Business Model Canvas vs Lean Canvas vs One-Page Lean Startup
by Rod King, Red Ocean Disruptor at ROD University at /for Bus. Model Gamification; Top 1% Slideshare Contributor - Over 150,000 views (2013) on Nov 26, 2012
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The Business Plan is the traditional document that established businesses and non-profit organizations as well as startups, entrepreneurs, and innovators use to document their strategy and tactics for ...
The Business Plan is the traditional document that established businesses and non-profit organizations as well as startups, entrepreneurs, and innovators use to document their strategy and tactics for achieving goals in projects. However, the traditional business plan is voluminous, complex, filled with grand hypotheses (vision), and becomes increasingly irrelevant as a project proceeds in the real world.
In recent years, many individuals and organizations have been abandoning the traditional business/strategic plan in favor of one-page documents that present project plans, business models, and ecosystems. The most common one-page project summaries are currently the tools of the Business Model Canvas, Lean Canvas, and One-Page Lean Startup. This presentation briefly introduces and compares these three business model (ecosystem) mapping tools especially using the workflow of 8 activities for Lean Startup Project Management.
Which business model (ecosystem) mapping tool is your favorite? And why?
What other tools are you using for summarizing, presenting, and managing your project plans as well as business models and ecosystems?
We look forward to hearing from you.
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