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Business Strategy & Policy PSU MGMT #562. Week # 5 Blue Ocean, Risk & Flexibility. Dave Garten [email protected] Apple Case – Key Learnings. Company culture has bred inconsistent success Highly innovative & creative w/strong niche Very insular -- stumbled on industry dynamics

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Business strategy policy psu mgmt 562

Business Strategy & Policy PSU MGMT #562

Week # 5

Blue Ocean, Risk & Flexibility

Dave Garten

[email protected]


Apple case key learnings
Apple Case – Key Learnings

  • Company culture has bred inconsistent success

    • Highly innovative & creative w/strong niche

    • Very insular -- stumbled on industry dynamics

  • Product advantage is not competitive advantage

  • As differentiation narrows (wintel vs. mac), substitution & economies of scale dominate

  • Windows of opportunity can be a significant factor in success (despite the “best” strategy)

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Apple
Apple

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Strategy formulation
Strategy Formulation

Derived from Blue Ocean Strategy by W. Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne, HBS, 2004

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Strategy formulation1
Strategy Formulation

“Red Ocean”

“Blue Ocean”

Study of business launches in 108 companies…

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Strategy formulation2
Strategy Formulation

Reshaping boundaries  value innovation

  • Look across alternative industries

  • Look across chain of buyers

  • Look across complementary products & services

  • Look across functional or emotional appeal of buyers

  • Look across time

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Strategy formulation3

Netjets

Home Depot

Insulin

Bloomberg

Movies & babysitting

Swatch

Starbucks

Cisco

Strategy Formulation

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Strategy formulation4
Strategy Formulation

Increase Value

Lower Cost

What can be created?

What can be eliminated?

What can be reduced below industry levels?

What can be raised above industry levels?

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Strategy formulation5
Strategy Formulation

  • Redefine target toward new market space

  • Simultaneously pursue differentiation & low cost to achieve a leap in value (utility)

  • Challenge deep reliance on:

    • Existing customers

    • Finer and finer segmentation

  • Focus on non-customers

    • Edge of market

    • Unexplored non-customers

Costs

Value

Innovation

Derived from Blue Ocean Strategy by W. Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne, HBS, 2004

Buyer value

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Strategy formulation mapping

High

Low

Strategy Formulation: Mapping

Major Airline

Car

SWA

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Principles of uncertainty
Principles of Uncertainty

  • Decisions need to be made in an uncertain environment

  • NPV (traditional managerial finance) does not handle contingent or adaptive decision making

  • The creation of an option (to take action) is tangible and positive

    • Manages levels of commitment as certainty unfolds…

  • Flexibility: an option to manage uncertainty

    • Highest value under uncertainty and risk

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Sources of uncertainty
Sources of Uncertainty

  • Unpredictable environmental events (e.g. disruptive technologies)

  • Customer or stakeholder demands

  • Competitor’s moves

  • Actions of suppliers and buyers

  • Managerial actions

  • Employee actions

  • Government behavior (or lack there of)

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Uncertainty strategic response
Uncertainty & Strategic Response

Level of

Uncertainty

Response:

Strategic intent

Response:

Tactics

Source: Strategy Under Uncertainty by Hugh Courtney, Jane Kirkland and Partick Viguerie HBR 1997

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Hedge against strategic uncertainty
Hedge Against Strategic Uncertainty

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Flexibility in uncertainty

Create/preserve options

Selective flexibility Isolate volatility

Move

Up

Flexibility in Uncertainty

Low

High

Cost of Change

Low High

Uncertainty

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Some option data
Some Option data

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Option pricing black scholes
Option Pricing: Black-Scholes

  • C = cost (price) of the option

  • S = the base value of the investment

  • E = the option exercise price

  • t = time until a decision (expiration)

  •  = the level of uncertainty (beta, std. dev)

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Scenario analysis
Scenario Analysis

  • Contingency planning – generally one uncertainty

  • Modeling

  • Scenario analysis – multiple uncertainties driven by subjective interpretation

    • Helps to breaks down bias, risk-aversion, disruption

    • Develop scenario descriptions, driven by key uncertainties

    • Model the scenarios

    • Develop indicators to track how the future unfolds.

    • Develop plans and (contingencies) for each scenario

Source: A Note on Scenario Planning by David Garvin and Lynne Levesque, HBR 2006

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Scenario analysis1
Scenario Analysis

Source: A Note on Scenario Planning by David Garvin and Lynne Levesque, HBR 2006

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Scenario example
Scenario Example

Source: A Note on Scenario Planning by David Garvin and Lynne Levesque, HBR 2006

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Scenario example1
Scenario Example

Source: A Note on Scenario Planning by David Garvin and Lynne Levesque, HBR 2006

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Uncertainty flexibility summarized
Uncertainty & Flexibility Summarized

  • Flexibility/options are tools to manage uncertainty

    • Use flexibility in areas of high uncertainty

    • Isolate volatile elements – architect boundaries

  • Value of options changes with time

    • Volatility drops (less uncertainty)

    • Revisiting project valuation/options

  • Scenario analysis - a helpful tool to instill structure

  • In the real world… build an intuition

    • Framework to evaluate strategic options

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Backup
Backup

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Apple case
Apple Case

Source: UBS, 2006

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Apple case1
Apple Case

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Jan 2011

Jan 2010

May 2008

Feb 2006

Feb 2004

July 2000

Feb 1996

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Apple case2
Apple Case

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Option scenarios

NPVq = value/cost

lower

1.“Now”

Act

6. “Never”

2. “Maybe Now”

Manage Riskand Act

5. “Probably

Never”

 sqrt(t)

3.“Probably Later”

Learn before Acting

4.“Maybe Later”

ExplorePossibilities

Before Acting

higher

1.0

Source: Strategy as a Portfolio of Options by Timothy A. Luehrman, HBR 1998

Option Scenarios

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Flexibility in practice

Selective

20-80%

(20-3-8)

Derived from: IT Outsourcing: Maximizing Flexibility & Control

None

< 20%

(5-5-5)

Full

> 80%

(2-3-9)

Flexibility in Practice

IT outsourcing:

Cost containment vs. core competency

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Strategy evaluation tools

Strengths (S)

Weaknesses (W)

1.

2.

.

.

1.

2.

.

.

SO Strategies

WO Strategies

Opportunities (O)

Overcome weaknesses by taking advantage of opportunities

Use strengths to take advantage of opportunities

1.

2.

.

.

ST Strategies

WT Strategies

Threats (T)

1.

2.

.

.

Minimize weaknesses and avoid threats

Use strengths to avoid threats

Strategy Evaluation Tools

SWOT & Strategy Development

Source: Strategic management by Fred R. David

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