Webinar: Business Transformation: How to Transform Your Business Model to Stay Ahead of The Curve

This webinar ran on Thursday 19 April – access the recording and slides below

The current business model of almost every organisation won’t survive the next 10-20 years, this means that almost all businesses will have to undergo Business Transformation – or die.
How can you future-proof your organisation, and how do you transition?
Most of us know why business model innovation is essential. Not many know how to do it. In this webinar you will be guided through the steps involved in Business Transformation and Business Model Innovation by Dr. Jeffrey Tobias, Managing Director, The Strategy Group.

What you’ll learn

1. What is a business model?
2. Tools to represent business models
3. Why most existing business models won’t work in the future
4. Examples of new types of business models
5. How do you rapidly validate your business model
6. Steps to effective implementation in your organisation
7. Bringing people along for the journey
8. Effective leadership in a time of change

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Business Transformation, Business Transformation: How to Transform Your Business Model to Stay Ahead of The Curve

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Why The Strategy Group

should be your strategy partner

We will work with you to design and support implementation of a strategy for your business unit, for your entire organisation, or for any segment of your organisation where a fresh approach will add value.

We will use a combination of globally-recognised leading-edge processes, coupled with our proprietary validated toolbox to develop a bespoke, customised strategy, which we can assist you in implementing, that will deliver tangible impact and value to your organisation, employees and customers.

We have been designing and implementing strategy solutions since 2003 and we have the expertise and the experience not only to deliver, but to overdeliver.

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