Are you trying to improve your existing business model? Or trying to create a new one that can compete in today’s market? Then this course is for you.
If you're improving an existing business or launching something new, you're facing one big challenge. How do you build a desirable and profitable business model that can compete in today’s market? Millions of people worldwide use our proven methods to do exactly that. Let's see how you can too.
Most people have a hard time describing this in a simple and practical way. We'll show you how to map your model using the global standard Business Model Canvas. Once complete, you'll have a one-page map of exactly how to create and capture value.
Every business model – including yours – gets pressure from various forces in its environment, such as technological changes or regulatory change. We'll help you scan your environment to identify big opportunities and possible threats, as well as fill in your blind-spots.
You’ll have to choose your battles if you’re going to beat the industry leader in any space. Our tools will help uncover key opportunities to differentiate from your competition.
Capturing a business model can be easy, but knowing what to improve on can be difficult. You'll use nine seven key assessment questions to identify opportunities for improvement.
You know where you are and what needs to improve to succeed – but how do you close the gap? Here you'll learn techniques to develop quick, easy prototypes of business model ideas. Armed with these tools, you'll be surprised at how fast you can generate options.
Learn how to answer these questions, and master the concepts you need to work efficiently with the Business Model Canvas, directly from its inventors, Alex Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur. Discover or refamiliarise yourself the proven methodology introduced in our global best-selling book Business Model Generation.
Getting started with the Business Model Canvas
The business model in context
Competition: how to differentiate yourself and do more with less
Business model mechanics: how to assess your business model design
Designing and prototyping business models
Validating business models: why business models fail and how to avoid it
Design new business models in a clear, practical way so you can clearly explain your idea to customers and investors. Figure out where you need to start testing to validate your ideas.
Adopt a clear, customer-oriented approach when designing new value propositions and bringing them to the market – or improving existing products. Create new business models and value propositions to build new growth engines.
Better your understanding of the business model and how to sell your value propositions to various customer segments.
Clarify and create a shared language around a business model for strategic reorientation or for more effective internal corporate reorganizations.
Learn the basics and get familiar with the Business Model Canvas.
No, you will have lifetime access once you’ve purchased the course.
Yes, you can. Our courses work on most mobile devices.
Yes, you’ll get a Strategyzer certificate of completion when you finish the course.
We provide a select portion of the course and class materials to download for future reference. These resources include tools, templates and tip sheets. Our videos are only available to access during the stated access period and when you are logged into the course.
Empower your team to create better value propositions and business models with Strategyzer’s guided team training.
Facilitated by one of our Strategyzer Innovation Coaches.