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Business model / operating model design

 
#1 Business model / operating model design
21/07/2016 11:58

Whizz

All,

New to this forum so hope that this topic is suitable.

I'm looking to learn more about business model and operating model design. I've had a few conversations with more senior people within my firm (it's something that the firm aspire to do but are not yet doing so) but would like to do some research myself.

Are there any books or other publications that you could recommend I look at to get started? I see this as a great opportunity to play a part in the creation of a service offering and form part of my promotion case next year.

Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated.

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#2 RE: Business model / operating model design
21/07/2016 20:32

Ronin to Whizz (#1)

Hi Wizz,

Since there is comparatively lack of standardisation at Business/Op Model design, consulting firms have their own toolbox and approaches (i.e. TOM Playbook, Bank-on-a-page etc.)

You can check out the book 'Business Model Generation' by Osterwalder. Although it is not industry standard, it provides a nice framework to approach Op Model design at a high level. Other methodologies I've seen approach aspects/layers of OM more individually and at more detailed level.

There is also TOGAF, which is originated from IT and aimed more towards Enterprise Architecture side. One of its layers was 'Business Architecture' and as far as I know, due to increased popularity, they were trying to buff up this part in future versions.

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