Introducing Business Model Course Designer Josiah Go
Introducing Josiah Go, the course designer. He is one of the few Asians declared one of the Ten Outstanding Young Persons (TOYP) of the World (in Business Education), an award for leaders who have excelled in their chosen profession before they reached the age of 40 and awarded through a search of TOYPs from over 100 countries by Junior Chamber Intenational (JCI), the leading leadership development organization in the world.
The Business Model, The Business Model Map, and Business Model Innovation
Viewers get an introduction to the Mansmith Business Model Map, comprising 11 building blocks and incorporating two unique elements, value chain and reconfiguration, exclusive to the model and not found in other business model maps.
Module 1 Recap on Business Model Introduction
Summary of the introductory portion of Mansmith Business Model Map
The Offering Model
The first part of any business model is the Offering Model, where marketing and sales departments are involved most. Viewers will get a glimpse of the offering model's important aspects: target market, value proposition, channel, customer bonding strategy and revenue model
Business Model Map of FILA iSport
What does a solid Offering Model look like? To illustrate this, Fila iSport President Cris Albert shares with us the business model map of her progessive retail firm.
Q&A with FILA Isport Life President & CEO Cris Albert on iSport Life’s Business Model
Fila iSports President Cris Albert answers some questions about their company's business model.
Building Block 2: The Value Proposition (Part 1)
In this first video detailing the Value Proposition, viewers learn how to assemble a compelling value proposition, the key questions to ask, and how to use the Mansmith BIDA framework to uncover the five consumption barriers to assembling a value proposition.
Building Block 2: The Value Proposition (Part 2)
Continuing the topic on value proposition,this session emphasizes the selection criteria, positioning quadrant, and tips on how businesses can achieve sufficient differentiation.
Building Block 2: The Value Proposition (Part 3)
Continuing the topic on value proposition, this session details the four levels of differentiation, the four jobs essential to providing this value proposition, and the risk that needs to be mitigated during the design process.