... where visionaries, game changers, and challengers discuss business models
As I was reading the Canvas chapter (my 1st read:), this morning, I made a note to myself to re-draw the canvas in 3-layers:
1. KP + KA/KR
2. VP + CH/CR + CS
3. CS + CR
I know, it wouldn't be a canvas any more (at least not a 2-D canvas ;), but it seems like a pretty nice way to stack-up those areas.
Just a thought...
Added by Razvan Radulian on December 27, 2010 at 1:30pm — No Comments
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Added by Kevin Fallon on December 24, 2010 at 12:52am — No Comments
Can one use the Business Model Canvas like in the following tools and techniques:
* Balanced Scorecard
* Strategy Map
Best way to learn about any theory is off course to practise and to spread the news!
I only know about the book since september, but I chose to give a 20 min. presentation on the Business Model Generation to the Club100, an exclusive group of exhibitor invitees for the FESPA digital show in Hamburg May2011. Of course I hope to sent my waves of enthusiasm so those who have not yet experienced the BMG will join (and order a book).
Last week I had the very good fortune to find myself in Amsterdam and Rotterdam to spend time with my colleagues in the business model community and discover new friends in the leancamp community. The reason for my adventure from Canada to the Netherlands was to join Patrick van der Pijl and Camilla van den Boom at the 2010 Business Model Generation conference hosted by
Business Models Inc. and Kluwer (publishers of the Dutch version of Business