Pick 4 of the questions and provide your answers based on a business implementing IT from your surroundings. 


Here are the questions:

  1. What business are we in? Which opportunities will we pursue and which will we
    NOT pursue?
  2. Who are our customers, suppliers, and business partners? What value do we provide
    to these key stakeholders? What value do we provide to employees and owners?
  3. What are the competitive dynamics and balance of power within the industry? Who
    are our biggest competitors today? Who will they be in the future?
  4. What differentiates us from competitors and substitutes? How easy (or difficult) is
    it for new players to enter our markets, offering a unique value proposition and/or
    substitute products and services? How easy (or difficult) would it be for customers,
    suppliers, or partners to switch?
  5. How efficient and effective are our core operating activities and processes? How
    easy (or difficult) is it for customers, suppliers, and partners to do business with
    us? How easy (or difficult) is it for us to evolve our product-market positioning, to
    explore new businesses?
  6. What are the capabilities and resources needed to execute strategy? Do we have, or
    can we build, the capabilities required?
  7. What are the key business model drivers of capital efficient profitable growth and
    market value? What role does IT play in enabling the business model drivers of
    economic value? Can we use IT to develop a business model dashboard and monitor
    business model performance?

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