In Jelassi's book [[Strategies for E-Business]] a business model is defined to consist of four interlocking elements that, taken together, create and deliver value:
* ''[[Customer Value Proposition]] (CVP)''
** A way to help customers "get a job done" (solve a fundamental problem in a give situation)
** The more important the job is to the customer, the lower the current satisfaction with getting it done and the better your solution is, the greater the 'CVP'.
** Opportunities for a CPV are most potent when alternative products and services have not been designed with the real job in mind.
* ''[[Profit formula]]''
** This is the blue print that defines how the company creates value for itself.
* ''[[Key resources|Key resources and processes]]''
** Key resources are assets such as people, technology, products, facilities, equipment, channels and brand.
* ''[[Key processes|Key resources and processes]]''
** These may include recurrent tasks such as training, development, manufacturing, budgetting, planning, sales and services.
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