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Business    ModelGeneration
Hi, Munich.
Hard Work beforehand
Prologue
No strategy survives the firstcontact with the enemy..
No business model survives thefirst contact with the customer..
Biz ModelIOI
Business Model Canvas      Essentials
GenesisCreated by Alex Osterwalder,Yves Pigneur and many more..
ConceptAnalogous to the human brainleft - logicright - emotion
A business model..  ..describes the rationale of how  an organization creates, delivers,  and captures value.
Business Model Canvas      Nine Building Blocks
Customer Segment
Customer Segment  For whom are we creating  value..
Value Proposition
Value Proposition What value do we deliver to the customer..
Channels
ChannelsThrough which Channels do ourCustomer Segments want to bereached..
Customer Relationship
Customer Relationship      What type of relationship does      each of our Customer Segments      expect us to establish..
Revenue Streams
Revenue Streams For what value are our customers really willing to pay..
Key Resources
Key ResourcesWhat Key Resources do our ValuePropositions require..
Key Activities
Key ActivitiesWhat Key Activities do our ValuePropositions require..
Key Partnerships
Key Partnerships Who are our Key Partners..
Cost Structure
Cost StructureWhat are the most importantcosts inherent in our businessmodel..
OverviewGot it..
-Quiz--TIME-
which Co. ..
Apple iTunes
Some ExamplesThe Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
The Bad and Ugly
The Good
Epilogue
Thoughts on the BMC    how to use it
be visual
be creative
x x xx x xx x xIDEA IDEA IDEA IDEA IDEA IDEAx x x xx x xxx IxIDEA IDEA IDEA IDEA IDEA IDEAIDEA IDEA IDEA IDEA IDEA IDEA   ...
getstructure
Thank you.Now enjoy yourself and startto work..
Credits
Show some love                       prezo by:                   arturlapinsch                   STARTeurope              ...
Image Creditswar explosion: http://bit.ly/tZ2mYcApple Newton: http://bit.ly/saaTcxStarbucks logo: http://bit.ly/bbIcUHGile...
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  1. 1. Business ModelGeneration
  2. 2. Hi, Munich.
  3. 3. Hard Work beforehand
  4. 4. Prologue
  5. 5. No strategy survives the firstcontact with the enemy..
  6. 6. No business model survives thefirst contact with the customer..
  7. 7. Biz ModelIOI
  8. 8. Business Model Canvas Essentials
  9. 9. GenesisCreated by Alex Osterwalder,Yves Pigneur and many more..
  10. 10. ConceptAnalogous to the human brainleft - logicright - emotion
  11. 11. A business model.. ..describes the rationale of how an organization creates, delivers, and captures value.
  12. 12. Business Model Canvas Nine Building Blocks
  13. 13. Customer Segment
  14. 14. Customer Segment For whom are we creating value..
  15. 15. Value Proposition
  16. 16. Value Proposition What value do we deliver to the customer..
  17. 17. Channels
  18. 18. ChannelsThrough which Channels do ourCustomer Segments want to bereached..
  19. 19. Customer Relationship
  20. 20. Customer Relationship What type of relationship does each of our Customer Segments expect us to establish..
  21. 21. Revenue Streams
  22. 22. Revenue Streams For what value are our customers really willing to pay..
  23. 23. Key Resources
  24. 24. Key ResourcesWhat Key Resources do our ValuePropositions require..
  25. 25. Key Activities
  26. 26. Key ActivitiesWhat Key Activities do our ValuePropositions require..
  27. 27. Key Partnerships
  28. 28. Key Partnerships Who are our Key Partners..
  29. 29. Cost Structure
  30. 30. Cost StructureWhat are the most importantcosts inherent in our businessmodel..
  31. 31. OverviewGot it..
  32. 32. -Quiz--TIME-
  33. 33. which Co. ..
  34. 34. Apple iTunes
  35. 35. Some ExamplesThe Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
  36. 36. The Bad and Ugly
  37. 37. The Good
  38. 38. Epilogue
  39. 39. Thoughts on the BMC how to use it
  40. 40. be visual
  41. 41. be creative
  42. 42. x x xx x xx x xIDEA IDEA IDEA IDEA IDEA IDEAx x x xx x xxx IxIDEA IDEA IDEA IDEA IDEA IDEAIDEA IDEA IDEA IDEA IDEA IDEA iterateIDEA IDEA IDEA IDEA IDEA IDEAxIDEA IDEA IDEA IDEA IDEA IDEAx xx x xx xx x xIDEA IDEA IDEA IDEA IDEA IDEA x
  43. 43. getstructure
  44. 44. Thank you.Now enjoy yourself and startto work..
  45. 45. Credits
  46. 46. Show some love prezo by: arturlapinsch STARTeurope BMC methodology:www.businessmodelgeneration.com    
  47. 47. Image Creditswar explosion: http://bit.ly/tZ2mYcApple Newton: http://bit.ly/saaTcxStarbucks logo: http://bit.ly/bbIcUHGilette logo: http://bit.ly/tng7NVColor logo: http://bit.ly/t1nzhONew Coke can: http://bit.ly/8Z1GCgStick Figure: http://bit.ly/sg1KYkCreative Canvas: http://bit.ly/sqs0PAStructured Canvas: http://bit.ly/vJCcHx    
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