Yesterday’s blog centered on the common uses of the Event Canvas. In this video excerpt from an upcoming podcast, Ruud Janssen and I discussed a few uncommon uses. Ruud is the co-author of a new book, Event Design Handbook: Systematically Design Innovative Events Using the EventCanvas,
Event design is a new approach to systematically decompose and recompose the success of events. By using the #EventCanvas template, one can identify where and for whom the event can be innovated. It is a handbook to document, discuss, and design events worth attending, and illustrates good event design.
You can download the first 100-pages and the Event Canvas at http://www.eventcanvas.org/. Thought the canvas has a strong resemblance to other canvases you might be associated with, I think you will find this one of great use. It should be in everyone’s toolkit.
Related Blog post: Kaizen Event Stack: A collection of Business901 Podcasts that center on a Kaizen Event and the steps leading up to it. I have included a few meeting and communication transcriptions that I thought would prove beneficial. As of this writing, there are 13 transcriptions included.