Our Strategyzer Webinars series has been attended by thousands of people. In this post, we've linked to all of our past sessions for easy access. Dig deep into extended lessons and practical tips from Business Model Generation and Value Proposition Design. Registration is open for our next free webinar session, so be sure to RSVP for your spot at the end of this post.
Our webinar sessions dig deeper into the lessons and insights found in Business Model Generation, Value Proposition Canvas, and our Masterclass events. Each session is chalk full of tangible takeaways on our tools and methodologies.
All of our sessions are free, so if you're new to Strategyzer, be sure to bookmark this post for easy access.
Don't forget to sign up to our next webinar session. You can RSVP at the end of this post.
In our first session, we walk you through the Strategyzer web app which features digital versions of our popular Business Model and Value Proposition Canvas. Learn how to collaborate globally and virtually; prototype rough business models and value propositions; estimate ballpark financials; and store all of your business experiments and learnings.
Learn valuable best practices for working with the Business Model Canvas. This session covers some pertinent ground rules for using the building blocks; communicating your business model story; and the importance of visual imagery.
Learn common pitfalls and best practices for using the Value Proposition Canvas. Learn how the Customer Profile and Value Map work in sync to capture customer understanding. Take in real examples like Tesla and how customer understanding plays an important role in its Value Proposition.
The Business Model Canvas is a powerful presentation tool. The simple layout allows teams to quickly and concisely present assumptions and evidence for new business ideas. This session features loads of best practices for moving away from dull Powerpoint presentations and into a crystal clear approach for communicating new value.
We've seen large companies validate new business ideas in just 8-12 weeks. In this session, Alex Osterwalder frames for audiences the sequence of events required to take a rough idea and gather enough evidence to validate increased investment and effort.
Mastercard scaled business model training to over 1,000 of its global workforce. In this live Q&A session with Mastercard’s Global Talent & Learning executives, Alex Osterwalder will uncover how the finance giant managed to transform the way the organization thinks about capturing and creating new value for the business. RSVP to learn directly from executives inside the organization.