Every established company is at risk from the likes of Uber start-ups, warns INSEAD professor Serguei Netessine, but not everyone will disappear. Enterprises not in denial can thrive if they change their business model and respond in other ways
CFOs should consider allocating 70% of the budget to the core business, 20% to the adjacent business model, and at least 10% to activating dormant networks into value-generating initiatives that would help the company stay relevant in the Digital Age
In a complex financial climate that has seen investors demand greater transparency, reporting on business models is currently inconsistent, incomparable, and incomplete because of a lack of consistent guidance, finds a report.
For any corporation looking to optimize its business model for Asian expansion, making the best possible use of available internal liquidity is a key consideration. Different liquidity management strategies can be used to support self-funding of new operations within a country or to minimize capital deployment for working capital needs.