This post discusses the key aspects of the business prototyping methodology and provides some details about who the methodology was designed for at what it is about.
A Simulation Model to Analyse Growth Scenarios in Professional Service Firms
Continuing our series of blog posts on the dynamics of growth in professional service firms, this post contains a step-by-step tutorial on how to build a simulation model to analyse growth scenarios in such firms.
Maximum Growth, Steady Growth and Oscillations
Continuing our series of blog posts on the dynamics of growth in professional service firms, this post first takes a look at a maximum growth scenario before discussing a more realistic scenario
Detailed Investigation of a Simple Growth Strategy
My last post on professional service firms ended with a little game designed to test your entrepreneurial skills. The key objective of the game was to make your PSF grow and reach a given cash target within two years. This post analyses some simple growth strategies that will not only help you to find a solution to the challenge but will also provide some real-world learnings.
Growth Strategies in Professional Service Firms
Making professional service firms grow is hard—you not only need to compete for business, but also for the professionals that deliver your services. And you have to allocate their time wisely between business development and service delivery. This post first sketches the dynamics that govern growth in professional service firms and then presents a little game to challenge your thinking and prepare the ground for future posts.