By Alexander Osterwalder, Yves Pigneur
Company version iteration is a instruction manual for visionaries, online game changers, and challengers striving to defy superseded enterprise versions and layout tomorrow's corporations. in case your association must adapt to harsh new realities, yet you don't but have a method that may get you out in entrance of your rivals, you would like company version Generation.
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Additional resources for Business Model Generation: A Handbook for Visionaries, Game Changers, and Challengers
1 This chapter attempts to formulate a structural model of Taiwan’s small businesses using theories of human agency given by Max Weber (1921/1968) and Alfred Schutz (1962, 1967, 1970). This chapter argues that a typical family business in Taiwan consists of three major components: entrepreneur or boss (laoban) (Sect. 2), boss’s wife (laoban liang) (Sect. 3) and core team (bandi) (Sect. 4). The trinity of these components typifies a small business in Taiwan. Moreover, underlying small businesses in Taiwan is the Chinese family style of management which enhances competitiveness and flexibility in global markets.
Therefore, these small enterprisers are competent on jumping on the bandwagon. For example, a small laoban in the electronics industry said: “I was in the audio business. My friend imported transducers from the United States. At that time, no one produced transducers in Taiwan. Then he and his friend formed a small joint venture to produce transducers in Taiwan. At the beginning, their firm was a monopoly and the profit was impressive. One company noticed our good profit in the business. It hired away our technicians and penetrated the market.
Another reason toujia liang is mostly involved in financial management is trust. The most trustworthy person is the wife (Kao 1999, p. 33). Many things have to be done by “in-group”. In finance, small business does not have the capability to hire a financial controller. Also, a hired person will not be so keen on calculating the value of each dollar spent. If this is the case, who is the most trustworthy people to manage the finance? Keep in mind that this person has to be familiar with the company’s direction of development.
Business Model Generation: A Handbook for Visionaries, Game Changers, and Challengers by Alexander Osterwalder, Yves Pigneur