API business modeling through value exchange

Statue in Kipling, Saskatchewan, Canada commemorating the red paperclip that Kyle MacDonald used to start a series of trades that led to him obtaining a house in that town.

In a previous blog post, I explained how Clayton Christensen’s “jobs to be done” theory can be used to identify innovation opportunities that are enabled by API products. The CURE methodology from that blog post is the basis for the group exercise in the API Strategy Workshops we deliver worldwide.

Getting on track with microservices

API-led connectivity

As enterprise IT seeks greater speed and agility through the adoption of a microservice architecture, they find this new paradigm can collide with long-established operating models.