We are running the Leap Day Business Challenge to kick start companies into thinking about their business models and how they might introduce change in order to ensure current models can continue to survive and evolve in the face of broad-sweeping technological change.
This worksheet is for you to download and keep. You can fill it in on your own or share it with your team we don’t get to see it nor does anyone you don’t want to. All we ask is for you to send us a short email with some thoughts or comments on the process you have gone through. Was it helpful? Do you need any more information in order to apply the changes that you have highlighted? Would you like an event on a specific topic? We would like this year to be as collaborative as possible so please send in your feedback to email@example.com. by March 15th. Plus you might also be interested to know that all responses will be entered in a prize draw to win £150 of lovely MOO vouchers.
Download your free Leap Day Business Challenge Worksheet here.
A recent report from IBM stated that after interviewing 1500 CEOs it was discovered that the majority of them are reviewing their business model. Why? Because combined with a landscape of ongoing technology disruption and new market forces, it is not enough to hope that their current business model is still current and will remain so. The creative industries have seen some of the biggest changes and an increasing number of companies are beginning to review their model regularly by way of enabling them to secure future growth. So with 2012 presenting us with an extra day, what better time to apply a similar review to your own business model. Plus we thought we’d also throw in the chance for you to win some MOO goodies!
We asked the team of business experts who comprised our recent panel at Social Media Week to write the critical questions that they think companies should be asking themselves at this point in time.
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