively disruptive environment, organizations must have lean and adaptive strategic/business plans.
To date, there are several one-page documents that are being used in place of the traditional strategic/business plan. Examples include the One-Page Business Plan and the Business Model Canvas. Although the One-Page Business Plan and Business Model Canvas are lean and flexible, these documents do not use a holistic approach that is required for healthcare ecosystems. This presentation therefore introduces the Global Business Model (GBM) Plan, which integrates on a single page the Business Model Canvas and the Business Model Environment. The GBM Plan also provides a platform for mixing and matching tools for improving and innovating on business models.
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