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[MaGIC Webinar] The 5 Step Process to Creating Disruptive Business Models

In light of the ongoing Movement Control Order (MCO) and MaGIC’s recent survey having conclusive data that only 2.9% of start-ups are confident in surviving through MCO -  MaGIC will be bringing you its Webinar series, a platform for online live sessions with industry experts and entrepreneurs to shed light on the various ways to strategise and thrive in a time of crisis, such as the one brought about by the COVID-19.

Each topic in the series will dive into the different areas of business and offer tools and insights for business sustainability, followed by a Q&A session. We at MaGIC will strive to provide a platform of support for our entrepreneurs as best we can.

Our next speaker will be Denis Oakley .

Denis Oakley helps companies identify organisational “blind spots” and helps them to innovate. He started developing this skill at university, focusing on the history of ideas. A career as a systems engineering consultant encouraged multidisciplinary thinking. This was followed by 10 years as an entrepreneur and interim leader at startups that saw him work on hundreds of business models.

Denis specialises in helping companies look at their business models, the threats that they face and developing new business models to meet the challenges and opportunities of the business environment.

In his spare time, Denis is a keen ultra-endurance athlete and lover of Malaysia’s rich forests. Denis is from the UK and moved to Malaysia in 2007

The Session

Business models can explain more than 90% of the valuation of companies such as Apple, Google and Tesla. But how do you design a new business model that would take you from a world of brutal competition to one where you can grow quickly and profitably?

In this third part of the Business Model Innovation Series, we'll be covering the importance of revamping your business model and identifying the 5 step process to creating new disruptive business models.

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Agenda

45 minutes presentation

15 minutes Q&A

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Speakers

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Denis Oakley

Denis Oakley helps companies identify organisational “blind spots” and helps them to innovate. He started developing this skill at university, focusing on the history of ideas. A career as a systems engineering consultant encouraged multidisciplinary thinking. This was followed by 10 years as an entrepreneur and interim leader at startups that saw him work on hundreds of business models. Denis specialises in helping companies look at their business models, the threats that they face and developing new business models to meet the challenges and opportunities of the business environment. In his spare time, Denis is a keen ultra-endurance athlete and lover of Malaysia’s rich forests. Denis is from the UK and moved to Malaysia in 2007.

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[MaGIC Webinar] The 5 Step Process to Creating Disruptive Business Models

Nov 19, 2020 3:00 PM

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Nov 19, 2020 4:00 PM

Online Webinar

Admission is Free

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In light of the ongoing Movement Control Order (MCO) and MaGIC’s recent survey having conclusive data that only 2.9% of start-ups are confident in surviving through MCO -  MaGIC will be bringing you its Webinar series, a platform for online live sessions with industry experts and entrepreneurs to shed light on the various ways to strategise and thrive in a time of crisis, such as the one brought about by the COVID-19.

Each topic in the series will dive into the different areas of business and offer tools and insights for business sustainability, followed by a Q&A session. We at MaGIC will strive to provide a platform of support for our entrepreneurs as best we can.

Our next speaker will be Denis Oakley .

Denis Oakley helps companies identify organisational “blind spots” and helps them to innovate. He started developing this skill at university, focusing on the history of ideas. A career as a systems engineering consultant encouraged multidisciplinary thinking. This was followed by 10 years as an entrepreneur and interim leader at startups that saw him work on hundreds of business models.

Denis specialises in helping companies look at their business models, the threats that they face and developing new business models to meet the challenges and opportunities of the business environment.

In his spare time, Denis is a keen ultra-endurance athlete and lover of Malaysia’s rich forests. Denis is from the UK and moved to Malaysia in 2007

The Session

Business models can explain more than 90% of the valuation of companies such as Apple, Google and Tesla. But how do you design a new business model that would take you from a world of brutal competition to one where you can grow quickly and profitably?

In this third part of the Business Model Innovation Series, we'll be covering the importance of revamping your business model and identifying the 5 step process to creating new disruptive business models.

How does it work?

45 minutes presentation

15 minutes Q&A

Key takeaways

Why your business model needs a revamp and what is the cost of doing nothing

The 5 step process of business model innovation

Case studies on how a disruptive business model is developed

Agenda

45 minutes presentation

15 minutes Q&A

Speaker Profile

Denis Oakley

Denis Oakley helps companies identify organisational “blind spots” and helps them to innovate. He started developing this skill at university, focusing on the history of ideas. A career as a systems engineering consultant encouraged multidisciplinary thinking. This was followed by 10 years as an entrepreneur and interim leader at startups that saw him work on hundreds of business models. Denis specialises in helping companies look at their business models, the threats that they face and developing new business models to meet the challenges and opportunities of the business environment. In his spare time, Denis is a keen ultra-endurance athlete and lover of Malaysia’s rich forests. Denis is from the UK and moved to Malaysia in 2007.

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