New Venture Creation

New Venture Creation

Organizational Feasibility Analysis Day #1 Chapter 6: The Business Model and Organizing the Venture to Create the Most Value Modified from Barringer and Ireland (2008) What is a Business Model? Business Model Is an outline of the actions that occur in the delivery of a good or service The plan for how a firm Competes (core strategy), Uses resources (distinctive resources), Structures relationships (partnership network), Interfaces with customers (customer interface), and

Creates value to sustain itself based on its generated profits (approach to creating value) Important Point: A firms business model takes it beyond its boundaries (to consider necessary partners that help enable the business model) Example: Dell needs help from suppliers (e.g., Intel), shippers (e.g., FedEx), customers, and others to make its business model possible Dells Business Model Dells Approach to Selling PCs versus Traditional Manufacturers How Business Models Emerge The Value Chain A model that helps us to organize the parts of the organization

Helps us to explain how the parts fit and work together Illustrates activities that move products from raw material stage manufacturing and distribution end user. The way each activity is completed should add value to, or not detract value from, the firm Can also help us study a business or industrys value chain in order to identify opportunities for new businesses That is, areas in the value chain where value can be created How Business Models Emerge: Porters Value Chain (Firm Infrastructure) (Production)

Primary activities: deal with the physical creation, sale, and servicing of the product Support activities: act as activities that reinforce primary activities The Value Chain: called the value chain because it proposes that each activity can either add or subtract value for the firm. The 'margin' depicted in the diagram is the same as added value. How Business Models Emerge Uses for the Value Chain 1. Used to provide an overview of the business model (logic for how the parts of the business work together) 2.

Can be used to identify where new business model can be created--where additional value can be added (e.g., can be more effective) in a business or industrys value chain and focus firm around creating this new value Analysis may focus on: One primary activity (e.g., marketing and sales) One support activity (e.g., human resource management)

FedEx, UPS with Outbound Logistics Administaff & Paychex with HRM; Accenture and BCG with Management Support (e.g., administration) Interface between 2 stages (e.g., operations & outbound logistics) DHL, UPS with operations (supply and distribution management) and outbound logistics (shipping offerings to consumers) Organization Feasibility Analysis: Value Chain Assignment Requirements Describe your firms Value Chain

Discuss each primary and support activity Describe exactly what is being completed for each activity and how it is being completed Note: activities that not a part of the core competencies of the firm (e.g., those activities that the firm cannot perform better themselves relative to those that can be hired to perform those activities) should probably be outsourced Make sure the way all activities are completed makes sense given the firms competencies and the nature of the industry/competition Take a holistic view of the firm and the external environment Rememberthink about how value is added or detracted from the firm as a result of how each activity is completed

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