Joint Business Development: ICMG JBA (Joint Business Acceleration)
ICMG participates in Joint Business development with client corporations.
ICMG assists the client corporation to create dejima-style* organizations within, but outside of the main business/operational framework for incubating new businesses.
ICMG JBA goes beyond the standard framework of “consulting”. ICMG, alongside the client commits to the new business development, taking risk itself, and aims for joint success. JRA builds joint businesses with its clients on a long-term framework, utilizes ICMG human recourses, know-how, business network, and organically merges its strengths with the client’s intellectual capital in order to build success of the new business.
ICMG team work side by side with its clients, combining well thought out business ideas collected globally, designing business strategy and adjusting through implementation, promoting key external partnerships, building proof of concept sites/models, test marketing, through the whole process of building success. ICMG makes it possible to dramatically increase the scope of activity and time to market by utilizing ICMG’s wide business network and human resource pool, .and tapping into ICMG’s wide range of business development programs and platforms.
*Dejima was an island off of Nagasaki in the Edo period that was part of, but secluded from the rest of Japan, and was the only area in Japan in where international trade was allowed, and where “outsiders (westerners)” were allowed to live and operate in. Other than the fruits of success, whatever happened in Dejima, stayed in Dejima and did not affect the rest of the structure (Japan).
Building and operating talent incubation systems
Defining and identifying the personnel model required to lead business reform.
What is required of modern day corporations in order to constantly produce key players (talent) that can act as agents of positive change in an organization? The answer actually goes beyond setting up a personnel system or putting together a database of “in-house talent”.
It requires a practical training system of leaders based on the business at hand, along with a mid to long term training and individual coaching model based on a successful new business creation process that strategically places and monitors the identified talent in strategic locations. Once such a process is in place, then, and only then, will personnel systems or databases of in-house talent be of any use.
Without over-emphasizing on the existing talent management support systems that are known in the market, the talent incubation ecosystem structure service that ICMG provides focuses strictly on the training and support of personnel actual involved in leading the process of business reform, assists in structuring a pool of effective potential talents and the implementation of methods to manage such a pool of talents, and supports the building and establishment of an ecosystem that constantly produces the required talents to move the business forward.