- Porter’s Five Forces: Developed by Michael Porter, this model analyzes industries and markets through five forces, helping organizations understand their competitive landscape and industry dynamics.
- Ansoff Matrix: Created by Igor Ansoff, the Ansoff Matrix provides a strategic framework to determine growth strategies based on whether the market and product are new or existing.
- Blitzscaling Canvas: Based on the concept of Blitzscaling, this model emphasizes rapid growth and market domination under uncertainty to gain a first-scaler advantage.
- Business Analysis Framework: Business analysis helps organizations identify key elements and processes that drive value, enabling them to identify new business opportunities and improve execution.
- Gap Analysis: Gap analysis assesses alignment with strategic objectives and helps organizations reach target performance by utilizing resources more effectively.
- Business Model Canvas: Proposed by Osterwalder and Pigneur, this framework designs business models using nine building blocks, including key partners, value propositions, customer segments, and revenue streams.
- Lean Startup Canvas: An adaptation of the business model canvas by Ash Maurya, it focuses on problems, solutions, key metrics, unfair advantage, and unique value propositions, emphasizing understanding problems before solutions.
- Digital Marketing Channels: Digital marketing channels are distribution strategies using electronic means to reach potential customers, including organic channels like SEO and paid channels like SEM and SMM.
- Blue Ocean Strategy: This strategy redefines existing markets and creates uncontested markets through value innovation, offering more value at a lower cost to customers and making competition irrelevant.
Other strategy tools
Read: BCG Matrix
Read: Balanced Scorecard
Read: Pestel Analysis
Read: Scenario Planning
Comparable Analysis Framework
The FourWeekMBA Business Strategy Toolbox
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