12 years, 9 months ago

An integrated view of change

It often happens that when you reach for the business strategic view to explain why certain things should happen at other levels, communication get overtly complicated. Most of us are used to encountering strategy maps, scorecards, motivation models and since 2009 business model canvases. The problem I’ve encountered is that these perspectives of the business […]

12 years, 9 months ago

When things need to go up the wall

Mots of us run workshops to gather information and build awareness. If you like me use the Business Model Canvas then maybe you have felt that sometimes it would come in handy if the sticky notes would be encoded accordingly to the BMC. Now you can have that by printing these Business Model Canvas Sticky Notes […]

12 years, 9 months ago

Iteration #6 of a new Business Model for MTB Stage Races

The Sponsoring checklist As you get into it you need some help. Help can come in many forms, mostly what is required is network, money and knowledge. To get that you try to secure the support of sponsors in the form of investors. To ease the communication with the different types of sponsors a basic […]

12 years, 10 months ago

Enabling the BMC with the power of Q

I threw the basic grid below together as a tool to reason and visualize about how developers, analysts and architects generally use the BMC. My suspicion was that most users of the BMC scatter their efforts across the grid with an emphasis on “Enable”. If that would prove to be the case then there is […]

12 years, 11 months ago

Taking a turn on the BMCanvas

The basic question I’m exploring visually here is “Is there another perspective to be found using the BMCanvas by Alexander Osterwalder at any orientation?” For the Architect (whatever prefix is used Business/Enterprise/IT) relating to the concept of different orientations may help in focusing the effort on the areas most important to the sponsor. The value […]