Should You Revise Your Operating Model? 6 Points To Consider - ON THE MARK Should You Revise Your Operating Model? 6 Points To Consider - ON THE MARK
29th March 2017 Admin

Should You Revise Your Operating Model? 6 Points To Consider

ON THE MARK was featured on CEO.com in an article offering an inside look at the operating model — and why it’s too often overlooked when leaders focus solely on the business model.

Read the full article here: Should You Revise Your Operating Model? 6 Points To Consider

Business models are a lynchpin of success, central to both a company’s creation and to its continued existence.

A well-articulated business model is also vital for attracting investment. But what’s too often overlooked is an equally critical concept — the operating model.

What’s the difference? In the simplest terms, a business model lays out what a business does in order to deliver value to customers (and thus generate profit), whereas an operating model defines how the business does it.

For any good operating model, that “how” is comprehensive, touching all aspects of a business: customer experience, product or service offering, value creation, structure, compliance, metrics, people processes, culture, ways of working, and so much more. A company’s organizational design is, in essence, its competitive advantage. If your company isn’t competing as it should, it might be time to look at a top-to-bottom remodel.

Read the full article from CEO.com here. 

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