Whitepaper Controlling of Assumptions

Download this page as PDF Controlling of Assumptions In each strategy definition, assumptions are made on which the development of the strategy is based. Such an assumption may be technological advances such as the digitization. Others are a certain customer behavior towards increasing service demand, economic activity or certain expectations regarding market growth. The Tasks …

Take the future of your company into your own hands

Developing, modifying and adapting business models, generating ideas, exchanging ideas, challenging digitization and experiencing disruptions together with your employees - with STRATEGY.APP you can take the future of your company into your own hands. STRATEGY.APP guides you step by step safely and clearly from the analysis of the initial situation through the design and planning …

White Paper Innovation Management with the “Extended Business Model Canvas” (eBMC)

From the BMC to the eBMC If you compare the Business Model Canvas with the navigation system of Aloys Gälweiler, you will see that the innovation is positioned there on the top level, with the two components "solution-independent customer problem" and "solution technology". We then put these two building blocks on the Business Model Canvas, …

Whitepaper The eBMC as an Implementation Tool for the Innovation Architecture

The innovation turbo We started a trial once and filled the results from the innovation architecture into the eBMC. And lo and behold, now we had a stable basis on which to derive innovations, directions and measures; almost like in a real strategy. That works as follows: Download this page as PDF The innovation architecture …

White Paper: Strategic Success Potentials in Times of Disruption

Disruption and S-Curves
Part 1 of 2 Just as operational management has its controlling or core figures in annual or quarterly earnings figures, so too does its strategic management. The most important control variables here are the market position, the cost position and the customer benefit. Add to this the handling of new technologies and here come S-curves …