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The Business Models Handbook

Templates, Theory and Case Studies

Benefit from a reliable collection of the most valuable business models, including detailed coverage of each model, expertly explained theory, as well as case studies and supporting templates.
EAN: 9780749481872
Edition: 1
Format: 235x155
336 pages

About the book

Enhance your business and marketing planning and overcome common challenges, with this collection of the most valuable and reliable business frameworks and models.

Business frameworks sit at the heart of every successful business. They add structure and clarity to business problems and can help practitioners overcome the everyday challenges they face. The Business Models Handbook brings together the most helpful and widely used templates and frameworks into a single, invaluable resource. Each chapter focuses on an individual business framework, giving an overview of 50 of the best known frameworks and how it will help an organization grow and be profitable. Each supported by a real-world case study, these include ANSOFF matrix, Price-Quality-Strategy model, Stage-Gate model, Service Profit Chain and many more.

Authored by a leading global market researcher with a background working on over 3,000 different research projects, The Business Models Handbook is an invaluable resource for any student or professional. Online resources include lecture slides that align with each chapter.

About the authors

Paul Hague is the Founder of B2B International Ltd, a global market research company. He is fellow of the Market Research Society and the author of ten books, sharing 30 years of practical experience in market research and marketing. He is a visiting fellow at Manchester Metropolitan University and a guest lecturer at Manchester Business School. His books have been translated into Italian, Indonesian, Bulgarian, Polish, Portuguese and Chinese.

As strategy is all about three things - implementation, implementation, implementation - The Business Models Handbook is especially useful because it not only discusses the most important business models, but also provides practical guidance on how each model can be used.

Rennie Gould, CEO, Customize UK Training