Platform Innovation // Blog 10 Best Platform Articles of 2018
In 2018 we focused on expanding our platform thinking across different industries, from finance to healthcare to media to B2B and beyond. We also focused on how industries can best adopt platform business models, and also on how to best design and manage those platforms.
At the same time in 2018, modern monopolies like Amazon, Facebook and Google were making headlines as questions were raised about their economic dominance. We wrote about that too.
Here are our top 10 articles on 2018:
GE has talked of its ambitions for digital transformation for years. Yet the cloud of negative news surrounding the company these days stands in
stark contrast to this grand vision.
Netflix shouldn't be compared to other FANG stocks. To understand why, and to see the challenges with
Netflixâs business model, you need to look deeper.
There are only a handful of platforms with
more than a billion users in the world, and Facebook owns three.
In industry after industry when traditional enterprises are faced with technological disruption they have landed on the same answer: we have to get bigger. T hatâs a mistake.
The day Amazon announced its expansion of Amazon Go, the market reacted swiftly. Those worried about Amazon are missing half the story and
Amazonâs real motive in making these moves.
As tech giants like Amazon enter the B2B distribution sector, traditional companies must deeply understand the nature of the threat from Amazonâs
B2B marketplace, and how to compete.
Amazon and Walmart/Jet.com are dominating headlines for their eCommerce growth. But is there room for other
By demystifying exactly what innovation is, managers can build a low-cost prototype to prove their idea to their companyâs leaders, who are likely on the hunt for
We dive into how Zelle was created and how it is structured now to provide one example of how
traditional competitors can band together to fight back against disruptors and/or monopolies.
Healthcare in the United States suffers from a lot misinformation, and service barriers. In China, an insurance company found a solution to. Itâs success provides a model for