CRAs Are the Path From Digital Operating Activities to Moats (2 of 2) (Tech Strategy – Podcast 201)

In this episode of the Tech Strategy Podcast, Jeff Towson delves into the world of CRAs (Capabilities, Resources, and Assets). These essential components link operating performance to structural advantages, offering a path from day-to-day activities to competitive moats.
Discover how CRAs can manifest as barriers to entry and competitive advantages. CEOs seeking sustainable growth should identify their moats and strategically build critical CRAs.
Listen now to explore the intersection of operating activities and strategic advantage through CRAs.

Why WeChat Can’t Be Replicated. And What’s Next for the “Everything App”. (Tech Strategy – Daily Article)

WeChat’s Unrivaled Position: WeChat, the Swiss Army knife of apps, defies imitation. Its ecosystem seamlessly integrates messaging, payments, social networking, and more.
The Elusive Replication: Despite global aspirations, no app has replicated WeChat’s multifaceted success. The “everything app” model remains elusive.
What Lies Ahead: As WeChat’s dominance endures, the tech world anticipates the next wave of super apps. What innovations will shape the future?

Digital Strategy Lesson: CRAs Are the Path From Operating Activities to Competitive Advantage (1 of 2) (Tech Strategy – Podcast 190)

In this episode of the Tech Strategy Podcast, Jeff Towson discusses how CRAs can be used to gain a competitive advantage in the digital age. He explains how CRAs can help companies move from operating activities to competitive advantage. Jeff also provides a comprehensive guide to CRAs and how they can be used to improve your digital strategy.

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How BYD Auto Plans to Win (2 of 2) (Tech Strategy – Daily Article)

BYD Auto is one of the most successful electric vehicle makers in China and the world. In this article, Jeff Towson explains how the company uses its technology strategy to create competitive advantages in four key areas: batteries, motors, electronics, and software. He also discusses the challenges and opportunities that BYD Auto faces in the rapidly evolving EV market.