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What is The Mullin’s Seven Domains Model?
The Seven Domains Model was developed by John Mullins, the entrepreneur, and professor at London Business School, and published in his 2003 book, “The New Business Road Test.“ This model helps the entrepreneurs who interesting in starting new a business and also helps organizations decide whether to pursue new products or services or launch a new project. Mullin’s Seven Domains Model divides the proposed idea or venture into seven “domains”. The first four domains focus on the market and industry from the macro (large-scale) and micro (small-scale) perspective, while the other three are team domains that focus on internal issues within a company.
- Market domain
- Macro Level: Market Attractiveness
- Micro Level: Sector Market Benefits and Attractiveness
- Industry Domain
- Macro Level: Industry Attractiveness
- Micro Level: Sustainable Advantage
- Team Domain
- Mission, Aspirations, Propensity for Risk
- Ability to Execute on Critical Success Factors
- Connectedness up, Down, Across Value Chain
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