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From strategy to business models and to tactics

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From Strategy to Business Models and to Tactics

From Strategy to Business Models and to Tactics

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  • 1. FROM STRATEGY TO BUSINESS MODELS AND TO TACTICSBy Hosam Dahb April 2012
  • 2. Questions Conclusion Agenda • Introduction • Strategic Thinking • Business Models, Strategy and Tactics • Examples
  • 3. Introduction  Vision: outlines what the organization wants to be .  A strategy is a plan of action designed to achieve a vision  strategic thinking is to seek innovation and imagine new and very different futures that may lead the company to redefine its core strategies and even its industry.
  • 4. Business Models, Strategy and Tactics  business model refers to the logic of the firm, the way it operates and how it creates value for its stakeholders.  Strategy refers to the choice of business model through which the firm will compete in the marketplace.  Tactics refers to the residual choices open to a firm by benefit of Business Model Strategy Tactics
  • 5. Business Model Example
  • 6. Strategy Examples • Stability • Growth • Merger and Acquisition
  • 7. Tactics Examples • Social Media • Re-Branding • Membership Card • Sampling and Couponing • Events
  • 8. generic two stage competitive process framework
  • 9. Q. Tank You

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