What’s New in Business Model Generation

Need a collection of tools to help generate business model ideas! The Business Model Canvas is an analytical tool outlined in the book Business Model Generation. It is a visual template preformatted with the nine blocks of a business model, which allows you to develop and sketch out new or existing business models. This book has sold over 220,000 copies the past two years and has established itself as one of the leading sources of modeling for both startups and established businesses.

If you’re ready to change the rules, you belong to “the business model generation!” Listen to Alex discuss this concept and he latest extensions to the BMGen platform such as the Customer Value Canvas plugin.

Download Podcast: Click and choose options: BMGen or go to the Business901 iTunes Store.

About: Dr. Alexander Osterwalder is a sought-after author, speaker, workshop facilitator and adviser on the topic of business model design and innovation. He has established himself as a global thought leader in this area, based on a systematic and practical methodology to achieve business model innovation. Executives and entrepreneurs all over the world apply Dr. Osterwalder?s approach to strengthen their business model and achieve a competitive advantage through business model innovation. Organizations that use his approach include 3M, Ericsson, IBM, Telenor, Capgemini, Deloitte, Logica, Public Works and Government Services Canada, and many more.

  • Competitive Advantage Through Business Model Innovation
  • Aligning Business Model Innovation and Information Technology
  • From Business Model to Business Plan
  • Private Banking Business Models – discover, understand, define
  • Business Models in the Media Industry
  • Business Models at the Bottom of the Pyramid
  • Social Entrepreneurship Business models
  • Design Thinking in Business

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