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Business Model Profit Strategist Nick Niemann Shows How to Achieve Lasting Success

Keynote Programs on Profitable Business Growth Provide Powerful Practical Tools, Not Theory

OMAHA, Neb., Aug. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- "Business leaders are finding that if they don't have command of their organization at the business model level, they are quickly disappearing," says profit strategist Nick Niemann, author of the recently published book, The Business Model Myth Solution: The Mindshift Needed Today for Achieving Lasting Success. Over 600 CEOs and business leaders have booked Nick to present the most overlooked secret for increasing sales and profitability for any organization.

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"The speed and the force with which business models are changing and being created or dying is unprecedented," said Niemann, a leading international authority on business model design and innovation who has shared his insights with leaders from over 40 countries.

"We are in the midst of a rapidly accelerating perfect storm which is affecting all organizations today," said Niemann, who presents keynote speeches that are filled with practical experience based on over 30 years of advising and working with business, professional, NGO and government leaders. He has spoken internationally at conferences, executive retreats and boot camps for organizations like Vistage International, Association For Corporate Growth, Merrill Lynch, Northwestern Mutual and Wells Fargo.

"Nick Niemann does a masterful job of teaching us step-by-step on how to build an organizational model that is able to survive and thrive in this competitive world," said John Formica, former Disney leader and author of "Making the Customer Experience Magical Now!"

Meeting planners and conference organizers have said his speaking programs offer extremely high value to their participants. Niemann's proven strategies and take-away tools provide participants with a lasting, transforming impact on their mindset and on their organizations which they can put into practice immediately.

He provides the inspiration and leadership every organization needs for achieving outrageous success today and into the future in keynote programs which cover:

  • Learning the Most Overlooked Secret for Increasing Sales and Profitability
  • Unleashing the 7 Root Forces Which Fuel Outrageously Successful Organizations
  • Using the Business Model Myth Solution to Reveal and to Reshape Your Unique Competitive Advantage
  • Answering the 3 Indispensable Questions for Being in Command of Your Business Model
  • Overcoming the 7 Hidden, Destructive Forces Destroying Both New and Once Great Organizations
  • Keeping Your Business From Being "Netflixed" So You Don't Become the Next "Blockbuster"
  • Avoiding Business Model Shipwreck by Rescuing Your Company from the "Perfect Storm" We Are All Facing

"The Business Model Myth is believing everything is fine. It is believing your present business model will last. It is believing your business model will profitably evolve on its own. Just the opposite is true," said Niemann.

His message to the diverse organizations he speaks with is that lasting success depends on bringing three vital ingredients into your strategic thinking: a Business Model Command, a Dynamic Leadership Core and a Root Force Culture.

Conference and Event Coordinators: To book Nick Niemann to present to your next industry or professional conference, call 402-301-3373 or email [email protected].  

Corporate Meeting Planners: To book Nick Niemann to speak at your next Executive Team or Strategic Planning Session, call 402-301-3373 or email [email protected].  

About "The Business Model Myth Solution"

The Business Model Myth Solution identifies the seven root forces behind the business model, leadership and culture mindshift which all organizations need to unleash to create profitable, lasting success today.

"This extraordinary book deals with perhaps the most important determinant of sales, profitability and business success and shows you how to get more of all three," said Brian Tracy, top-selling author of over 65 books and legendary speaker who has addressed over 5,000,000 people in over 65 countries.

About Nick Niemann

Nick Niemann is the Founder and Creator of the Business Model Myth Institute (http://www.businessmodelmyth.com/). He teaches business, professional, NGO and government leaders from around the world how to bring the ingredients of The Business Model Myth Solution into their "strategic thinking" to achieve the profitable personal, family, business and community legacies which they are aiming for.

He designed the business model for the State of Nebraska's economic development program, which has produced over 850 business expansions, over 100,000 new private sector jobs and over $25 billion private capital investment in Nebraska.

He is one of the international co-creators of the international bestseller, Business Model Generation, which introduced the world to the powerful and practical innovation tool known as the Business Model Canvas.

By combining his Business Model strategic thinking with his Business Owner Succession Planning program, Nick works with business owners to build organizations with lasting success and value.

Nick and Ann, his wife of 34 years, have 6 children and 13 grandchildren and reside in Omaha.

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