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Job	To	Get	Done	(JTGD):	.....................................................................	
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MISSION MODEL CANVAS vs. BUSINESS MODEL CANVAS: Mission-Driven Organizations vs. Profit-Driven Organizations

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In this presentation, the 4Q-Diamond is used to visually present the Business Model Canvas as well as Mission Model Canvas. In this way, the similarities and differences of the two tools can be identified. Further, each tool can be extended for more comprehensive and robust problem solving as well as project management.
The presentation shows the Mission Model Canvas vis-a-vis the Business Model Canvas.

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  • @Usman Naeem: Actually, there's a lot of material on the 4Q-Diamond, which is the visual tool that I have applied to map contents of the Mission Model Canvas and Business Model Canvas. For more information on the 4Q-Diamond, visit http://www.slideshare.net/RodKing/simply-standardize-over-30-business-modeling-tools-the-4qbusiness-model-interface . Should you have further comments or questions, just let me know.
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  • Will you be making a more detailed version of this?
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  • @Ali Anani, PhD: Great observation and insight, Ali Anani, PhD. Tools such as the 4Q-Diamond, Business Model Canvas, and Mission Model Canvas as well as the Lean Canvas and Organizational Chart are what Henry Mintzberg calls an "Organigraph." An organigraph illustrates how an organization works to achieve a Job To Get Done (JTGD), which can be "profit-oriented" or "non-profit or mission-oriented." That's why the simplest and best organigraph, the 4Q-Diamond [even if I say so (:-)], focuses on Universal Problem Solving & Project Management (UPSPM). All business tools can effectively and efficiently be layered on a 4Q-Diamond. I'd like to add that Steve Blank and Alexander Osterwalder are using a paradigm of FRAGMENTED PROBLEM SOLVING & PROJECT MANAGEMENT (FPSPM). Consequently, separate tools are required for tame and wicked projects or for profit and non-profit organizations. This approach involves a lot of waste in terms of time, money, and other resources used. Blank and Osterwalder largely ignore the literature on Project Management where Financial Cost-Benefit Analysis (FCBA) is applied to "for profit" projects while Social Cost-Benefit Analysis (SCBA) and Cost Effectiveness Analysis (CEA) are applied to "non-profit" or social projects. The Mission Model Canvas focuses on the approaches of SCBA and CEA.
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  • So, the two diamonds share the left side, whereas they differ totally in the right section of the diamonds dear Rod King, Ph.D.. This highlights a misunderstanding that people before Profit is not concerned about profit; it is more how to make the profit. Great work Dr. King
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MISSION MODEL CANVAS vs. BUSINESS MODEL CANVAS: Mission-Driven Organizations vs. Profit-Driven Organizations

  1. 1. Job To Get Done (JTGD): ..................................................................... MISSION MODEL CANVAS WHAT WHY HOW WHO Value ProposiCon (VP) Key Resources (KR); Key Partners (KP) MISSION MODEL CANVAS vs. BUSINESS MODEL CANVAS Universal Problem Solving & Project Management BUSINESS MODEL CANVAS PROFIT MARGIN World-class Coaching on Business Periodic Table (BPT), 4P-Diamond, and Kanban InnovaCon Dashboard (KID) Ambidextrous Growth Strategist. Dr. Rod King. rodkuhnhking@gmail.com & hLp://businessmodels.ning.com & @rodKuhnKing WHAT SoluCon WHY Impact HOW Process WHO Problem Customer Segments (CS) 4Q-DIAMOND Value ProposiCon (VP) Key Resources (KR); Key Partners (KP) PROFIT MARGIN (MISSION) Beneficiaries MISSION-DRIVEN ORGANIZATION PROFIT-DRIVEN ORGANIZATION

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