Embracing Blue Ocean Strategy Framework Into A Company – PowerPoint Presentation

Assignment Instructions

Assume your new company president has heard about this new approach to business strategy called the Blue Ocean Strategy. Your president has asked you to prepare a brief PowerPoint presentation to explain to the company executives what this strategy framework is, how it compares to traditional strategy development and how it can be adopted in your company.

Your presentation should be 10 to 15 slides including detailed speaker notes (in the speaker note section). You also need title and reference slides beyond the minimum of 10.

Support your assignment with 2 to 3 credible references in addition to the course materials.  Please note Wikipedia, Investopedia and similar websites are not credible academic references.  The best place to locate credible references is the Online Library.


Sample Presentation

What is blue ocean strategy?

  • Blue ocean strategy is a phrase coined by Prof. Chan Kim and Prof. Renee Mauborgne in their book, ‘Blue Ocean Strategy’ published in 2005.
  • The term encompasses three major concept; untapped market, unknown market space and industries that are not in existence today.

Blue ocean according to Chan Kim and Renee (2005) refers to industries that are not in existence today-untapped market that is waiting to be explored. It is more of a strategy that  creates demand by carving its own market niche/space by venturing into untested waters.

Chief among its strategy is value innovation. It seeks to create value that is both beneficial to both the company and buyers of their products while those that the market views as less loosing value or will loose value in the future. (Harvard Business Review, 1997)


  • Blue ocean strategy seeks to reconstruct market boundaries through the action and belief of industry players by;
    • Rise of new industries e.g. eBay introduced online auction or,
    • New innovation from existing industries e.g. M-pesa introduced mobile money transfer.

Blue ocean can be created through;

Rise of new industries. This entails a company or industry player starting a new business that has never been done before anyone else in the industry. For example, eBay saw an opportunity to revolutionize the way auctions are done. Instead of limiting the auction to a geographical are, it saw an opportunity of auction transcending boundaries- thus online auction came to be.

New innovation from existing industries. An industry may add value to its existing products or core mandate, for example, the Japanese automakers saw an opportunity to create smaller cars with better fuel efficiency. They managed to create a whole new demand from existing industry. M-pesa a mobile money transfer service introduced by Safaricom Ltd a telecoms company revolutionized the way money is sent. It broke down the tradition way of sending money and by so doing added value to its core business by creating demand while building market space.


  • It is different from the traditional strategy (red ocean strategy) in which companies/industries that exist today focus on their competitive advantage in a known market with rules of engagement well defined (known market space).

The traditional strategy or red ocean is a term used to describe the existing industries that are competing in the same market and for the same demand. Emphasis is placed on efficiency and low cost to have competitive advantage over their rivals. This was advocated by Michael Porters. Companies try to wrestle market share from their rivals by either efficiency to reduce the cost of their products and services or through mergers to create bigger companies. (Andrew Chua, 2008).  Industries operating within this strategy have their structural and boundaries set in which they operate. They do not have the capacity to operate outside the set rules of the industry.. (HBR, 2004)

  • Blue ocean  pursues three important strategies;
    • Costing
    • Value innovation-pursues both differential & low cost simultaneously
    • Demand-creating demand instead of competing for it

Simultaneous pursuit of differential and low cost


This shows the strategy of pursuing value innovation with the aim of meeting the customer needs with concurrent low costing. This creates an opportunity to the company to create customer loyalty through their product offerings while at the same time pursuing an operating environment that has low cost benefits. It encourages economies of scale, creates demand and fill up market space not yet occupied.

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