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Innovating Across the Business              ModelMohammad ABBASIGGSB MBA FT12                                   1
Where Can We Innovate?• Companies dont tend to push     • Broadens the scope of innovation  the boundary of innovation. Pr...
What Is Business Model?Create    Deliver   ExtractValue      Value     Value                              3
Unpacking The Business Model                     Customers, Market Segments,Who do we serve?                            Ge...
Two ObjectivesInvent entirely new                Evolve existing Business  Business Model                           Model ...
An Example: University of PhoenixFocused explicitly on several components of Business Model.   Who are our customers?:    ...
Think Holistically• Each component of Business Model is an opportunity of innovation.• Challenge orthodoxies.• Avoid innov...
How To Stretch Business Model?• Orthodoxy insight   – Think about deeply held dogmas related to each component of Business...
Conclusion• Business Model innovation can bring “better” innovation than  products and services.• Broaden your scope of in...
THANK YOU!!              10
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  1. 1. Innovating Across the Business ModelMohammad ABBASIGGSB MBA FT12 1
  2. 2. Where Can We Innovate?• Companies dont tend to push • Broadens the scope of innovation the boundary of innovation. Products, Services, Technology Business Model Innovation(BMI) • BMI is about creating new business or bringing more strategic variety into existing business. 2
  3. 3. What Is Business Model?Create Deliver ExtractValue Value Value 3
  4. 4. Unpacking The Business Model Customers, Market Segments,Who do we serve? Geographies. What do we Products, Services, solutions provide?How do we provide Distribution Channel, Value chain, it? Partners, Process and activitiesHow do we make Cost , Price money? How do we Competitors, Customer experience differentiate? 4
  5. 5. Two ObjectivesInvent entirely new Evolve existing Business Business Model Model 5
  6. 6. An Example: University of PhoenixFocused explicitly on several components of Business Model. Who are our customers?: 18-22 years students. Which geographies we serve?: Single campus in Phoenix. How do we deliver?: Class room teaching.Then the big question: Can things be done radically differently?They ended up with entirely new business model. Who are our customers?: Midcareer adults. Which geographies we serve?: Campuses in business parks across USA. How do we deliver?: Web based learning. 6
  7. 7. Think Holistically• Each component of Business Model is an opportunity of innovation.• Challenge orthodoxies.• Avoid innovation “blind spots”. E.g. Nokia – Too much focused on technology innovation that they forgot about outside appearance. 7
  8. 8. How To Stretch Business Model?• Orthodoxy insight – Think about deeply held dogmas related to each component of Business Model.• Discontinuity insight – Can we leverage from fundamental changes already at work in external environment?• Core competencies and Strategic Assets – Can we combine other companies competencies to improve our Business Model?• Customer insights – How can we fulfill customers needs that are currently unaddressed? 8
  9. 9. Conclusion• Business Model innovation can bring “better” innovation than products and services.• Broaden your scope of innovation by including all aspects of Business Model.• Keep challenging your existing Business Model.• Focus on creating new Business Model as well as evolving existing Business Model.• Employees need to have a clear understanding of their company’s 9 Business Model.
  10. 10. THANK YOU!! 10
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