Tag Archives: Operating Model Canvas

The impact operating model work has on strategy

I am working with a client at the moment on an “operational review”.  I am still at the “explain the methodology” stage:  one of my roles is to skill up the project team so that they can use the Operating … Continue reading

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How to work with someone who does not understand operating models?

Today I was asked an interesting question.  How can one engage senior managers in the importance of doing operating model work?   My answer was that this is the wrong question, and I gave the analogy of a carpenter.   If someone … Continue reading

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Eleven visuals that communicate an operating model.

As some of you may know, I am writing a book on operating models, which will probably be called “Operating Model Canvas” – to connect with the “Business Model Canvas”.  I am also making this the center piece of my … Continue reading

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Another operating model canvas

I came across the following article on a site called “Community” run by a consulting company called Dynalucid.  It uses the business model canvas as a starting point for creating an operating model canvas for a function like IT.  My … Continue reading

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The Operating Model Canvas

Remember you found it here first: The Operating Model Canvas. The idea is to build on the popular Business Model Canvas which does not flesh out the operating model to the level of detail that most leaders need. Half of … Continue reading

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