Developing & Innovating Your Company's Business Model for Success in Africa
The NTU-SBF Centre for African Studies and Singapore Business Federation Business Institute is pleased to organize a workshop on "Developing and Innovating Your Business Model for Success in Africa". Upon completion of the workshop, the participant will be granted an attendance certificate.
Strategists globally have come to realise that competition in the world of business has become more intensive given, amongst others, the phenomenon of globalization. These strategists are also stating that competition is no longer just about new products and services, but is more about innovative business models.
Business models are seens as frameworks for creating value for selected consumers and customers. Africa consists of 54 countries, each with a unique national and business environment. This requires a tailor-made approach to business in each of these countries, especially having a tailor-made business model that meets the needs of the business environment.
Managers interested in achieving success in Africa (and elsewhere), need to design a unique business model. This workshop will concentrate on developing practical skills in developing and innovating your company’s business model. Delegates will leave the workshop with the business model of their company.
As this version of the business model is not restricted to profit-making entities, managers and executives in government departments and non-government organisations (NGO’s) can also use this approach to chrystallise their institution’s business model (or strategic architecture, as it is also called).
A clear business model or strategic architecture acts as a powerful driver of the organisation’s implementation plans. Although the focus is on Africa, the underlying skills are generic and applicable to all parts of the world, including Singapore.
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|Event Date||07-Nov-2017 9:00 am|
|Event End Date||07-Nov-2017 5:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||25-Sep-2009 12:00 am|