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  • Presentatie titel the bottom line Rotterdam, 00 januari 2007 Rotterdam, 6 september 2010
  • Ernst Phaff
  • • Twitter: @ecphaff #tbl• Facebook: Ernst Phaff
  • Course goals Make sense of a businessproblem so you can propose a course of action.
  • Cracking cases... understanding the “business” understanding the “problem” coming up with “options” deciding the best course of action making a plan
  • Cracking cases... understanding the “business” understanding the “problem” coming up with “options” deciding the best course of action making a plan
  • outline Lecture 1: Options Lecture 2 + 3: Understanding a businessmodel Lecture 4: making sense of the problem Lecture 5: Decisionmaking Lecture 6:
  • Final Assignment 1 operationalized businessmodel canvas this test will show if you can quickly get an understanding of how a business “fits” in an enviroment, where adjustments can be made, and what these adjustments might do to your profits... presented in a 10 minute video 1 critique of a business strategy using the tools and concepts of the course.
  • The idea of TBL 70% - 20% - 10%
  • The idea of TBL CFIMITYM
  • Under pressure
  • http://youtu.be/nEl0NsYn1fUhttp://youtu.be/5tS9aZhB9cs
  • Businesses are much like moon travel
  • Complexity
  • Turbulence
  • “failure is not an option” exercise: ritualized dissent come up with options “under pressure” test it in a “destruction/stress test” rinse repeat Assign one spokesperson per team. IT IS IMPORTANT that this person has a resilient nature and does not hold a grudge. aim for “coherence”
  • Creativity Starvation Pressure Perspective shift
  • Wrapping up many factors in business problems often makes “solving” difficult. (not ordered problems, like making a balance sheet) the models your learn in university belong in certain “schools of thought” (bounded applicabilty) sometimes you just need to start “solving”