Business models for a sustainable future of Organizations

August 28, 2018

The first BUSINESS Models has the premise that anything that does not create VALUE for the consumer will not last longer .
The second is “platforms” business models that serve two or more markets/Industry verticles simultaneously.

A third is the “global business” opening up to rapid international growth.

Meet Jane. She’s never been to the doctor’s office, but she visits her doctor every week. She’s constantly shopping, but she’s never waited in line. Her apartment recognizes her face. She doesn’t go into the office, she logs on to a platform(company Website or SAAS) . She doesn’t have a resume, she has profile with ratings. She doesn’t have a boss, she has a robo-advisor that highlights upskilling opportunities, giving her the chance to expand her Knowledge, skills and capabilities.

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Jane is an average 25-year-old in the not-so-distant future. She craves mobility, flexibility, and uniqueness; she demands speed, transparency, and control; and she has enough choice to avoid any company that doesn’t give her what she wants. We’re in the midst of remarkable change not seen since the Industrial Revolution, and a noticeable gap is growing between what Dawn wants and what traditional companies can provide.

Jane strives for freedom, and technology allows her to untie many binds. She lives a life in flow, where multiple gigs have replaced a single career path and her house has been replaced by a co-living space. She lives a transparent existence where everything from her smart watch to her smart refrigerator collects data from her and applies it on behalf of customization and personalization. She expects everything on-demand, and in a world of predictive intelligence, “right now”.

Cognitive Collaboration in business may seem counter-intuitive to competition. However, several highly competitive sectors such as engineering, automotive, Oil and Gas , Manufacturing and Pharmaceuticals are working together in order to achieve energy and resource efficiency. Companies such as Shell, Xerox, Unilever, Marks & Spencer, Vitsoe, Toyota – to name but a few – are engaged in innovative and disruptive cross-sector initiatives for sustainability.

These kinds of activities involve significant changes to overall business processes, resource flows and activities – both at the company and network level. The research suggests that it is helpful if those involved take a holistic approach to redesigning their business models using a ‘shared value’ perspective.

We need breakthrough Business Models, not Breakthrough Technology.

With the Entry of IoT in the Manufacturing sector coupled with Artificial Intelligence all Devices are becoming SMART and challenges to Monitor, Analyze them much SMARTER. The unskilled, semi skilled and skilled all of them have to be constantly upgraded, enhanced to take on the New Developments.

Safety in such circumstances become much more a bigger challenge not just for themselves but also for the Operations and others.

Small mistakes become exponential instantly hence careful monitoring and remedial measures too become the norm.
ANI Integrated is Unique for our Team members bring the Diverse Knowledge from multiple verticles where we have undertaken projects in the past making our Knowledge Managemnt system the BEST in Global standards.

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