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  • Tbl hc3v4

    1. 1. TBL
    2. 2. Last week businessmodel canvas segments coherence innovation and pressure assignment
    3. 3. Today Iterating your model improving your value proposition XPLANE empathy map
    4. 4. Traditional questions: WHO... am I selling to? WHAT... am I selling them? (and (more importantly) how does it help them?) HOW... do I organize value? HOW... do I make money?
    5. 5. The problems in cases... Usually boil down to... The model doesnt “work” anymore The subject wants to try something else
    6. 6. business cyclehttp://www.pitt.edu/~mgahagan/MFP.htm
    7. 7. Ansoff...
    8. 8. So how do you knowyour new combo will work...?
    9. 9. Iterations: Customer insight
    10. 10. Concepting working Insight black box conceptSource: Lili Sukirman; value proposition workshop, Happen 2011
    11. 11. DifferentationSource: Lili Sukirman; value proposition workshop, Happen 2011
    12. 12. Recipe • Insight, target client need, paradox • Tangible description of product / service • Big Benefit + maximally one secondary benefit (focus!) • Reason to believe (why you credibly deliver the benefit with the concept to fulfil the need) • Usage instructions • Pricing • TaglineSource: Lili Sukirman; value proposition workshop, Happen 2011
    13. 13. A word on narrative
    14. 14. Insight• Set the scene, context• “have you ever wondered...”
    15. 15. Exercise
    16. 16. So what about competition?
    17. 17. Positioning
    18. 18. Using analogies
    19. 19. points of reference A C Product UserSource: Lili Sukirman; value proposition workshop, Happen 2011
    20. 20. A B C A! A! that gives you B A! the B without C A! the anti - CLili Sukirman: value proposition workshop, Happen 2011
    21. 21. For (target group), (company) is the (frame of reference) that (differentiating benefit), because only (company) has (RTB proving benefit is true).Lili Sukirman: value proposition workshop, Happen 2011
    22. 22. For people who enjoy being outdoors, Senz is the weather protection expert who’s products help you get around outside, because only Senz can design products that withstand absolutely anything the elements will throw at you. For people who don’t want to be caught out in a rainstorm, Senz is the rain protection expert who’s products help you get around outside, because only Senz can design rain protection that withstands the worst of storms. For city dwellers who need to get around on foot when it rains, Senz is the umbrella company who’s products keep them dry, because only Senz can make umbrellas that withstand gale force 12.Lili Sukirman: value proposition workshop, Happen 2011
    23. 23. The Anti-CFor business travelers, easyJet is the airline that guarantees disappointment, because only easyJet has cramped seats, aridiculous on-board retail system and 98% tourists as travel companions. Source: Lili Sukirman; value proposition workshop, Happen 2011
    24. 24. Exercise
    25. 25. Next week using the XPLANE empathy map
    26. 26. Have a nice vacation!

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