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Lean & Business Model Canvas Workshops

The strategy workshop process is your key to empowering participants, by using the tested Lean canvas, business model canvas, Value proposition canvas and Customer forces canvas, to identify areas of business growth, by following an approach used by the leading organisations.

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Lean Canvas Workshop

Communicate Your Idea Clearly and Concisely

Lean Canvas is a 1-page business plan template created by Ash Maurya that helps you deconstruct your idea into its key assumptions.

It is adapted from Alex Osterwalder’s business model canvas and optimized for early-stage product development. It replaces elaborate business plans with a single page business model.

Business plans take too long to write, are seldom updated, and almost never read by others but documenting your plan is key.

The Lean Canvas is an excellent tool to support your understanding of your business model in a straightforward, structured way. This will lead to insights about the clients you serve, what value propositions are offered through what channels, and how your company delivers value.

This can also be applied against a competitor to analyse their business models.

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Customer Forces Canvas Workshop

Uncover Big Problems Worth Solving

Map insights from customer interviews to understand the causal forces that drive customer behaviour.

While methodologies, like the Lean Startup, emphasize starting with an MVP, then using rapid experimentation and metrics for idea validation, success is often predicated on having started with a reasonably good idea in the first place.

Too many organisations simply throw their half-baked solutions over the fence at customers — calling it an MVP or experiment. But when customers encounter a half-baked MVP, they don’t turn into early adopters or testers, they leave.

We have to level up our game and start with better products.

We aid you in the development of understanding what events push, pull, trigger etc the customer to buy products, allowing you to build something somebody wants.

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Business Canvas Workshop

Visualise Your Business

The business model canvas is a great tool to help you understand a business model in a straightforward, structured way. Using this canvas will lead to insights about the customers you serve, what value propositions are offered through what channels, and how your company makes money. You can also use the business model canvas to understand your own business model or that of a competitor.

The Business Model Canvas was created by Alexander Osterwalder, of Strategyzer.

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Value Proposition Canvas Workshop

Visualize The Value You Create

When it comes time to really understand your customers, including their jobs-to-be-done, pains, and gains, as well as your offer to them, the Value Proposition Canvas, developed by Alex Osterwalder at Strategyzer AG, is one of the best tools available to help you in this regard.

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Workshop Benefits

Identify your customer’s major Jobs-to-be-done, the pains they face when trying to accomplish their Jobs-to-be-done and the gains they perceive by getting their jobs done.

Adjust your Value Proposition based on the insights you gained from customer evidence and achieve Problem – solution fit

Visualize and communicate a simple story of your business model.

Use the canvas to explore new business models whether you are a start-up or an existing business.

Use the canvas to easily juggle between “Explore” and “Exploit” business models.