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Business Model Generation

Members: 6
Latest Activity: May 2, 2014

With thanks to Mark and Amelia for presenting me with this book as a gift - I have decided to establish this group to allow for dialog that will help the members apply the content to their businesses.

As I have worked with my clients I have articulated the value of:

  • Peter Drucker's work - especially the Five Questions
  • Bob Norton's work - especially the Vision Model
  • Chris Anderson's work - especially as articulated in "Free" with his assertion that sooner or later - we will all have to compete with "free"
  • Karl Hellman's work - especially as articulated in "The Customer Learning Curve"
  • Kevin Maney's work - especially as articulated in "Trade-Off" and "2 Second Advantage"
  • Treacy and Wiersema's work - as articulated in "The Discipline of Market Leaders"
  • The work of many others - which I access - much like a worker's tool-belt - to assist owners of training, technology and consulting companies as they seek to drive revenue growth.

Chris Anderson provides 50 business models based on Free. The Thinking tools presented by "Business Model Generation" will help us implement these models and create brand new models (not necessarily free) - that produce profits for our companies.

How to benefit from this group:

There are 15 initial discussions in this group:

1. Introductions (please introduce yourself and read about the other members)

2. Questions about Business Models (In the beginning....)

Discussions 3 to 11 are dedicated to each component of the model:

3. Customer Segments

4. Value Propositions

5. Channels

6. Customer Relationships

7. Revenue Streams

8. Key Resources

9. Key Activities

10. Key Partnerships

11. Cost Structure

Discussions 12 to 15 are focused on helping us assimilate the content:

12. How did this help you?

13. What's missing?

14. What will you do next?

15. Open Forum related to Business Models

Here is a 72 page preview of the book - Business Model Generation

Additional discussions will be added and described below to build upon the initial 15.

16. Patterns (5 Business Models - to emulate or to inspire innovation)

17. Design (6 Design Techniques - to help business people apply design tools that complement their business skills)

18. Strategy (4 Thinking tools to connect your business to a model)

19. Process (Putting it all together)

20. Outlook (5 Topics - Potential future books)

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Discussion Forum

Business Model Flow Chart Documents 2 Replies

Started by Fred St Laurent. Last reply by Fred St Laurent Feb 18, 2014.

16. Patterns (5 Business Models - to emulate or to inspire innovation) 6 Replies

Started by Paul Terlemezian. Last reply by Paul Terlemezian Jan 21, 2014.

1. Introductions 2 Replies

Started by Paul Terlemezian. Last reply by Andrew Dietz Jan 8, 2014.

20. Outlook (5 Topics - Potential future books) 5 Replies

Started by Paul Terlemezian. Last reply by Paul Terlemezian Jan 5, 2014.

19. Process (Putting it all together) 5 Replies

Started by Paul Terlemezian. Last reply by Paul Terlemezian Jan 5, 2014.

18. Strategy (4 Thinking tools to connect your business to a model) 4 Replies

Started by Paul Terlemezian. Last reply by Paul Terlemezian Jan 5, 2014.

14. What will you do next? 1 Reply

Started by Paul Terlemezian. Last reply by Paul Terlemezian Jan 5, 2014.

13. What's missing? 2 Replies

Started by Paul Terlemezian. Last reply by Paul Terlemezian Jan 5, 2014.

12. How did this help you? 1 Reply

Started by Paul Terlemezian. Last reply by Paul Terlemezian Jan 4, 2014.

11. Cost Structure (Efficiency) 1 Reply

Started by Paul Terlemezian. Last reply by Paul Terlemezian Jan 4, 2014.

10. Key Partnerships (Efficiency) 1 Reply

Started by Paul Terlemezian. Last reply by Paul Terlemezian Jan 4, 2014.

9. Key Activities (Efficiency) 2 Replies

Started by Paul Terlemezian. Last reply by Paul Terlemezian Jan 4, 2014.

8. Key Resources (Efficiency) 1 Reply

Started by Paul Terlemezian. Last reply by Paul Terlemezian Jan 4, 2014.

7. Revenue Streams (Value) 1 Reply

Started by Paul Terlemezian. Last reply by Paul Terlemezian Jan 4, 2014.

6. Customer Relationships (Value) 1 Reply

Started by Paul Terlemezian. Last reply by Paul Terlemezian Jan 4, 2014.

5. Channels (Value) 1 Reply

Started by Paul Terlemezian. Last reply by Paul Terlemezian Jan 4, 2014.

4. Value Propositions (Value and Efficiency) 1 Reply

Started by Paul Terlemezian. Last reply by Paul Terlemezian Jan 4, 2014.

3. Customer Segments (Value) 2 Replies

Started by Paul Terlemezian. Last reply by Paul Terlemezian Jan 4, 2014.

2. Questions about Business Models (In the beginning...) 2 Replies

Started by Paul Terlemezian. Last reply by Paul Terlemezian Jan 4, 2014.

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Comment by Paul Terlemezian on January 4, 2014 at 3:05pm

Please be sure to read and comment in discussion - 1. Introductions and watch the video of the author's talk about the concept of Business Model Generation which is linked to in discussion 1 as well as posted in the videos section of this site.

 

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