3 Key Messages for the CEO

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CEO's need to change the way their companies do business. Why? How? and... Do it Different! Check out these 3 key messages in detail. This presentation was held at the CEO Forum in Taipei, Taiwan.

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3 Key Messages for the CEO

  1. FOR THE CEO… (corporate or start-up) 3 KEY MESSAGES FOR THE CEO CEO FORUM Taipei, December 11th 2013 Patrick van der Pijl
  2. TODAY…
  3. I HAVE THREE KEY MESSAGES FOR YOU
  4. WHY WE NEED TO CHANGE
  5. HOW WE CAN DO THAT
  6. D.I.D.
  7. LET’S START…
  8. WHY WE NEED TO CHANGE
  9. DESIGNING BETTER BUSINESSES
  10. DESIGNING BETTER BUSINESSES
  11. WE NEED TO RETHINK THE WAY WE DO BUSINESS!
  12. DESIGNING BETTER BUSINESSES
  13. WHY?
  14. TODAY…
  15. …WE SEE FORCES WE HAVEN’T SEEN BEFORE…
  16. …WE CALL THEM NEW RULES OF THE BUSINESS GAME.
  17. SUSTAINABILITY
  18. CREDIT CRISIS
  19. UPCOMING MARKETS?
  20. MARKETS CAME ALREADY UP
  21. NEW GENERATION generation  y  
  22. BETTER PICTURE?
  23. GENERATION Z
  24. ONLINE REVOLUTION
  25. NEW TECHOLOGY
  26. SOME EXAMPLES OF BUSINESS MODELS WE SEE RIGHT NOW…
  27. RE-IMAGINATION NEWS AND INFORMATION FLOW…
  28. From reporters...
  29. …to twitter
  30. RE-IMAGINATION OF BOOKS
  31. From books...!
  32. …to kindle
  33. RE-IMAGINATION OF CALLING A CAB
  34. From waiting in the rain...
  35. …to a single push of a button
  36. RE-IMAGINATION OF VIDEO
  37. From video store...
  38. …to youtube
  39. RE-IMAGINATION OF NAVIGATION
  40. From map...
  41. …to navigon
  42. The speed of developments has increased…!
  43. resulting in shorter shelf lives of companies…!
  44. and focusing on product innovation is not enough… !
  45. HOW WE CAN DO THAT
  46. WHAT WE LEARNED…
  47. IS ABOUT
  48. NEW TOOLS
  49. NEW SKILLS
  50. NEW MINDSET
  51. FOR THE CEO… (corporate or start-up)
  52. AND HIS TEAM!
  53. SO WHAT ARE NEW TOOLS?
  54. WHAT IS A BUSINESS MODEL?
  55. IMAGINE (BOARDROOM) CONVERSATIONS…
  56. WE NEED NEW TOOLS TO UNDERSTAND AND CRAFT NEW BUSINESS MODELS
  57. THE BUSINESS MODEL CANVAS
  58. A BUSINESS MODEL DESCRIBES THE RATIONALE OF HOW AN ORGANIZATION CREATES, DELIVERS, AND CAPTURES VALUE
  59. 1 CUSTOMER SEGMENTS
  60. 2 VALUE PROPOSITIONS
  61. 3 CHANNELS
  62. 4 CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIPS
  63. 5 REVENUE STREAMS
  64. 6 KEY RESOURCES
  65. 7 KEY ACTIVITIES
  66. 8 KEY PARTNERS
  67. 9 COST STRUCTURE
  68. KEY ACTIVITIES VALUE PROPOSITIONS CUSTOMER SEGMENTS KEY PARTNERS COST STRUCTURE CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIPS KEY RESOURCES CHANNELS REVENUE STREAMS
  69. Let us look at the business model of Nespresso
  70. The Business Model of Nespresso PARTNER NETWORK KEY ACTIVITIES B2C Distribution Machine Manufacturer Marketing OFFER CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIPS CUSTOMER SEGMENTS Nespresso Club Households DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS Business Nespresso Machines Production KEY RESOURCES Patents Brand Distribution Channels Coffee Production Facilities COST STRUCTURE Production Marketing B2C Distribution Nespresso Pads Mail Order Retail Nespresso .com Call Center Nespresso Stores REVENUE STREAMS 1 x Machine Sales Repetitive Pad Sales
  71. BUSINESS MODEL CANVAS NESPRESSO
  72. WE HAVE DIFFERENT TOOLS IN DIFFERENT STAGES
  73. WE SHARE THESE TOOLS ONLINE…
  74. D.I.D.
  75. D.I.D. DO IT DIFFERENT
  76. NEW SKILLS
  77. WE BASICALLY NEED DESIGNERS TO HAVE A SEAT AT THE TABLE
  78. OR WE SHOULD THINK AND ACT LIKE DESIGNERS.
  79. OBSERVE
  80. WHEREVER YOU LOOK THAT’S WHAT YOU SEE. JERRY SEINFELD
  81. OUR EYES OUR EARS CAMERA NOTEBOOK AND PEN
  82. THINK VISUALLY
  83. DRAWING IS THE NEW WRITING
  84. EYES, PENCILS AND THE HAND MAY BE TOOLS OF THE PAST, …I BELIEVE THEY ARE TOOLS OF THE FUTURE. John Maeda, RISD
  85. BUT THAT’S NOT ENOUGH…
  86. THE CONTEXT MAP OF A COMPANY Insert 4 photos of the team discussion
  87. Future scenario
  88. Business model
  89. SPOTIFY BUSINESS MODEL
  90. IDEATE
  91. YOU NEED TO BE ABLE TO JUGGLE WITH BUSINESS MODELS
  92. CURRENT BUSINESS MODEL   KEY PARTNERS       KEY ACTIVITIES     KEY RESOURCES   COST STRUCTURE VALUE PROPOSITION     CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIPS   CUSTOMER SEGMENTS     CHANNELS   REVENUE STREAMS    
  93. CURRENT BUSINESS MODEL   KEY PARTNERS       KEY ACTIVITIES     KEY RESOURCES COST STRUCTURE VALUE PROPOSITION     CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIPS   CUSTOMER SEGMENTS     CHANNELS   REVENUE STREAMS    
  94. CURRENT BUSINESS MODEL   KEY PARTNERS       KEY ACTIVITIES     KEY RESOURCES   COST STRUCTURE VALUE PROPOSITION     CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIPS   CUSTOMER SEGMENTS     CHANNELS   REVENUE STREAMS    
  95. CURRENT BUSINESS MODEL   KEY PARTNERS KEY ACTIVITIES     KEY RESOURCES   COST STRUCTURE VALUE PROPOSITION     CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIPS   CUSTOMER SEGMENTS     CHANNELS   REVENUE STREAMS    
  96. PROTOTYPING
  97. the past was about choosing solutions the future is about generating options
  98. Frank Gehry
  99. 8 PROTOTYPES
  100. GO OUT OF THE BUILDING & LEARN!
  101. BECAUSE AN IDEA…
  102. OR BUSINESS MODEL…
  103. IS ONLY ON PAPER AND IS…
  104. DESIGNING BETTER BUSINESSES
  105. IT HAS NO VALUE
  106. ZERO
  107. YOU NEED TO TEST YOUR ASSUMPTIONS
  108. STEVE BLANK
  109. KNOCK ON THE CUSTOMERS DOOR…
  110. AND TALK TO THEM!
  111. BEWARE!
  112. DON’T DO IT THE EASY WAY…
  113. DON’T HIRE AN AGENCY…
  114. OR SET UP A TEST PANEL
  115. BUT DO IT YOURSELF!
  116. THE MORE YOU LEARN, THE SOONER YOU SUCCEED
  117. WHY?
  118. YOU’LL INVENT SOMETHING PEOPLE DON’T NEED…
  119. EXAMPLE OF SEGWAY
  120. NEED I SAY MORE?
  121. WHO HAD ONE?
  122. SO YOU NEED TO ASK YOURSELF THE FOLLOWING
  123. IS THE PROBLEM A REAL PROBLEM?
  124. CAN WE IDENTIFY THE NEED?
  125. DO WE IDENTIFY A TARGET CUSTOMER SEGMENT?
  126. AND ARE THEY WILLING TO PAY FOR THIS…?
  127. YOU HAVE TO DO THIS TOGETHER…
  128. AND GO OUT TO TALK TO CUSTOMERS…
  129. AND LEARN…
  130. QUALITY AND MARGIN WAS NOT THE JOB…
  131. NOT PARENTS AND CHILDREN BUT…
  132. ONLY THEN YOU CAN SUCCEED…
  133. AS A START-UP…
  134. OR A CORPORATE START UP…
  135. SO WHAT IS NEXT?
  136. SO WHAT DOES THAT MEAN FOR THE CEO?
  137. DON’T WRITE PLANS….
  138. HE NEEDS TO THINK AND ACT LIKE A DESIGNER TOO.
  139. HE NEEDS TO GO BACK TO SCHOOL!
  140. BUT NOT TO HARVARD OR STANFORD…
  141. BUT TO THE COLLEGE OF THE ARTS…
  142. WHERE THEY PREPARE THE NEW GENERATION OF LEADERS FOR A WORLD…
  143. THAT IS NOT ONLY PROFITABLE…
  144. BUT ALSO SUSTAINABLE, ETHICAL AND TRULY MEANINGFUL.
  145. A SUPERMAN
  146. MY THREE KEY MESSAGES FOR YOU
  147. WE NEED TO CHANGE
  148. HOW YOU CAN DO THAT
  149. D.I.D.
  150. patrick@businessmodelsinc.com DESIGNING BETTER BUSINESSES

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