Category Archives: Business Management

Business Model Canvas – in 3 minuten

Introductie Met dank aan auteur Tom-Willem den Hoed starten we met een blogreeks ‘Managementmodellen in 3 minuten’, beginnend met het Business Model Canvas. De kern Een Business Model Canvas schetst op één A4 of muurposter de wijze waarop een onderneming waarde creëert voor en aanbiedt aan haar klanten. Alex Osterwalder…

BiSL® Next – een framework voor Business Information Management

IT is te belangrijk om aan IT over te laten Tijden zijn veranderd. Informatie en daaraan gerelateerde technologie werden ooit gebruikt als operationele middelen om de efficiëntie van organisaties te vergroten. Maar nu erkennen veel – zo niet de meeste – organisaties de noodzaak om ze te gebruiken als strategische…

The Operating Model Canvas for Zara

Zara, located in Northern Spain, was one of the first providers of ‘fast fashion’. Recognizing that fashions change quickly, the company developed a tightly linked design, manufacturing and retailing system based on replenishing stores twice per week from central distribution centers, mostly located in Spain. A garment manufactured in India…

The Operating Model Canvas for McKinsey and Co

McKinsey & Co is a global firm that provides ‘top management’ advice and consulting support. McKinsey has offices in more than 60 countries, and, since its founding in the 1950s by Marvin Bower, has maintained its position as the premier management consulting firm. McKinsey & Co has retained its position…

The Operating Model Canvas for Ashridge Executive Education

Ashridge Executive Education is a part of Hult International Business School. Ashridge’s main business is providing courses for executives, both open to any company and tailored for a specific company. Ashridge also does research, uses its dramatic buildings for conferences and for weddings, and runs some qualifications programs. It does…

The Operating Model Canvas for Uber

Uber is one of the world’s most successful technology companies. The company is the world’s largest taxi service without actually employing any taxi drivers. It matches passengers (riders) with drivers through a mobile phone app. However, the operating model involves a lot more than a platform. Starting in 2010, Uber…