Design and innovation go hand in hand with the financial performance of organizations. Confirmed in the report from the UK’s Design Council that design oriented firms in all kinds of industries have outperformed their more-traditional peers. A short example of this is presented with Nintendo’s focus on design and creativity of Wii rather than classical research and development.
How is it possible that children, who have just completed kindergarten are able to build a tower higher than students of business schools? In the game, everything is possible. Very popular game “spaghetti challenge” shows the value and importance of prototypes, which are a key components of design thinking.
A short 20-minutes version of my lecture on how organizations capture value will be presented at the DMY International Design Festival in Berlin. On Sunday, June 10th at 14: hours.
On May 17, 2012 from 9:30 AM till 11:00 AM I’m giving a public presentation titled: How insurgent organizations capture added, thick and sustainable values? Why should you come to this presentation? Because you will find out: why insurgent organizations create not only thick but sustainable value? why every industry including yours need to know …
I will run a workshop on business models design on Saturday, February 25, 2012 in Berlin, in Nest Café at Görlitzer Str. 52, 10997 Berlin. In German. There are still some tickets available.
On the workshop Design your new business models and turn your idea into success you’ll learn how to use Business Model Canvas method. Workshop will be in Slovene.
What is worth remembering from the post Business Model Analysis & the Link to Strategy on using Business Model Canvas in large organizations. And lessons learned from why not pick a little bit from different business models to the use of multiple business models and strategic decisions.
The Business model generation book is based on the Business model canvas. It’s a method easy to use and available for free.
So, this blog is heading into new directions. I have been awarded a certificate (until the issue of the original degree is handed over) that says my new title (because I’ve already finished one MA) is: Master of Science in Business Administration. I completed the master’s degree program on September 14, 2010. The thesis started …