How does your business model add value? And will it in 2020?

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07/02/2013 by Global accounting consulting services
How does your business model add value? And will it in 2020?

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This PwC World Watch article explains why clear information and reporting on your business model is the first step to making it fit for the future, and asks "Does yours add value? And will it in 2020?"

Clear information and reporting on your business model is the first step to making it fit for the future, argue Mark O'Sullivan and Carlo Gagliardi. It's a matter of survival.

In this article Mark and Carlo discuss:

  • Whether traditional business models are dead
  • How digital changes the way value is created
  • Taking a long, hard look at your business model
  • Whether you are building trust
  • Where to start with explaining your business model
"The dynamics and alchemy of value creation are changing fundamentally, and this creates both threats and opportunities for growth.

But there's a big cultural challenge for the last 20 years most companies have improved performance by focusing on their operating models; now they need to change their business models."

The changing consumer mix and the rising influence of the digital natives will force further change

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