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There is an emerging school of thought which advocates that startups should ‘pitch’ their business models rather than business plans. Accordingly, startups should present their business model using a one-page business model map such as the Business Model Canvas. Prominent proponents of this school of thought include Steve Blank, Alex Osterwalder, and Nathan Furr. This “Business Model-School of Thought” has an ongoing battle with the “Business Plan-School of Thought.” The war cry of the Business Model-School of Thought is “Burn your business plan.
Read more at http://www.slideshare.net/RodKing/zoomable-project-canvas-for-business-model-improvement-and-disruption-vdd-university
My point of view: A deck that contains very fine insights how to lead!
The technology, media, and telecom industries are experiencing their most disruptive shift yet. To succeed in the new digital economy, companies need an adaptive strategy and a transformation agenda.
My claim is that in this decade your customers digital competences, preferences and attitudes are creating the shift.
Fascinating graphs in the post e.g.:
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What were the trends that shaped 2012 in social media? And what do we have to look forward to in 2013?
Gemma Craven, Head of Social@Ogilvy NY, and Geoffrey Colon, VP, Social@Ogilvy, aka the two GCs get down to the bottom of what made noise and what didn’t in the world of emerging media in 2012 in this special year-end podcast discussing 2012 in 30 minutes.
My point of view: it is not the noise, it the the underlying tones that are relevant.