This e-book discusses the requirements for a new operating model for digital transformation and how to implement it effectively and efficiently.
This is an in-depth discussion on digital disruption and how to leverage it to create value. CIOs can learn how their business is being disrupted and a structured way to harness the opportunities that this is creating. (250 pages)
The e-Business model, like any business model, describes how a company functions; how it provides a product or service, how it generates revenue, and how it will create and adapt to new markets and technologies. It has four traditional components as shown in the figure, The e-Business Model. These are the e-business concept, value proposition, sources of revenue, and the required activities, resources, and capabilities. In a successful business, all of its business model components work together in a cooperative and supportive fashion.
This presentation provides an overview of the e-business environment and discusses the different types of e-Business models. It provides examples to illustrate the key features
This presentation provides an overview of the e-business environment and discusses the different types of e-Business models. It provides examples to illustrate the key features of each e-Business model. (34 slides)
This dated – published in 2000! – report provides a good framework for a discussion on e-business strategy – how to look at e-business in an enterprise setting? what works and what does not and how do we know? Well worth a read!
In 2000, UK eUniversity was launched to counter the perceived threat from emerging online universities such as the University of Phoenix. By 2004, the $113M venture was on its knees. What went wrong? The author contends that the many reports published in the aftermath do not get to the bottom of this story.
This research focuses on a simple question: why did Webvan fail and Peapod succeed? It uses four factors to compare the failure of one and the success of the other in the same market! The factors are: managerial decisions, logistical infrastructure, technological systems, and marketing strategies.
This presentation makes the connection between business IT alignment and requirements analysis – the track from business strategy to systems implementation.
This presentation discusses scenario planning using business model analysis in response to a disruptive technology such as mobile computing.