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- The Enhanced Business Model Canvas – by Andrew Campbell (on this site)
- The Enhanced Business Model Canvas – by Andrew Campbell – Ashridge blog expanding on the idea
- What is an operating model – by Andrew Campbell – Operational Excellence Society
- Operating models: What are they? – by Andrew Campbell – LinkedIn – with interesting comments made by readers
- What is good operating model design? – by Andrew Campbell – LinkedIn
- Ten design commandments for great business design – by Mark Lancelott – LinkedIn
- Converting strategy into operational design – by Andrew Campbell – Stratex Hub
- Operating Model Canvas – focuses on the Canvas
- Target Operating Model – links Operating Model Canvas with Business Model Canvas
- Operating Model: Six tools – describes six of the most powerful tools for operating model work
- Operating Model: When do you need one – describes six situations when an operating model will help
- Operating Model – six tips for designing good operating models
- Decision Grid – describes the RAPID tool
- Organization Design – six tips to help you design well
- Relationship Mapping – tool for examining stakeholder relationships inside and outside the organization
- Tribes at work – people are influenced by identity and belonging
- Collaboration – a formula for successful collaboration at work
- Powerpoint slides (not yet uploaded)
- Introduction to operating models
- From strategy to operating model to organization design
- Value chain mapping
- Organization models
- High-level IT blueprint
- Further reading – by Andrew Campbell
- Further reading – by other authors including many of the classics
Amit, R, Zott, C (2012) Creating Value Through Business Model Innovation, MIT Sloan Management Review, Spring 2012.
- Bodine, P. A, and Hilty J. (2009) Business Architecture: An Emerging Profession, Business Architects Association Institute, April, 2009. http://www.businessarchitectsassociation.org/resources/Documents/Business_Architecture-An_Emerging_Profession_Edition_4-28-09.pdf
- Brown, D & Bahrs, P. (2009) Enterprise Architecture for Systems Engineers, http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/rational/library/edge/09/jun09/enterprisearchitecture/
- Collis, D J & Rukstad, MG (2008), Can You Say What Your Strategy Is?, Harvard Business Review, http://www.pathmos1762.nl/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/CanYouSayWhatYourStrategyIs.pdfCutter (2008), 10 Key Skills Architects Must Have To Deliver Value, Enterprise Architecture http://www.cutter.com/content-and-analysis/resource-centers/enterprise-architecture/sample-our-research/ear0810/ear0810.pdf
Forrester (2010) The Anatomy Of A Capability Map, http://www.scribd.com/doc/75386677/Anatomy-of-Capability-Map
Galbraith (1971), Matrix organization designs: How to combine functional and project forms, Business Horizons (February 1971). http://www.jaygalbraith.com/pdfs/galbraithmatrix1971.pdf
Goold, M & Campbell, A (2002) Do You Have a Well-Designed Organization?, Harvard Business Review.
C.A. & S. Ghoshal (1987), Managing Across Borders: New Strategic Requirements, MIT Sloan Management Review
Hammer, M. (1990), Reengineering work: Don’t automate, obliterate, Harvard Business Review.
Kaplan & Norton, Balanced Scorecard, Harvard Business Review, Jan/Feb 1992 – reprinted 2005,
Kaplan, Norton & Barrows (2008), Developing the Strategy: Vision, Value and Gap Analysis, http://www.exed.hbs.edu/assets/Documents/developing-strategy.pdf
Kavadias, S, Ladas, K, Loch, C (2016), The Transformative Business Model, Harvard Business Review, October 2016.
Kesler G and Kates A (2010), Designing Strategic Organizations: The New Work of Executives and HR, People & Strategy, http://www.ihrim.org/Pubonline/Wire/Jan11/StrategicOrgs.pdf
Lewis M, Young B, Mathiassen L, Rai A and Welke R (2007), Business process innovation based on stakeholder perceptions, Information Knowledge Systems Management (2007), http://www.business.unr.edu/faculty/kuechler/788/softsysBPinnovation.pdf
Manwani, S (2002) Global IT architecture: who calls the tune?, Journal of Global IT Management.
MIT Centre for Digital Business & CapGemini Consulting (2013), Digital Transformation: A roadmap for billion-dollar organizations
Osterwalder, A, Pigneur, Y, Smith, A (2010), Business Model Generation, Wiley
Osterwalder, A, Pigneur, Y, Bernarda, G., Smith, A(2015) Value Proposition Design: How to Create Products and Services Customers Want, Wiley
Ovans, A (2015), What Is a Business Model, Harvard Business Review, Jan 2015.
Prahalad C.K & Doz, Y (1987), The Multinational Mission: Balancing Local Demands and Global Vision
Reijers H A., Mansar, S L, Rosemann M (2008), From the Editors: Introduction and a Compass for Business Process Design, Information Systems Management, Fall 2008
Rosenblatt, G (2013), The Stakeholder Argument: Why Stakeholder Principles Matter, http://www.the-vital-edge.com/stakeholder-argument/, 22 May 2013.
Ross, J.W., Weill, P. & Robertson, D.C., 2006. Enterprise Architecture as Strategy, Harvard Business School Press.
Rumelt. R (2011), The perils of bad strategy, McKinsey Quarterly, June 2011.
The Open Group Architecture Framework Web Site (2011), TOGAF Management Overview, http://www.togaf.org/togafSlides9/TOGAF-V9-M1-Management-Overview.pdf
The Open Group (2016), Business Capabilities, Open Group Guide, March 2016.
The Open Group (2016), Capability-Based Planning: The Link between Strategy and Enterprise Architecture, White Paper, November 2016.
Treacy, M & Wiersema, F (1993) Customer intimacy and other value disciplines, Harvard Business Review
Van der Pijl, P & Lokitz, J (2016) Design a Better Business, Wiley
Ylimaki T & Halttunen V, (2005), Method engineering in practice: A case of applying the Zachman framework in the context of small enterprise architecture oriented projects, Information Knowledge Systems Management 5 (2005/2006).
Zachman, J. A. (1987), A framework for information systems architecture, IBM Systems Journal.