By Andrew Pham, Tiffany Pham, David K. Pham
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4 According again to Dahlvig, IKEA’s business model defines most of the above criteria. 1 As such, IKEA’s business model directly addresses significant components of its business strategy, which we will discuss in further detail in Chapter 2. 4 Takeaways Before you can create a business strategy, you need to identify the organization’s mission, vision, and values. This will help, in turn, to differentiate the organization’s 6 ◾ From Business Strategy to Information Technology Roadmap business strategy from that of its competitors.
What needs will your organization serve? Which customers or constituents your organization will serve? What relative price, if applicable, will your organization charge? Deciding what needs you should serve will probably be the first choice you face. If your organization has the unique ability to offer a product or service that fulfills a distinct need or subset of needs, then it may very well warrant your attention. As you consider which customers or constituents you will serve, note that there are different ways to segment a population.
This book provides a holistic and renewed view of organizations xxxvii xxxviii ◾ Foreword by Kiran Rijhsinghani in a way that I have rarely seen, and gives the role of IT its rightful place in today’s world—revolutionized by Apple, Twitter, and Facebook, to name a few. This book has provided me with many ideas and tools that I can use in my volunteer and for- profit work, and I believe any business and IT leader would benefit from reading it. Pham’s passion for business and technology is obvious; her ability to apply sound academic research to solve real-world problems is undeniable; and last but not least, her communication style is clear and concise.