Category: Business Models
Google doesn’t let its organizational structure dictate its operational practice. That’s why Google still, in many ways, is able to operate like a startup. Its leaders recognize that while some of the trappings of a large corporation are inevitable, you can still preserve your ethos. Continue reading
If you ever have lived in the tropics you know of the arrival of the monsoons. Skies darken, clouds gather, often thunder and lightning combine, the wind picks up and the rain ‘announces’ its arrival in sheer torrents of heavy, drenching, wave-upon-wave of unrelenting force. A Digital Tsunami? Continue reading
As an organization, you need a clear purpose to connect with your employees and customers on an emotional level, in an engaging, meaningful and compelling way. Continue reading
Isolated innovations are unlikely to make a significant impact on performance unless there is a commensurate change in how the enterprise operates. To create meaningful change, we need to transform the business model. Here’s what you need to know: Continue reading
What do Mao Zedong, Huawei and WeChat have in common? Their expansion – encirclement – strategy.
Videos are one of the most popular type of content on the Internet, and that popularity is growing by leaps and bounds all the time. This means that the technology needs to grow as well, in order to be able to keep up with the demand. Continue reading