This week’s podcast is about Barriers to Entry, which is one of my 6 levels of competition.
You can listen to this podcast here or at iTunes and Google Podcasts.
Here is my new book:
- Moats and Marathons (Part 1): How to Build and Measure Competitive Advantage in Digital Businesses Kindle Edition
I break competition under digital change into 6 levels.
Most of my favorite businesses have key operating assets that can’t be easily built, bought, or transferred. This turns out to be an interesting list. Think about:
- Reputation, loyalty, and love.
- Personal customer relationships.
- Intellectual property, creative activities, and rare technical abilities.
- Certain technologies, scientific capabilities, and trade secrets.
- Certain physical assets.
- Physical and digital networks.
- SenseTime and an Introduction to AI Software Economics (1 of 3) (Asia Tech Strategy – Daily Article)
- 3 Lessons in China AI/ML from Artefact (Data Consultants and Digital Marketers)
- Adobe Inc. and the Power of Old School Software Economics (Asia Tech Strategy – Podcast 81)
From the Concept Library, concepts for this article are:
- 6 Levels of Competition
- Barriers to Entry
- Cost Timing and Difficulty of Entry?
From the Company Library, companies for this article are:
I write, speak and consult about how to win (and not lose) in digital strategy and transformation.
I am the founder of TechMoat Consulting, a boutique consulting firm that helps retailers, brands, and technology companies exploit digital change to grow faster, innovate better and build digital moats. Get in touch here.
My book series Moats and Marathons is one-of-a-kind framework for building and measuring competitive advantages in digital businesses.
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