Business Models thinking applied to teams and collaborators
This is where we intervene to help people to orient themselves productively in times of change.
By working on their personal strategy people become aware of how to create value and how they can once more generate value by building on their inherent qualities and the contexts in which they work.
“To motivate employees, show them how they’re helping customers.”
– Francesca Gino, Harvard Business School Professor
In this way, they will be able to adapt to or even propose changes to business strategy. They will also be able to identify and adopt new technologies and processes that will allow them to become more autonomous in their professional development and operations.
“Lead more and manage less”
– Warren Buffett
How can we help you get results?
We do this by applying to people and teams the business models paradigm: we align and innovate the strategies of collaborators and managers with those of the teams and organizations they belong to.
We do it quickly and easily using proprietary tools such as Team Canvas and our own customized version of the Personal Business Model Canvas
that depicts visually how your team really works and how each person fits into the overall mission.
These are the visual thinking tools included in the business management books we have contributed to such as Tim Clark’s Business Model You (we curated the Italian edition) and Tim Clark and Bruce Hazen’s upcoming book, Business Models for Teams, that contains two of our case histories.
In stark contrast to complex theoretical approaches that are both laborious to implement and distant from daily reality, personal business models are easy to learn and to apply.
Our approach allows us to create enhancement programs for personnel involved in radical business or market process changes. Our initiatives support large and small groups involved in complex internal staff reshuffles, leadership development, team building and talent autonomy programs.
- Diversity Enhancement
- Personal Business Model Innovation
- Talent Autonomy
- Startup teams within organizations
- Team Building and alignment
- Team Branding
- Leadership Development
- Talent mobility