Be A Market Maker, Not A Share Taker
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This (100k Ideas) is our favorite type of model here at BIF because it taps into what we call “the gold in the grey space” — working across sectors and industries to meet true citizen needs while transforming each of the latter.
If a business model is a network of capabilities woven together into a sustainable financial model, a system is a network of business models that have learned to collaborate. Until organizations learn how to do this, integration in our education system won’t work, and innovations that fundamentally transform outcomes will remain localized and dispersed
The time has come to be a market maker, not a share taker. Business model innovation must be a strategic imperative for all organizations. BIF is releasing a deep dive into our Design Methodology for Next Practices and New Business Models with our 22 step Playbook complete with guides and tools.
BIF to facilitate a Business Model Bootcamp for over 200 healthcare leaders as part of a three-day in-person meeting focused on innovation that enables the transformation of the healthcare space to focus more on patients and their families.
The Student Experience Lab partnered with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to engage teachers in creating and leading local communities of practice focused on issues of equity and closing opportunity and achievement gaps.
The first in a series of blog posts focused on how we’red our labs that are considering how we put DEI at the core of business model design. We invite you to join these conversations, and to explore how putting DEI at the core of your business model exploration can surface opportunities for transformation.