The Business Model Canvas has helped millions of people around the world design better businesses. It’s a powerful tool, but only in the hands of people that know how to use it. 9 building blocks to describe your business model sound easy, but each building block is a puzzle on its own with 5-10 basic options. So in theory this results in 75 million possible strategies :).
This workshop helps you understand the basics of the business model canvas, shows inspiring examples, teaches you best practices and puts you to work. Afterall, we learn faster by doing.
This workshop is designed for the following challenges.
TIP: to help you ‘think’, select the challenges that apply to your case.
- Your business model on one page
- A more intuitive way to talk to investors, clients and team members
- Understand & improve your business model
- Structure your thoughts, create better business models
- Find out why your strategy isn’t working out
Everything we do is based on lean startup and design thinking techniques. This means we solve challenges in loops: processes that can be repeated until a solution is designed, tested and proven (or not). Build – Measure – Learn. The blueprint behind every session.
What tools will we be using? Well… these ones! Feel free to try them out in preparation of our session together!
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There are different ways to execute this workshop/training. It’s important to know the difference (or at least ours) between workshops & training sessions.
- Workshops – Solving challenges!
- Trainings – Learning by doing. Part learning, part solving challenges!
TIP: to help you ‘think’, select the cards that you’re interested in.
- Remote brainstorm session
- Big-screen-brainstorm for large audiences and events
- More things
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- Digital tools?
- Paper tools?
- 1-4 participants?
- 5-24 participants?
- 25+ participants?
- Large audiences?