Posted by: pkab | 17 September 2008

40 Minutes on Business Model Innovation


By: Alex Osterwalder

How to identify it and improve it

Your Business Model: How to identify and improve it

Nice presentation and have real world cases.

Sound familiar?

Sound familiar?

Sur did not remember completely about a story of miscommunication in Bahasa Indonesia. A director of a company appear to his high rank managers in a meeting and give some comments on Full Moon (Bulan Purnama). One of high rank manager tell the Full Moon story and some information about a vacation day (there are two ideas that not related each other) to supervisors under his command. However one of the supervisor tell to the staff in his department about the story of full moon and give command to have one day off at that day.

Perhaps when Sur come accross or find the original story, Sur will replace the above story.

Visual Thinking = Mind Mapping

Visual Thinking = Mind Mapping

Visualization can help people to see or try to understand each other ideas and collaborate it. But you must do in the same language (if not, you will encounter Babylon tower chaos situation).

To avoid the miscommunication from the CEO’s vision to what staff will do in the daily operation, use a Mind Map to give clear direction of what task, who responsible, when is the start and due date, relationship between tasks, the priority, the status of completeness, some notes on that task, related file(s) or hyperlink to websites, etc.

Everybody knows what to do, priority, when, status, related tasks, attachment file, hyperlinks, and other info.

Everybody knows what to do, priority, when, status, related tasks, attachment file, hyperlinks, and other info.

Mind Map can help you to keep your eyes open and don’t miss the forest (the vision from CEO) for the trees (specific task/ branch). Please call Sur at 0816.118.6693 to have some discussion how to utilize MindJet MindManager can help grow your business better and faster than others.

Source: SlideShare


Responses

  1. Here is a story about how a message is communicated in a hierarchical company, to the Director of subordinate employees …

    From: Director To: General Manager

    “Tomorrow there will be a total solar eclipse in the nine hours of the morning. This is something that we can not see every day. To welcome and see this rare event, all employees are asked to gather in the field with a spruce. I will explain this natural phenomenon to them. When rainy days, and we can not see clearly, we gather in the canteen alone.”

    From: General Manager To: Manager

    “In accordance with the Director, at nine o’clock tomorrow morning there will be a total solar eclipse. When rainy days, we can not gather in the field with a view to spruce. Thus, the loss of the sun will be explained by the Director in the canteen. This is something that we can not see every day. ”

    From: Manager To: Supervisor

    “In accordance with the Director, tomorrow we will follow the events in the disappearance of the sun nine-hour diner in the morning with a neatly dressed. Director will explain whether tomorrow will rain or not. This is something that we can not see every day. ”

    From: To Supervisor: Coordinator

    “If tomorrow rain in the canteen, the incidents that we can not see every day, Director, with spruce, will disappear nine hours of the morning.”

    From: Coordinator To: All Staff

    “Tomorrow morning, at nine o’clock, the Director will disappear. Unfortunately, we can not see them every day. ”

    See the original story in Bahasa Indonesia at
    https://pkab.wordpress.com/2008/10/16/pesan-dari-direktur/


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