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Roger Martin's How Strategy Really Works Lecture

In March of 2013, Art Center hosted a lecture and book signing with Roger Martin, dean of Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto and co-aut...

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Innovation and the Business model canvas

Entrepreneurship Course- Lecture on Business Models 2013

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Strategy, in reverse

Strategy, in reverse | Digital business development | Scoop.it
Why the typical strategy process wastes too much time.
Anders Engel Sørensen's insight:

"In short, we achieved one thing that no waterfall process can: usage."

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Roger Martin's How Strategy Really Works Lecture

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A Design Strategy toolkit for non-designers

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Collective Action Toolkit by frog
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Got a wicked problem? First, tell me how you make toast

Got a wicked problem? First, tell me how you make toast | Digital business development | Scoop.it
Making toast doesn’t sound very complicated -- until someone asks you to draw the process, step by step. Tom Wujec loves asking people and teams to draw how they make toast, because the process reveals unexpected truths about how we can solve our biggest, most complicated problems at work. Learn how to run this exercise yourself, and hear Wujec’s surprising insights from watching thousands of people draw toast.

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The Origins of Discovery-Driven Planning

The Origins of Discovery-Driven Planning | Digital business development | Scoop.it

As we studied those failures, a pattern became clear to us. The projects were all being planned as if they were incremental innovations in a predictable setting: The assumption was that the organizations launching them had a rich platform of experience and knowledge upon which to draw. The venture leaders made critical assumptions which were never tested. So, what was different about DDP than conventional planning methods? First, we forced venture leaders to articulate right up front what success for their businesses would have to look like to make it worth the risk and justify the resources and the effort. Then, we’d ask them to benchmark the key revenue and cost metrics in their business against the market and against firms offering the most comparable products. Next, we’d force them to articulate the specific operational activities their business needed to carry out in very concrete terms.

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How Do I Build a Business Plan? (Infographic)

How Do I Build a Business Plan? (Infographic) | Digital business development | Scoop.it
Take a look at this infographic for tips on how to write a great business plan.
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