Leading Organic Growth: Module Caselets Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

What is business model innovation? A business model is substantially more than a description of a specific product or service. Along with describing the offering itself, it lays out the value proposition behind it (i.e., how it creates value for a defined set of customers).) In addition, it describes the capabilities and resources needed to perform that value proposition and how the organization will produce profits from doing so. The key phases of business model innovation are investigation, design-finding, concept development, prototyping, piloting, and scaling.

This technical note examines each of the stages in more detail, with recommended techniques along the way. It contains worksheets for students on value chain analysis, concept development, and piloting. The note is meant to be used in conjunction with "Leading Organic Growth: Module Caselets" (UV1643), which also comprises an educator's teaching note that outlines a class module.

PUBLICATION DATE: June 30, 2009 PRODUCT #: UV1643-HCB-ENG

This is just an excerpt. This case is about INNOVATION & ENTREPRENEURSHIP

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