December 2012 Blog Posts (4)

THE ZOOMABLE PROJECT CANVAS (ZPC) for Adaptive BUSINESS MODEL IMPROVEMENT AND DISRUPTION

Scalably Design Your Disruptive Business Model and Lean Startup As Well As Secure Venture Funding/

There is an emerging school of thought which advocates that startups should ‘pitch’ their business models rather than business plans. Accordingly, startups should present their business model using a one-page business model map such as the Business Model Canvas. Prominent proponents of this school of thought include…

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Added by Rod on December 22, 2012 at 7:00am — No Comments

Connecting Business Model Generation with Visual Meetings and Gamestorming

On November 14th, Business Models Inc. organized the event ‘New Business Models: a boost for your organization and carreer’ in Utrecht, The Netherlands. The seminar was based on four books that Business Models Inc. produced or translated in Dutch: Business Model GenerationVisual Meetings, …

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Added by Kristel Veerman on December 3, 2012 at 4:30pm — 1 Comment

'Business Model Innovation is the Fastest Path to Greatness' - Forbes

"I consider this the fourth era of innovation, following the era of the lone inventor, corporate lab, and the venture-backed startup. Fourth era companies are thinking about innovation holistically – not just introducing new features or functions but entirely new business models. They are building ecosystems involving startups and NGOs. They are tackling big social problems like making healthcare more affordable or bringing clean water to broader populations.



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Added by Bernd Nurnberger on December 3, 2012 at 3:49am — No Comments

One-Page Visual Model of Eric Ries's Book, "The Lean Startup": A Visual Checklist

"Every Extraordinarily Successful Organization Begins Life As A Lean Startup Project"

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Eric Ries's book, "The Lean Startup", is an excellent book on how to develop startup projects under conditions of great uncertainty. Traditional summaries of "The Lean Startup" are in a linear list form. The presentation below…

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Added by Rod on December 1, 2012 at 12:30pm — No Comments

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