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7 Ways to Present Your Business Model

posted by Remco Blom & Tim Vehof on Mar 28, 2013

One of the main challenges of business model innovation and business model implementation is communication. We need to get the message to the right people, and communicate it in a way they understand, like, and can move forward with. In this blog post, we will describe different ways of communicating business models.




5 tips for better interview results

posted by Regina Wassink & Claudia Beemster on Oct 30, 2012

Welcome to our blog. This is an archived post, most of our knowledge and advice remain valid but some material or links may be outdated. Click here to see our most recent posts. 

Do you recognize the feeling that you did not fully receive or obtain the complete set of information in the meeting you just left? Then you know that asking the right questions is not always sufficient in order to get the desired answers. 




7 Applications of the Business Model Canvas

posted by Remco Blom on Oct 1, 2012

In an earlier post we introduced the Business Model Canvas™ and discussed pros and cons. We see the pros are far bigger than the cons and many of the cons mentioned are relatively easy to compensate. But in what occasion can you apply the canvas?




Business Model Innovation: follow the customer, or others will!

posted by Remco Blom on Aug 23, 2012

Welcome to our blog. This is an archived post, most of our knowledge and advice remain valid but some material or links may be outdated. Click here to see our most recent posts.

Investing in the channel innovation, aligned with the customer relation you aspire, is crucial to come and/or stay in the picture of your intended audiences. We underlined this in the blog post in which I reviewed the HBR-article on Four paths of business model innovation.




Business Model innovation: The fifth path

posted by Remco Blom on Aug 15, 2012

Welcome to our blog. This is an archived post, most of our knowledge and advice remain valid but some material or links may be outdated. Click here to see our most recent posts.

In the Harvard Business Review of July-August 2014, the article “Four paths of business model innovation” by Karan Girotra and Serguei Netessini was published. A very interesting read, especially for managers looking for a framework identifying opportunities to rethink their existing business model.




Are Direct Messages really private, or not?

posted by Wil Janssen on Jun 11, 2012

Welcome to our blog. This is an archived post, most of our knowledge and advice remain valid but some material or links may be outdated. Click here to see our most recent posts.

Social media have penetrated our lives. We share ideas, experiences, thought, complaints, and compliments with everybody. At the same time we see quite some controversy concerning the privacy policies of companies such as Facebook and Twitter. Some people even think that European privacy regulation does not apply to them, as they are US-based companies. 




From Business Design to Business Change (#2) – Be John Malkovich!

posted by Alex Hendriks on Apr 4, 2012

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What interests me is that in many cases success in our work is not about the content per se (see post #1 of this series). Let me start this blog by recommending a somewhat strange, but brilliant and award winning movie ‘Being John Malkovich’.




Business Model Analysis with the Business Model Canvas

posted by Remco Blom & Tim Vehof on Mar 12, 2012

In an earlier blog post, we introduced the Business Model Canvas (Osterwalder, 2009) as a useful tool for describing how a business captures, creates and delivers value. In this blog, we will elaborate on Business Models, introducing the subject of Business Model Analysis. We will present several possible analytical techniques, using the case of Nextpresso, a virtual coffee-cup company.




Business Models: Do the right thing

posted by Remco Blom on Feb 27, 2012

Welcome to our blog. This is an archived post, most of our knowledge and advice remain valid but some material or links may be outdated. Click here to see our most recent posts.

This is the first post in a series on business models, innovation, implementation, cases and tools!

At BiZZdesign we have a successful history of designing businesses.




Designing your business, is our business

posted by BiZZdesign on Aug 16, 2011

Welcome to our blog. This is an archived post, most of our knowledge and advice remain valid but some material or links may be outdated. Click here to see our most recent posts.

Your goal is to be able to change your business effectively, without risks and high costs despite the complexity of your processes, channels, organization and IT. BiZZdesign strongly beliefs that a structured model based approach will enable this change for you. We offer an integral approach to (re)design, improve and implement businesses effectively.