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The Invincible Company: How to Constantly Reinvent Your Organization with Inspiration From the World's Best Business Models (The Strategyzer Series) ペーパーバック – 2020/4/14
The long-awaited follow-up to the international bestsellers, Business Model Generation and Value Proposition Design
Alex Osterwalder and Yves Pigneurs’ Business Model Canvas changed the way the world creates and plans new business models. It has been used by corporations and startups and consultants around the world and is taught in hundreds of universities. After years of researching how the world’s best companies develop, test, and scale new business models, the authors have produced their definitive work. The Invincible Company explains what every organization can learn from the business models of the world’s most exciting companies.
The book explains how companies such as Amazon, IKEA, Airbnb, Microsoft, and Logitech, have been able to create immensely successful businesses and disrupt entire industries. At the core of these successes are not just great products and services, but profitable, innovative business models--and the ability to improve existing business models while consistently launching new ones.
The Invincible Company presents practical new tools for measuring, managing, and accelerating innovation, and strategies for reducing risk when launching new business models. Serving as a blueprint for your growth strategy, The Invincible Company explains how to constantly stay ahead of your competition.
In-depth chapters explain how to create new growth engines, change how products and services are created and delivered, extract maximum profit from each type of business model, and much more. New tools—such as the Business Model Portfolio Map, Innovation Metrics, Innovation Strategy Framework, and the Culture Map—enable readers to understand how to design invincible companies.
The Invincible Company:
● Helps large and small companies build their growth strategy and manage their core simultaneously
● Explains the world's best modern and historic business models
● Provides tools to assess your business model, innovation readiness, and all of your innovation projects
Presented in striking 4-color, and packed with practical visuals and tools, The Invincible Company is a must-have book for business leaders, entrepreneurs, and innovation professionals.
Dr. Alexander Osterwalder (www.strategyzer.com) is the lead author of the international bestsellers Business Model Generation, and Value Proposition Design, and a passionate entrepreneur, and speaker. He co-founded Strategyzer, a software company specializing in tools and content for strategic management and innovation. Dr. Osterwalder invented the "Business Model Canvas," the strategic management tool to design, test, build, and manage business models, which is used by companies like Coca Cola, GE, P&G, Mastercard, Ericsson, LEGO, or 3M. He is a frequent keynote speaker in leading organizations and top universities around the world, and is a visiting professor for 2018 at Stanford.
Yves Pigneur is co-author of Business Model Generation and a professor of management and information systems at the University of Lausanne. He has held visiting professorships in the United States, Canada, and Singapore. Yves is a frequent guest speaker on business models in universities, large corporations, entrepreneurship events, and international conferences.
Alan Smith helped create the Value Proposition Canvas with Alex Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur, and the breakthrough design for the international bestseller, Business Model Generation. He co-founded Strategyzer.
- 出版社 : Wiley; 第1版 (2020/4/14)
- 発売日 : 2020/4/14
- 言語 : 英語
- ペーパーバック : 400ページ
- ISBN-10 : 1119523966
- ISBN-13 : 978-1119523963
- 寸法 : 18.8 x 2.54 x 24.13 cm
- Amazon 売れ筋ランキング: - 71,621位洋書 (の売れ筋ランキングを見る洋書)
I have strongly recommended the earlier book by these authors (Business Model Generation). This book attempts to build on that. However, I found the core diagram on which the book is built contrived and unhelpful. The book itself presents useful examples of new business models that have succeeded, but does not consider why other business models have failed. This supports the impression that their approach is a guarantee of success - which it simply cannot be because business - like life - is probabilistic not deterministic.
If the reader can navigate around the arrogance of the authors there are some invaluable messages and tools in here: exploring a new opportunity requires a different approach than running an established business; investment in new opportunities should be phased with an agile approach; companies need to constantly review the long-term viability of their businesses.