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Posted: Saturday, 29 December 2012

Category:CANVAS 

What are the main problems (as I see) in Scenario Business Modeling? 1) Starting Point! 2) Comprehensive process! Common langauage 3) Easy, efficient FORM to see, test and finally present our scenarios? Let me explain the model I built and see if it answers these questions? The Model combined three ideas all together: 1) The long View (Peter Schwartz) as the most...

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Posted: Tuesday, 4 December 2012

Category:CANVAS 

CANVAS Crossword  

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Posted: Tuesday, 21 August 2012

Category:CANVAS 

Future Scenarios + CANVAS   As I learnt from  "Business Model Generation" by Alex Osterwalder & Yves Pigneur, I designed 4 possible scenarios for the Agribusiness Industry, assuming that the two major driving forces for the industry are Biotech and Advanced Agriculture chemicals.  Now we have four possible scenarios and so easy for the company to get ready for each scenario....

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Posted: Saturday, 18 August 2012

Category:CANVAS 

Business Model CANVAS as a Football field (KIWI way of thinking)   An innovative way to remember the templater of the business model of CANVAS cam from John Smith (45 Degrees owner in Opunake). "The CANVAS is like a football field or a tennis court (doubles) whichever way youo want to look at it.  But it takes twwo teams or more to play and one to kick off or serve.  At the end of...

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Posted: Thursday, 16 August 2012

Category:CANVAS 

Storytelling as a powerful tool to describe the Business Model (CANVAS)   Just as the bsuiness model CANVAS helps you draw and analyse your model, storytelling will help you communicate the whole idea and how it works to your team.   Create a simple story to describe a business model as the presentation attached shows.   CANVAS - SUPER TOAST PRESENTATION.  Super Toast, Inc....

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Posted: Tuesday, 14 August 2012

Category:CANVAS 

Prototyping Business Models   Where do you want to be?  At the top of the game, because you've taken the time to prototype powerful new business models? Or in the sidelines, because you were too busy sustaining your exisiting business model?  Prototyping is a a powerful toolfor developing new, innovative business models. You may wonder how all (CANVAS + Prototyping) of this is...

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