5. But what, if the table is too low? Source: archiproducts.com
6. …or too high? Source: casa-diseno.com
7. …or the stool is just too small?Source: addyunknown.blogspot.com
8. …or just simplybroken? Source insidethetravellab.com
9. Source colourbox.comWHAT THE FUNK?
10. Words of caution:Don‘t let your Startup Tool be a (S)tool! Source: annebrogdonportfolio.blogspot.comTools are just that: tools. Not more, notless. You still do need to use your brains.
11. Agenda 1. Business 2. Value Model Proposition 4. Identify 3. Lean Risks Adaptation
12. Business Model 2. Value Proposition 4. Identify 3. Lean Risks Adaptation
13. „[…] abstractrepresentation ofthe business logicof a company.“ The Business Model Ontology (Diss.),Osterwalder and Pigneur, 2004 Source: www.hangthebankers.com
14. Def.:A business model describes the rationaleof how an organization creates, delivers,and captures value. Business Model Generation, A. Osterwalder, Yves Pigneur, Alan Smith, and 470 practitioners from 45 countries, self published, 2010Def.:Or in English: A business model describeshow your company makes money. What’s a startup? First Principles, Steve Blank, Blog article, www.steveblank.com (Retrieved Oct 26, 2012)
15. What signals to follow? Source: http://journeytojoy-timberwolf123.blogspot.de/
30. Identify Risks 1. Business 2. Value Model Proposition 3. Lean Adaptation
31. Def.:A startup is a human institution designedto create a new product or serviceunder conditions of extreme uncertainty. The lean startup, Eric Ries, Crown Business, 2011
32. Uncertainty and risk aredifferent things.You can be uncertain about alot of things that aren‘t risky.
33. Def.Uncertainty: The lack of completecertainty, that is, the existence of morethan one possibility.Risk: A state of uncertainty where someof the possibilities involve a loss,catastrophe, or other undesirableoutcome. How to Measure Anything: Finding the Value of Intangibles in Business, Douglas Hubbard, John Wiley & Sons, 2007.