Mind Your Career: Utilizing the Business Model Canvas to Create Sustainable Value
Presented by Alvin McBorrough, MBA'12
From the C-suite to the classroom, Business Model Canvas has become a practical strategic management tool that is helping companies and individuals understand customer needs, design the right value propositions, and build better business models. Today, the Business Model Canvas is been utilized to re-invent existing and create new business models. In addition, it is also been used to help individuals find the right jobs in today’s lackluster economy.
What you will learn:
- How to build a Business Model that works
- Create a value proposition that sells
- Deliver a hands on experience in creating a viable model that will land you your dream job
About the Presenter, Alvin McBorrough, MBA'12
||Alvin is the Managing Partner and Co-Founder of OGx Consulting. He is
responsible for defining and implementing the firm’s strategic goals and
objectives. He provides leadership and direction towards broadening the
firm’s offerings, business development, quality assurance, and risk
management initiatives. Alvin also drives employee recruitment and
development programs, sustains high performance standards, develops and
oversees corporate policies as well as the firm’s financial control
He is a senior Business and IT executive with a track record of successfully leading multi-million dollar client transformation engagements. Prior to co-founding OGx Consulting, Alvin held several management positions at Cisco, Level 3 Communications, TouchPoints Consulting, Comcast, AT&T, Government of Liberia, and British Telecom. Currently, Mr. McBorrough is also an Adjunct Professor teaching Strategy and Entrepreneurship at Daniels College of Business, at the University of Denver.
Alvin has an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, a MA Degree from the University of Denver, and a BA Degree from the University of Ghana.
If you are unable to view this webinar live on April 12, a recording of each session will be available in the Webinar Archives by April 15.
Alexandria Schultz, AM'13