Storyboard: The Future of Business Models #FutureOf

The business landscape is radically changing, as new technologies, economic uncertainty, and strain on earth’s resources are changing how companies go to market.  In partnership with Slideshare (part of the LinkedIn family) I’ve created a vision of the future of business models, based on new market drivers.   Also, you’ll notice the new brand for Crowd Companies, a company I’m building to help corporations with the collaborative economy.   I hope you’ll enjoy this slideshare which goes through

  1. How have business models been disrupted?
  2. What are the changes companies must make?
  3. Which brands are leading with new business models?

In the end, corporations will collaborate with empowered people, making brands resilient.


You can learn more about Slidehshare’s “#FutureOf” campaign, and check out a few other slideshares of note that were part of this launch, see the Future of Work and Future of Marketing.

5 Replies to “Storyboard: The Future of Business Models #FutureOf”

  1. Jeremiah,

    Silde 13: The Old Way vs. The New Way

    You are skirting past some key consumer, business, and government behaviors in “The New Way” column. It will still be about maximizing profits as opposed to purposeful brands. People always have needed a purpose and I’d estimate 95% of brands fall short on being purposeful as shown when you factor in #CX scoring which is a better indicator than Net Promoter Score.

    People share/make – to a point that will happen but consumers still want easy and less friction.

    Government regulation is at all time high and not slowing. They will slow the collaborative economy through big business lobbying efforts as soon as collaboration business model gathers more mass.

    Note – I am your biggest collaborative economy fan!

  2. Do you think there’s a distinction in CE between access vs. access + empowerment? Thinking here of Lyft vs. TechShop (or GitHub)

    Reason I ask is because it seems like big companies / finance are willing to pour $ into the first, but usually come with their own idea of how things are done, which has implications for startups w/collaborative model. The latter is more transformational and disruptive.

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