Setting the scene: The need to design future offerings; The purpose of a business is to build value; The basics of designing a winning offering. How to design a winning competitive position: Why and how to differentiate; Differentiating in the support and merchandise dimensions; Differentiation creates private markets; Markets with dominant players. No success without winning resources: A winning offering needs to exploit a winning resource with the four cornerstones; Winning resources: pitfalls; Getting it together: the scissors process. Corporate strategy: managing the collection of offerings: Corporate strategy: its nature and aim; Success in diversification: relatedness; Success in diversification: the filters and the better-off test. Organizing and structuring for offering-centred strategies: Offerings need sponsors; Delivering value through corporate strategy. Final reflections: Stumbling-blocks and entrenched attitudes.