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Wake up, wake up, wake up! The way, which many individuals and organizations solve problems, is way too slow.
There’s a tsunami about to hit organizations, from startups through mid-size organizations to behemoths. It’s a universal approach for rapidly solving problems in organizations especially those under conditions of great uncertainty. The approach is being heralded by a strong integration of Alexander Osterwalder’s Business Model Canvas and Eric Ries’s Lean Startup method.
Forget about the myriad tools and templates - such as in Business Planning, Value Chain Analysis, Six Sigma methodology, or TRIZ - that organizations use to solve problems. In future, all individuals and organizations will start solving and managing problems as well as continuously innovate on products, services, and projects using just one template: an Organizational Development Canvas, which is a universal problem-solving worksheet that seamlessly combines the Business Model Canvas with the Lean Startup Method. The Organizational Development Canvas mirrors the adaptive process that organisms use to solve problems in unpredictable and "wicked" environments.
So, are you a practitioner of the Business Model Canvas? Are you a practitioner of the Lean Startup method? Would you like to save time and money as well as eliminate waste by simply integrating the Business Model Canvas with the Lean Startup Method? Then, for a limited time only, you are invited to join an exclusive Problem Solving Social Network (PSSN) that focuses on accelerated validated learning of the contents of the Business Model Generation book by Alexander Osterwalder & Yves Pigneur. Our PSSN also facilitates the transition from thinking about business models (the focus of the Business Model Canvas) to thinking about business ecosystems (the focus of the Organizational Development Canvas).
In our Problem Solving Social Network, we endeavor to collaboratively answer all questions that you have regarding the Business Model Canvas as well as its seamless integration with the Lean Startup Method for continuous innovation. Note that our above Problem Solving Social Network is uniquely structured according to chapters in the Business Model Generation book. Consequently, members can ask general questions as well as questions that are related to specific chapters. We can freely add pictures, audios, and videos as well as vote on ideas.
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