2 Basic Business
3 Strategies of
8 Best Practices
of Successful Companies
The Tree of
Transforming Your Business from Mediocre to Great
improve radically the current
business model and business architecture
Develop and communicate a strategy for
relationships with other organizations and endeavors.
Develop business transition and
communication plans, and communicate the new business architecture.
Selecting the Right Business Model for
Your Startup Venture
is development of a means of comparing various business models,
usually through financial modeling to answer the following questions...
for Building a High-growth Business
Building a Team Culture: 10 Action Areas
It is becoming increasingly important that
teams function productively
with a minimum of supervision.
Team culture ensures that individual members both demonstrate their best
talents and function
as a unit to achieve common goals...
There are many parts of the whole field of
new product development,
suggestion systems, etc.
Though all of these components are important, in the new era of
you must design your firm's
innovation process holistically.
Innovation is not divisible –
‘good in parts’ is no good at all.
Innovation systems are only as strong as
their weakest links...
Continuous Improvement Culture
Kaizen) is an integral part of
winning corporate culture. It
requires continuous both conscious and
subconscious thinking about
improvements from everyone. Nurturing and effectively integrating
into corporate culture is not easy. It requires a sustained effort...
Eliminate the Bureaucracy
rid of the bureaucracy is a law at
that are able to make
decisions and move quickly from an idea to the market...
The primary goal of any business is to increase
stakeholder value. It is
achieved through a dynamic balancing of competing values.
In order for a business to maximize economic value, it must
customer satisfaction and competitive market forces with internal cost
The Tree of
of Corporate Growth
IT architects are in growing demand.
ICT-powered Value Chain
New Roles of a CIO
cross-functionally excellent people who can tie several silos of
expertise together, relate to business problems as well as technology, and
then sell their ideas upward and downward in the corporate hierarchy...