Students Perform Best When They Have Behavioral Models That Work To Imitate In Their Own Lives

Model literacy has academic relevance in science, engineering, finance, economics and every job description in the corporate arena. The entrepreneurial excitement for our students with the creating their product that could change the world is in their ability to sell it to millions of people worldwide. To accomplish this, top executive must learn to design the infamous “Business Model.” When C Level management employees who lead the most powerful companies in the world make decisions on the direction of their companies, their ability to make those decisions all center round the design of their companies business models. The heart and soul of any corporation just as important as its product is, its business model. 
We supply our students with a visual prototype for a business model that allows them to design business models like a seasoned professional. Our proprietary model allows students to approach business model design as an engineer designing of a corporate machine and use The Formula to calibrate its work to a precise timetable. This model can be used to design business models for any corporation and with any product. Because we are using engineering instruments to design business models, our students achieve a level of technology literacy far beyond the average entrepreneur. Using our model, students can:
Chart Corporate Earnings & Return on Investment (ROI)
Write Business Plans
Scientific Behavioral Analysis
Risk Assessment & Management
Corporate Troubleshooting & Analysis
Public Speaking & Product Launches
Perform Case Studies
Calculate Corporate Earning
These critical skill sets allow students to rise within any corporation to the management level. Students explore a plethora of management styles and strategies in the building and design of their corporate models. In the pursuit of developing and maintaining the perfect business model, students in a project based setting explore and develop 21st Century skills such as: 
  • Government and Civics Literacy
  • Global Awareness Literacy
  • Financial, Economic, Business and Entrepreneurial Literacy
  • Civic Literacy
  • Creativity and Innovation
  • Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
  • Information Literacy
  • Media Literacy
  • Information, Communications and Technology (ICT) Literacy
  • Flexibility and Adaptability Skills Development
  • Initiative and Self-Direction Skills Development
  • Social And Cross-Cultural Skills Development
  • Productivity and Accountability Skills Development
  • Leadership and Responsibility Skills Development
Depending on the product, business model design choices are infinite and can take on an artistic sensibility. As such, management teams that can prove they understand which business models will work best for their product and service, earn the trust of investors, stock holders and most important, their customers. A students ability to design and re-design effective business models through changing economic conditions allows students to endure and maintain economic stability regardless of changes and economic shifts worldwide. In an ever changing, globalized 21st Century technology driven economy we are now rapidly moving towards, model literacy that leads to the understanding and mastering business models is a must for all students. 

Due To The Emergence of The 3rd Industrial Revolution, Leaders In Business Management Are Forced To Innovate New Business Models

The 1st Industrial Revolution was brought on by innovations in water and steam that led to inventions like the cotton gin. Large industries rose requiring schools to train workers and laborers to operate large machines. This revolution led to the innovation in business models like Classical Management Theory, Administrative Science, Scientific Theory, Organizational Culture, X & Y Management Styles as well as Bureaucracy Theory. These business models were designed to streamline laborer industries but innovation brought in the 2nd industrial revolution forcing new business models to emerge. 

The Second Industrial Revolution was born from innovations in energy through electricity and oil. This caused an innovative reaction against the prior theories leading to models of Team Approach, Human Relations Theory, Human Resource, Systems Theory as well as the innovation of the X & Y Management Models into the most effective Z Management Models responsible for accelerating productivity in China, now rivaling the United States as a leading economic superpower. 

We now find ourselves in the 3rd industrial revolution. The Information Age promises to be just as disruptive if not worse. Vast fortunes have been accumulated by the architects of the models that powered the prior revolutions. This information age is connecting the world, making the competitive landscape that much more treacherous. Those who are not skilled in the art of business model design will be ultimately left behind. The Formula can help.