High-quality video content for each of the 11 building blocks
The ability for students to learn at their own time and within their own space
Interviews with business leaders on their business models.
Industries: business-to-business, business-to-consumer, products and services, big and small companies, legacy, or start-up companies, traditional and digital.
Offering two options to enrollees
Access to the high-quality learning videos only, or participation in the full online course that includes expanded lessons, homework, and scheduled Q&A sessions with Josiah Go, the course creator himself.
The Value Chain is the starting point of the operating model and is the source element of key processes. By methodically designing the value chain, companies can analyze and effectively collapse activities (like the disruption of a blog versus a traditional newspaper), or expand activities (like Unilever Philippines enhancing the business skills of small sari-sari stores in the Philippines).
Re-Configuration is indispensable, especially to entrepreneurs, for raising revenues while using lesser costs, as practiced by many companies. Without re-configuration, companies cannot think innovatively about ways to start or sustain their business.
Introduction of selection criteria for each of the building block to truly guide the audience on how to formulate, evaluate, and redirect their actions.
Introduction the importance of risk mitigation in each building block.