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Another example of 'LeapFrogging' - the rise of the Utilisation Economy

Thursday 18 December 2014

The core function of Strategic Planning is to set a direction for your organisation and map for utilisation of your resources. Part of that process MUST include a thorough assessment of the products or services that may present risks or opportunities to your business. And as groups like Uber & Lyft also suggest - paying attention to leap frogging processes might be equally useful

Over on the Looking Up Feeling Good website this post about the Utilisation Economy and the Sharing Economy is worth a read, using the example of the passenger ride platform as an example of a business model that could quite literally take you somewhere. The question for you is 'Where?'

The Utilisation Economy and why Uber is NOT part of the Sharing Economy 


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