July 9th, 10:30 AM PST
Topic: Business Model Shifts for Future
with Justin Lokitz
Have you ever heard the phrase, “The more things change, the more they remain the same”? It’s never been truer or more evident than in the last few months. As COVID-19 continues to change the very foundation of our world, it’s cast a spotlight on the economy, pointing out businesses and business models that can’t afford to remain the same if they want to survive. So why not do something about right now?
Join us Tuesday, July 9th, as we’re joined by Justin Lokitz, managing director of BMI•US and author of best-selling book, Design a Better Business: New Tools, Skills, and Mindset for Strategy and Innovation, and the upcoming book, Business Model Shifts.
Justin will discuss six distinctive business model shifts organizations of every size and industry can take today to create, deliver and capture more value tomorrow.
About The Guest
Business Models Inc.
Justin is an experienced strategy designer and MD of the Business Models Inc. San Francisco office. He leverages experience across a wide range of industries to help companies design innovative, sustainable business models and strategies for the future.
Concept of 6 business model shifts has been described in a new book by Justin, but to give you a glimpse of what is that about…
Six ways to create new value for customersUber and Lyft took over the streets in San Francisco, providing a seamless and frictionless experience to get around. Few yellow taxis are left to serve tourists. Amazon shifted its business model from selling books to delivering convenience 24/7 at attractive prices. Driven by the viewing behaviors of their users, Netflix shifted from renting and shipping DVDs to producing original content like “Narcos.”All of these changes are business model shifts. A shift is a deliberate and systematic move towards more relevance and value for customers. Business Model Shifts is a collection of stories about value creation, sharing inspiration and insights from more than 100 leading business models.
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