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This course gives you access to Odyssey 3.14 - an original approach developed to help you invent or reinvent a business model. This highly innovative approach has been developed by Laurence Lehmann-Ortega and Hélène Musikas and has been shown to be very effective. It is taught to top executives, entrepreneurs, and HEC students. You will learn about the concept and tools that combine innovation and strategy. Starting with the 3 pillars that make up the core business model, this approach recommends 14 directions to consider in order to invent or reinvent the business model. Whether you are a graduate student, an executive or an entrepreneur, you will learn from examples and from your peers how to challenge your views in order to be innovative and come up with new ideas. Odyssey 3.14 is the result of over ten years of research, consulting and teaching. Over 100 companies that have successfully invented or reinvented their business model have been thoroughly analyzed and will inspire you to develop your own new, innovative business model. At the end of the course, you will be able to : • Define what a business model is and how it relates to other the tools and frameworks in strategy • Understand the 3 components of the business model and how they are linked • Remember the 14 directions in which to explore and imagine a new business model • Understand the Odyssey 3.14 global approach, which means being able to apply this approach to any industry...

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MN

Jan 17, 2017

Superb course with great structure and well designed modules and videos. You end up with a very practical toolbox to think about business models in a very disciplined way.

BM

May 06, 2018

Very good course! the pedagogy is excellent, and the whole way to re-invent a business model is really operational! thanks a lot for the people who prepared this course!

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26 - (Re)-invent your business model with the Odyssey 3.14 approach 的 39 個評論(共 39 個)

創建者 Bennady Y

Sep 07, 2017

Excellent cours sur l'innovation!

創建者 Ronald I W

Feb 15, 2017

Excellent and interesting course. Very well put together and presented.

創建者 Pascale D

Feb 18, 2017

Amazing course !

創建者 Stefano C

Aug 27, 2018

Very interesting, insightful and well explained.

創建者 saed E

Oct 29, 2018

Extremly Helpfull ,Thankyou

創建者 Clifford G

May 18, 2019

enjoying every minute of it

創建者 C D B

Nov 01, 2019

This is a must course for any one who wants to build a better co.

創建者 Koen H

Jan 27, 2019

I enjoyed the structural approach to business model innovation. Very usefull!

創建者 Lars A

Jun 09, 2018

This is a great course on business model innovation. The instructors have carefully planned a progression with exercises and tests that reinforce the learning. They provide many examples of the models 3 core components and the 14 directions, all of which they explain in great detail. Highly recommended even if you know about the business model canvas.

創建者 Humbert

Dec 22, 2016

Great course, very inspir

創建者 Laurent B

Apr 14, 2018

Le cours (Re)-invent your business model with the Odyssey 3.14 approach permet de découvrir une méthode de business model innovation qui complète bien un outil tel que le Business Model Canvas d'Alexander Osterwalder et l'approche de l'effectuation. Le travail final offre une opportunité de produire un livrable fouillé ou le support d'un réel projet entrepreneurial.

創建者 Biagio C

Jun 09, 2016

I would have like a longer course about these arguments. Anyway it offers really a lot of examples, effective analytic tools and ispirations to develop innovation in the business.

創建者 Diaa E A E

Aug 01, 2019

Course is unique as it uses the Blue Ocean Strategy indirectly to re-invent the business. It would have been perfect if the Business Model Canvas was used with the process

創建者 Adam M

Aug 07, 2017

It was a good course, but I felt that there was some difficulty with the questions; they were not always well defined.

This was generally not an issue on the multiple choice questions, but for the open assignments that were graded by fellow students, I felt like it was an issue. We did not always know what aspect of the assignment would be graded. In addition, I feel like this led to some grades from fellow students that were "out of scope"; basically, they were grading on things that were not part of the grading rubric.