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Competitive Advantage from the Bottom of the Pyramid


Ajay is a technologist and business strategist who often obsesses over issues that range from the impact of technology on disruptive business models to entrepreneurship and impact investing. In a world where global competition is absolute, companies are looking at new ways to gain sustained competitive advantages. Global firms have employed blue ocean strategies to cater their services and offerings to the BoP (Bottom of Pyramid). Prahalad , the brilliant management guru.

Possibility Maximizer: Fast Company's 30 Second MBA

Sales Wolf Blog

Prahalad, but you'll also get the thoughts and opinions of business professionals from successful start-ups, non-profits, and boutique enterprises that serve very specific niches in their respective markets.  You will also find a strong global representation at the 30 Second MBA with speakers from around the world stopping by to share their unique perspective on the topic of the week.

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Introducing 100 Coaches: Pay It Forward Champions

Marshall Goldsmith

Authority on new technology and communication. Deepa Prahalad – Focused on design and emerging markets. Mark Tercek – President and CEO, Nature Conservancy – world leader in global conservation. World Economic Forum – Global Leader for Tomorrow. Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Global Debt Registry (MHR). Kathleen Wilson-Thompson – EVP and Global CHRO, Walgreens Boots Alliance. A ‘Top Ten’ global coach.

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What Is Strategy, Again?

Harvard Business Review

Prahalad and Gary Hamel’s 1990 article, “ The Core Competence of the Organization ”). Rapidly responding to ever-evolving competitive and market changes (perhaps a reference to Rita McGrath and Ian McMillan’s 1995 article on innovation strategy “Discovery Driven Planning” ). If you read what Peter Drucker had to say about competition back in the late ’50s and early ‘60s, he really only talked about one thing: competition on price.