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Business Design Game: Gameboard

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Gameboard for a customizable training to put business ideas into practice

Gameboard for a customizable training to put business ideas into practice

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  • 1. GAMEBOARD BUSINESS This gameboard illustrates the flow of activities for interactive trainings based on the integrative process model called Business Design. The training is designed as a game and will be played in a workshop setting, allowing participants to turn ideas into business. They will work in teams, slip into team roles to invent and implement a new business model. They will face unexpected challenges on the way. A reward system will push them beyond limits for one goal: To provide participants with a unique learning experience and help them become successful innovators. A © 2014 Orange HillsTM GmbH. All rights reserved. http://bit.ly/1rMo2hP Intro 13 Experi-ments 16 Break-out 15 Lean oerings + User stories + Non-functional requirements + Benchmark Consistency check Business Design GAME| Playing seriously with innovation Design your business in your browser | http://www.rapidmodeler.de Download | http://blog.orangehills.de/#gab_en 1 Introduction + Mission + Team + Evaluation + Workspace START Interventions’ schedule 1 2 3 4 5 Team B C D E F 1. PLAN 2. EXECUTE 3. LEARN 4. DECIDE Intro 2 4 Business model + Target groups + Channels + Oerings + Profit formula etc. Intro 3 Ideas + Customers + Scenarios + Oerings + Pains / gains Reflection + Meaning + Pleasure + Strengths + Shared picture 5 Business model + Group work + Interventions + Reflection 6 Business DNA + Jobs(s) to get done + Core value + Unfair advantage 7 Business DNA + Group work + Interventions + Reflection 8 KPIs + Output + Learning + Team 9 KPIs + Group work + Interventions + Reflection 10 Hypotheses + Analogs + Antilogs + Exploration + Hypotheses http://bit.ly/UHYzra 11 Hypotheses + Group work + Interventions + Reflection 12 Experiments + Methods + Tools + Measurements + Eiciency Break-out Break-out Break-out Intro Intro Intro Break-out Break-out Break-out + Group work + Interventions + Reflection 14 Review + Status quo + Feedback + Evaluation Lean oerings + Group work + Interventions + Reflection 17 Action plan + Tasks + Output + Teamwork 18 Action plan + Group work + Interventions + Reflection 19 Review + Status quo + Feedback + Evaluation 20 Execution + Group work + Interventions + Reflection 21 Review + Status quo + Feedback + Evaluation 22 Execution + Group work + Interventions + Reflection 23 Final + Results + Learnings + Evaluation + Award ceremony END http://bit.ly/1lQHcf7 http://bit.ly/1k5aV8O optional Break-out Intro Intro Break-out Break-out Break-out Plenum Plenum Plenum Plenum READY - SET - GO Team Iteration 1 2 3 Date