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Book Review: Radical Business Model Transformation

Book Review: Radical Business Model Transformation

“Companies that dominated the national market for decades are suddenly confronted with new competitors that are redefining entire industries and hence restricting the incumbents’ strategic freedom to shape their future.” (p. 6)

Radical Business Model Transformation: Gaining the competitive edge in a disruptive world by Carsten Linz, Günter Müller-Stewens, and Alexander Zimmermann (Kogan Page, 2017) presents readers with the same challenge question the authors asked each other during the writing process: ‘Are we being radical enough?’

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Registration Now Open: The Procurement Revolution Live Sessions

Registration Now Open: The Procurement Revolution Live Sessions

There are just days to go before the start of The Procurement Revolution, the 100% virtual, global, onlie, free event September 26-30. While a lot of the content will be available on demand and at your convenience, there are live daily sessions (webinar-style) that will provide you with the opportunity to engage in discussion with our Revolutionaries.


 

Take a moment now to register for all of our live sessions:

 

How Can Procurement Become a Competitive Advantage?

Monday, September 26th, 11am – 12pm ET

Join Joanna Martinez, Kelly Barner and Philip Ideson in this interactive Q&A led webinar as we discuss what procurement can do to make our profession a competitive advantage.

 

Is Stakeholder Alignment the Key to Procurement's Survival?

Tuesday, September 27th, 12pm – 1pm ET

Join Greg Tennyson, Joe Payne, Kelly Barner and Philip Ideson in this interactive Q&A led webinar as we discuss if stakeholder alignment is the key to procurement's survival - and if so, how can we become better business partners.

 

Supplier Intelligence in the Age of Social Media

Wednesday, September 28th, 12:30pm – 1:30pm ET

Join Dr Jim Narus, Dr Michelle Steward, Kelly Barner and Philip Ideson in this interactive Q&A led webinar as we discuss the role that social media plays in how procurement professionals access intelligence and interact with each other.

 

Why Changing Your Mindset is Crucial to be Successful in the New Age of Procurement

Thursday, September 29th, 11am – 12pm ET

Join John P. (Jack) Miles, Kelly Barner and Philip Ideson in this interactive Q&A led webinar as we discuss why a change in mindset is crucial to be successful in the new age of procurement.

 

Hype, Reality and the Future of Procurement

Friday, September 30th, 10:30 - 11:30am ET

Join Derk Erbe, Vice President of HfS Research, with responsibility for covering the Procurement industry, Kelly Barner and Philip Ideson in this interactive Q&A led webinar as we separate the hype from the reality as we consider the future of procurement.

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Book Review: Business Operations Models: Becoming a Disruptive Competitor

Book Review: Business Operations Models: Becoming a Disruptive Competitor

The big idea behind this book is that the way a company configures its operations to deliver this brand experience to customers – while delivering viable financial performance – is an opportunity for significant competitive advantage and marketplace disruption.” (p. 2)

Business Operations Models: Becoming a Disruptive Competitor by Alan Braithwaite and Martin Christopher (Leading Procurement Strategy, Humanitarian Logistics) is a book that sort of sums it all up on its own with the ‘big idea’ quote above. Changing the configuration of an operation to get a different result is a straightforward enough idea. Why, then, do you need to read beyond page 2? The answer to that question lies in the many case studies and visuals in the book. Needing to reconfigure your operating model for competitive advantage might be an easy concept to accept, but the execution is likely to be difficult.

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