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Tapping Into The Universal Mind
By sharing knowledge we help others and learn at the same time. This is the thinking that motivated me to develop a short, free introductory Business Model Generation workshop for business owners in Trinidad. .
This is a premier event, although I am an experienced facilitator I have not attempted this particular training before. My goal is to build a client base of business owners who will hire me as a business/ marketing coaching. The…Continue
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Three weeks from now, on June 5, 6, and 7 in Amsterdam, game developers, businesses and business model experts are going to work on the ultimate game for the Business Model Canvas. We are getting ready for it: the game developer teams have been selected, the industry themes have been decided on and the speakers are being briefed.
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Yes I said it! Atlast its in open..…
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According to some Analysts, Google Glass – which currently is a prototype of a wearable (head-mounted) computer – could earn Google about $10 billion in 3 years, that is, over $3 billion a year! Buzz about Google Glass has dominated the technosphere and social media over the past few weeks. However, the Google-Glass Startup has not yet answered the Billion Dollar Question (BDQ): Will customers MASSIVELY adopt or reject Google Glass?
Opinions are split…Continue
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I did a workshop recently and had fun with this one. Worked very well.
I am always looking for interesting and fun ways to get the point across. The old farce was fun to remember and perfect for illustrating a pivot and customer empathy failure.
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Business model blueprints are increasingly replacing the traditional organizational chart in many organizations. I can't remember the last time that I saw an organizational chart for a real business!
In the last five years, there has been an explosion of tools for visualizing business models. However, there has been no common language or platform that can be used for mapping tools for business model visualization and…Continue
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*** Trickle-up Development is being practiced in Sierra Leone, a small country in West Africa that was ravaged by years of a brutal civil war. Once recognized by its brand in Leonardo di Caprio’s film, “Blood Diamonds,” Sierra Leone is increasingly being noted for prodigious inventions by high school students taking part in the “Innovate Salone” program. …
Here is the BMC we created. Unfortunately is only in Portuguese. We gave two classes (1h 30 min each) to a group of two hundred couples with kids from 0 to 5. Results were amazing. I also put the BMC on my blog www.projeto490.blogspot.com.br.…Continue
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The Lean Six Sigma Methodology is one of the most used and useful tools in business. Based on a combination of the Six Sigma methodology and Lean Thinking, Lean Six Sigma focuses on continuously increasing quality (Six Sigma) while continuously reducing waste (Lean Thinking).
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“The Proficiency Pyramid for the Business Model Canvas has Bronze, Silver, and Gold Levels: respectively Business Model Innovation Level, Supply Chain Management Level, and Universal Problem Solving Level. Ninety-nine percent of practitioners including consultants remain at the Bronze (Business Model Innovation) Level. Why?”
We live in an…
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