Digital transformation requires business model innovation (2 of 3)
Client case: Cybercom’s experience turned out to be crucial for Univeseum’s move into IoT. Our contribution is a key part of the rain forest daily maintenance, removing the time consuming task of manual counting and observations of the birds. On top of that it enhances visitor’s experience by giving them access to cutting-edge innovative solutions.
Earlier this week I wrote a blog post about how to stay on top of the information overload and in that I promised a bi-weekly highlights on what I have found interesting. This is now that post :-) and let’s see if I can manage the bi-weekly ambition. Please let me know what you think!
Our team of Makers is heading to Kalmar's Co-Create 12-13th June! Read more about the exciting challenge.
Who will control our home in the future? Right now companies and alliances are forming to win the battle of the smart home, but as always it is the best executed business model that will win the battle and not the best technology.
I am a firm believer in the underlying values in Business model generation (2010) and Lean Startup (2011) driven by professional experience.
Speaking about autonomous capabilities and its impact on business models
I have tried Business Model Canvas. It is good, but not for me! This is something that I hear often when asking people about usage of BMC. I will try below to give my thoughts on why it happens and how to avoid ending up there.