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Strategy --> Business Modelling

 
#1 Strategy --> Business Modelling
22/05/2008 11:48

Andrea

Hi,

I started my career in strategy a couple of years ago and I am a rather system-oriented person.

I have met today former employees (worked in the niche consultancy firm I am currently working for) who are now successful associates and VPs in places like Deloitte, KPMG and Shell. Not by chance I guess, they are all involved in Business Modelling. Apparently, the way we work here seems to foster business modelling skills. Did not have time to talk with them about what business modelling is all about, and here I am.

Is there anybody in this forum who can help me understand what is all about, what skills are needed and what are possible career paths?

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#2 RE: Strategy --> Business Modelling
25/05/2008 22:31

Xplane to Andrea (#1)

http://www.scienceofbetter.co.uk

http://www.orsoc.org.uk

http://business-model-design.blogspot.com/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Business_process_modeling

http://www.prospects.ac.uk/cms/ShowPage/Home_page/Explore_types_of_jobs/Types_of_Job/p!eipaL?state=showocc&idno=449&pageno=1

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#3 RE: Strategy --> Business Modelling
27/05/2008 14:03

BM to Xplane (#2)

Hi Andrea,

I work in the business modelling team of one of the big transformation consultancies. I can say that we recruit from quite a wide range of backgrounds, although as far as I am aware we haven't taken on anybody from a strat background to date. However, assuming you have the requisite modelling skills, there's no reason why you couldn't make the switch.

I'd be interested in moving in the opposite direction - business modelling to strategy work, preferably in industry. Do you (or any other respondents) have any vies on that?

Thanks,

Business Modeller

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#4 RE: Strategy --> Business Modelling
27/05/2008 14:04

BM to BM (#3)

Typo - should have read "any views on that".

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