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Seizing The White Space is surprisingly short at 150 pages which makes the book very accessible.
The book also makes me realize that communication among stakeholders is the key to structure innovation rather than having a good idea.
Johnson's next move in the book is to show how a new business model can be designed on the basis of his four-box formula.
Would recommend for anyone engaged or interested in business strategy. Couple this book together with Design of Business by Roger Martin.Published 7 months ago by Prasantha Fernando
Lays out the business process to.capture white space opportunities and how.to accomplish in corporate America. Recommend it for all levels.Published 11 months ago by jack
Interesting approach on the business model innovation. Complementary of other books like business model generation or the innovator's dna. Worth the buying.Published 19 months ago by Pennetier Christophe
Julie Kessler is a woman with a vast knowledge of travel combined with insight that will prove invaluable to anyone with an interest in the world in general and a desire for self... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Steven M. Levine
We are a VC backed startup, and as the CEO I loved this book.
It explains a lot about how big companies are thinking and gave me some good ideas for how to speak to... Read more
Foster and Kaplan, McKinsey researchers write, "Corporations are built on the assumption of continuity; their focus is on operations. Read morePublished on June 26, 2011 by Sharad Gupta
The book is very useful and clear. You can finish reading the book in a day. It provides useful models for understanding business innovation and evidences based on various actual... Read morePublished on March 13, 2011 by Wing C. Lau
"You shall not plow with an ox and a donkey together." -- Deuteronomy 22:10 (NKJV)
Few important business subjects offer less literature than business model innovation. Read more