Which situation would you name as a typical reason for a systematic transformation of the business model and operating model?
A classic trigger for an acute need for transformation can be the entry of new competitors into a market, often combined with the introduction of innovations. However, in view of the disruption in many industries and the increasing demands in terms of the sustainability of business, there are also regular starting points for reflecting on the core elements of the business model in other entrepreneurial situations. Some markets are significantly more affected by acute crises or structural change, be it the automotive industry, mechanical and plant engineering, retail or the consumer goods sector – our sector-specific pages and studies offer a good insight into this. Particularly in these sectors, a regular, neutral review of the business model and target operating model can be indispensable to ensure the company's long-term survival.