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Hans Peter Bech

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Hans Peter Bech (f. 1951), der er cand.polit. fra 1977 og var fuldmægtig i Arbejdsministeriet frem til 1980, udgav sin første bog i 2012. I de mellemliggende 32 år samlede han erfaring med international forretningsudvikling i IT-industrien, der i samme tidsrum undergik voldsomme omvæltninger. Det er på den platform af personlig og praktisk læring, at Hans Peter skriver sine bøger. I 2013 kom Management Consulting Essentials, i 2015 bestselleren Building Successful Partner Channels og i 2017 den store danske forretningsbiografi Fra Damgaard til Microsoft, der i 2018 også kom på engelsk med titlen 5,460 Miles from Silicon Valley - The In-depth Case Study of What Became Microsoft’s First Billion Dollar Acquisition Outside the USA.
Bøgerne er skrevet i et let forståeligt sprog og har til formål at viderebringe erfaringer og gode råd om afsætnings- og ledelsesmæssige udfordringer i et erhvervsliv, der nyder ubegrænsede muligheder i et stadig mere globalt marked, men også presses af øget konkurrence og behovet for konstante ændringer.
Hans Peter er medlem af Dansk Forfatterforening og aktiv i udgivernetværket NewPub.

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  • af Hans Peter Bech
    160,95 - 235,95 kr.
    Fragt 39,95 kr.

    Danmarks bedst dokumenterede iværksætterhistorie Preben og Erik Damgaard er bare 21 og 23 år, da de starter virksomheden Damgaard Data. Otte år senere omsætter de for 100 millioner kroner og har 100 medarbejdere. Alles øjne er rettet mod de to brødre. Kan de med Damgaard Data gøre Danmark til en af verdens førende it-nationer?IBM køber sig ind og lover at hjælpe med den globale ekspansion. Men intet går som planlagt. ”Fra Damgaard til Microsoft” afslører hele historien om en af Danmarks ubestridte erhvervssucceser – fra vugge til voksen. Den giver et kig ind bag scenen i en industri, der er komplet uforudsigelig, hvor strategier ikke nødvendigvis fører til succes. Men det er også en fortælling om mennesker, ambitioner og snarrådighed. Og om at gå benhårdt efter sin drøm og bygge en succesfuld virksomhed op fra bunden. De vilkår som Damgaard Data var oppe i mod, gælder i dag for alle virksomheder i alle brancher. Nu er der et navn for det: disruption. Firmaer, der ligner vindere i dag, udraderes i morgen i et samspil af egne fejl, den teknologiske udvikling og konkurrenternes nådesløse dolkestød. Damgaard Data kom helskindede igennem og endte med at blive købt for 11 milliarder. Hans Peter Bech’s bog forklarer hvordan. "Forhåbentlig kan denne bog forhindre, at andre begår de samme fejl, som vi begik." - Preben Damgaard, Investor. "En forrygende og overraskende historie om en af Danmarks mest succesfulde iværksættere." - Peter Warnøe, Investor og iværksætter. ”Fra Damgaard til Microsoft” er en lærebog for alle, der beskæftiger sig med forretning og erhvervsliv." Ole Møller-Jensen, Regional - President, Danfoss. ”Fra Damgaard til Microsoft” bygger på over 200 timers interview med tidligere medarbejdere, partnere, kunder, leverandører, bestyrelsesmedlemmer m.fl. Forfatteren har gravet alt frem: børsprospekter, pressemeddelelser, personaleblade, brochurer, årsberetninger, forretningspræsentationer, notesbøger og andre interne dokumenter, som offentligheden aldrig har haft kendskab til.Hans Peter Bech, cand.polit. (født 1951) har i mere end 30 år beskæftiget sig med afsætning for danske og udenlandske IT-virksomheder. Efter at have arbejdet for Damgaard Data i Tyskland, vendte han i 2001 tilbage til Danmark og stiftede konsulenthuset TBK Consult. Siden 2008 har han blogget om international forretningsudvikling. I 2015 udgav han ”Building Successful Partner Channels”, som blev en internationale bestseller. "Pligtlæsning for enhver iværksætter." - Toke Kruse, Investor & iværksætter.

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    • 39,95 kr.
  • af Hans Peter Bech
    116,95 kr.

    Preben og Erik er i starten af 20erne da de åbner Damgaard Data. Kun 8 år senere har virksomheden 100 medarbejdere og en omsætning i multimillionklassen."Fra Damgaard til Microsoft" er fortællingen om to iværksættere, Preben og Erik Damgaard, der gennem opfindsomhed og hårdt arbejde blev til danske iværksætter konger. Hans Peter Bech har udført over 200 timers interviews med, blandt andre, Damgaard-brødrenes medarbejdere, leverandører og kunder. De interviews danner grundlaget for denne medrivende og imponerende historie."Fra Damgaard til Microsoft" er biografi og lærebog i en. Brødrenes historie giver et ucensureret indblik i et erhvervsliv der er uforudsigeligt og uden garantier.

  • - Channel Development & Management in the Software Industry
    af Hans Peter Bech
    148,95 kr.
    Fragt 39,95 kr.

    This book explains what it takes to build and manage partner channels in the software industry. The book uses the business model framework introduced by Alexander Osterwalder. It provides a practical guide for organizing the activities required to design productive partner programs as well implement these programs for the recruitment and management of partners that will find, win, make, keep and grow happy customers on our behalf.

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    • 39,95 kr.
  • - The In-depth Case Study of What Became Microsoft’s First Billion Dollar Acquisition Outside the USA
    af Hans Peter Bech
    160,95 kr.
    Fragt 39,95 kr.

    One of the Best Documented Entrepreneurial Case StudiesHow do you build and manage a channel of more than 2,000 resellers serving over 100,000 customers across 30 countries?From a small corner of the world where English isn’t the main language.Navision did just that!When Microsoft took over in 2002, the total turnover of and around Navision’s products was in the order of DKK 17 billion (USD 3.4B) and the entire ecosystem employed over 20,000 people. 5,460 Miles from Silicon Valley reveals the full story of two of Denmark’s undisputed business successes – from cradle to adolescence. It reveals an industry that is completely unpredictable, where strategies do not necessarily lead to success. But it’s also a tale of people, ambitions, and resourcefulness. How to pursue your dreams and build a successful business up from scratch – in one of the smallest markets in the world.

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    • 39,95 kr.
  • - The In-depth Case Study of What Became Microsoft's First Billion Dollar Acquisition Outside the USA
    af Hans Peter Bech
    264,95 kr.
    Fragt 39,95 kr.

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    • 39,95 kr.
  • af Hans Peter Bech
    73,95 - 230,95 kr.
    Fragt 39,95 kr.

    Foreword by Preben Damgaard "Building Successful Partner Channels" is a book laying out the roadmap for achieving global market leadership through independent channel partners in the software industry. The book applies the business model and business model environment frameworks developed by Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur and concludes that taking the indirect route to market adds an additional layer of complexity to our business model as we leave the control of finding, winning, making, keeping and growing happy customers to third parties. The book explains that the direct and the indirect go-to-market approach are not options we can choose freely between, independent of the nature of our business model and business model environments and it discusses when the indirect go-to-market approach is applicable and advantageous and when it is not. The book concludes that taking the indirect route to market requires that the channel is an integrated element of our product offering and value proposition. The indirect route to global market leadership requires developing and maintaining a channel partner program and the book lists all the elements of this program including the critical channel partner P&L model. The book concludes that our partner program will change substantially as we move from early stage channel building to the mature mode where most of our revenue comes from existing channel partners. The book describes the process for channel partner recruitment, and concludes that the initial process is very similar to the process of hiring top performing sales people. However, where we pay staff to perform their duties from the day they join, channels partners will have to make substantial investments before they reap the benefits of the cooperation. Channel partner recruitment is therefore initially a long process requiring substantial investments. The dynamics of channel partner recruitment changes as we move from the early mode channel development stage to the mature stage and the book recommends that we should recruit as many channel partners as we possibly can. We then let them demonstrate where they belong in the channel pyramid classifying channel partners and the book discusses how we should manage each group. A full chapter is devoted to discuss adopting the indirect channel approach at a later stage after having applied a direct approach first, introduces some simple sanity checks to verify if switching is feasible and explains how this switch can be accomplished.

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    • 39,95 kr.
  • - Channel Development & Management in the Software Industry
    af Hans Peter Bech
    129,95 kr.

    The book applies the business model and business model environment frameworks developed by Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur and concludes that taking the indirect route to market adds an additional layer of complexity to our business model as we leave the control of finding, winning, making, keeping and growing happy customers to third parties.The book explains that the direct and the indirect go-to-market approach are not options we can choose freely between, independent of the nature of our business model and business model environments and it discusses when the indirect go-to-market approach is applicable and advantageous and when it is not. The book concludes that taking the indirect route to market requires that the channel is an integrated element of our product offering and value proposition.The indirect route to global market leadership requires developing and maintaining a channel partner program and the book lists all the elements of this program including the critical channel partner P&L model. The book concludes that our partner program will change substantially as we move from early stage channel building to the mature mode where most of our revenue comes from existing channel partners.The book describes the process for channel partner recruitment, and concludes that the initial process is very similar to the process of hiring top performing sales people. However, where we pay staff to perform their duties from the day they join, channels partners will have to make substantial investments before they reap the benefits of the cooperation. Channel partner recruitment is therefore initially a long process requiring substantial investments.The dynamics of channel partner recruitment changes as we move from the early mode channel development stage to the mature stage and the book recommends that we should recruit as many channel partners as we possibly can. We then let them demonstrate where they belong in the channel pyramid classifying channel partners and the book discusses how we should manage each group.A full chapter is devoted to discuss adopting the indirect channel approach at a later stage after having applied a direct approach first, introduces some simple sanity checks to verify if switching is feasible and explains how this switch can be accomplished.

  • - The In-depth Case Study of What Became Microsoft’s First Billion Dollar Acquisition Outside the USA
    af Hans Peter Bech
    116,95 kr.

    In May 2002, Microsoft acquired Navision, a Danish provider of ERP software for the midmarket. With the price tag of USD 1.45 billion, it was Microsoft’s biggest acquisition to date.5,460 Miles from Silicon Valley is a book primarily about Damgaard Data, a company set up in 1984 by two brothers, 23-year-old Erik and 21-year-old Preben Damgaard. Less than eight years later, the company had an annual turnover of USD 12.5 million and employed 100 people.In 1994, with the objective of bringing the company’s products onto the global market, IBM bought into Damgaard Data. This turned out to be a troublesome collaboration and in 1998, Erik and Preben bought out IBM’s share of the business.In October 1999, Damgaard Data was listed on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange and within three weeks, its value soared to nearly USD 1 billion. Unfortunately, the excitement was short lived. Only a few months later, at the beginning of December, a sudden drop in revenue sent the share price plunging.The company’s principal competitor, Navision Software, soon suffered a similar fate and the two companies decided to merge under the name Navision. The goal was to re-establish market trust by once again producing impressive growth and earning rates.The strategy worked and in 2001 Microsoft called.The book, more than 500 pages long, is a detailed account of the history of Damgaard Data and Navision Software. Based on more than 200 hours of interviews as well as on research into more than 1,000 internal and external sources, it is an in-depth analysis of the grit, perseverance and more than a little good luck necessary for entrepreneurial success.

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