教你如何绘制、设计、评估和测试商业模型的在线培训课程(Mastering Business Models)

教你如何绘制、设计、评估和测试商业模型的在线培训课程(Mastering Business Models)

教你如何绘制、设计、评估和测试商业模型的在线课程。

如果你正在改进现有业务或推出新产品,你将面临一个巨大的挑战。

你如何建立一个强大的,盈利的商业模式,可以在今天的市场竞争?全世界有数百万人使用我们已经证明的方法来做到这一点。

An online course that will teach you how to map, design, assess, and test business models.

If you’re improving an existing business or launching something new, you’re facing one big challenge. How do you build a strong, profitable business model that can compete in today’s market? Millions of people worldwide use our proven methods to do exactly that.

Mastering Business Models
An online course that will teach you how to map, design, assess, and test Business Models

Learn the Business Model Canvas methodology, used by 5 million+ business practitioners
Turn fluffy discussions into practical outcomes
Create a shared language around business models and strategy
Improve collaboration across disciplines and geographical boundaries within your organization
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Here’s what you get…
Online course what you get bmgen book
Proven methodology introduced in our global best-selling book Business Model Generation.
Online course what you get lessons
Over 70 bite-sized learning pieces, across 13 lessons, on 6 crucial topics.
Online course what you get videos
Unlimited access to 50 videos and over 8 hours of learning content that doesn’t expire.
…and how you’ll apply it immediately
If you’re improving an existing business or launching something new, you’re facing one big challenge. How do you build a strong, profitable business model that can compete in today’s market? Millions of people worldwide use our proven methods to do exactly that – let’s see how you can too.

What’s the business model? – Map your Model
Most people have a hard time describing this, due to a lack of shared language. We’ll show you how to map your model using the global standard Business Model Canvas. Once complete, you’ll have a one page map of exactly how you create and capture value.
What does the market look like? – Scan the Environment
Every business model –including yours – gets pressure from various forces in its environment. We’ll help you scan your environment to identify possible threats, big opportunities, and fill in your blind-spots
Where can you compete? – Find Unique Value
You’ll have to chose your battles if you’re going to beat the incumbents in any space. Our tools will help uncover key opportunities to differentiate from your competition.
How do you know if your model is any good? – Assessing Quality
Capturing a business model can be easy, but knowing what to improve on can be hard. You’ll use seven key assessments to identify opportunities for improvement.
How can you Improve? – Prototype
You know where you are, and what needs to improve to succeed – how do you close the gap? Here you’ll learn techniques to develop cheap, quick prototypes of business model ideas. Armed with these tools, you’ll be surprised at how fast you can generate options.
What could kill your idea? – Test and Derisk
Why do most business models fail? You’ll learn the most common failures, and how companies who used testing to avoid them. More than that, you’ll get a new mindset that will help you save time, money and avoid crippling failures. You’ll also have access to the testing library to set up your own risk-reducing experiments.
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Course reviews
Over 3,000 people have already taken the course and are getting results. Here’s what a few of them had to say…

As a visual learner, the course made the concepts in the book so much clearer, and the additional content made it even more valuable.
Jothi Negungadi
CEO and Information Solutions Consultant
Appleton, Wisconsin
The course is a fun, visual, and fast way to build knowledge of the Business Model Canvas.
Eirik Johnsen
Oslo, Norway
There is more material than I was expecting in the course. The videos are extremely helpful and the mix of presenters and ideas is outstanding.
Zbig Skiba
Chicago, Illinois
I had already read Business Model Generation and wanted to go deeper into the materials. The course was great – I recommend it to anyone who’s read the book and wants more.
Sue Waddell
Kitchener
Ontario, Canada
I loved the course. The best course I’ve taken on business models.
Glauco Madeira
Rio, Brazil
The course has been a key building block in shaping my own modeling business – thanks to Alex and the team for a great mix of video, exercises and downloads. This was active online learning at its best.
Neville Chamberlain
Founder and Chief Modeler, Britewrx Inc.
Calgary, Canada
The combination of audio, video, worksheets, case studies, text and animated visuals was ideal. Thank you!
Ellen O’Hara
Ontario, Canada
I purchased both the app and used it to create and improve my business model while taking the course and thought it was well worth the money spent.
Shelly Smith
Canada
This training course was nicely assembled and of very high quality. I was a bit concerned that it would not be worth the price but I entirely got my money’s worth.
Thomas Mele
United States
Fantastic method and very clear lessons to learn it.
Monica Mazzucco
Italy
Thank you for the first online course I have attended that is worth more than the cost. My brain is literally engorged from the new and practical knowledge I have received from the course content.
Vivian Eze
Nigeria
Great and inspiring online education.
Brian Han
Sweden
A great course that brings together a lot of theory into a simple practical tool.
James Peckham
UK
The formula of the course is excellent, the three-to-four minute videos are perfect. I’m really impressed. Well done!
Sebastien Forcier
Canada
Great course. Easy to follow, precise and very useful.
Ben Wilkinson
Zimbabwe
Excellent course. I can’t travel to your live workshops. With this course online, step by step, I really feel comfortable applying these learnings to my job and also to new creations of my own.
Diego Castillo
Mexico
One of the best online courses I’ve taken.
Daniel Buetler
Switzerland
Very impressive and useful. Best management course I’ve taken and it’s just the beginning!
Axel Fournier
France
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Companies use our methodologies in diverse ways with applications spanning from strategic reorientation to on-boarding new employees and fostering innovative thinking across all levels.

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Create new business models and value propositions to build new growth engines.
Product Managers
Utilize a clear, customer-oriented approach to designing new value propositions and bringing them to the market, or improving existing products.
Sales Teams
Better understand the business model and how to sell their value propositions to various customer segments.
HR Divisions
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Only with this course can you learn the authentic methods first shared in Business Model Generation and Value Proposition Design, straight from the source.

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Dr. Alex Osterwalder
Entrepreneur, speaker and business theorist
Alexander Osterwalder is an entrepreneur, speaker and business model innovator. In 2015 Alex won the strategy award by Thinkers50 Strategy Award, called the “Oscars of Management Thinking” by the FT, and ranks #15 among the leading business thinkers of the world. In 2013 he won the inaugural Innovation Luminary Award by the European Union.

Alex invented the Business Model Canvas, a strategic management tool to visualize, challenge and (re-) invent business models. Leading organizations and start-ups around the world use it. He is a frequent keynote speaker at Fortune 500 companies and has held guest lectures in top universities around the world, including Wharton, Stanford, Berkeley, IESE, MIT, KAUST and IMD.

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Dr. Yves Pigneur
Professor at the University of Lausanne
Dr. Yves Pigneur has served as Professor of Information Systems at the University of Lausanne since 1984, and as a visiting professor at Georgia State University, University of British Columbia, and the National University of Singapore.

He earned his doctoral degree at the University of Namur, Belgium. He is editor-in-chief of the academic journal Systèmes d’Information et Management (SIM). Together with Alex Osterwalder, he authored the internationall best-sellers Business Model Generation and Value Proposition Design.

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Getting Started with the Business Model Canvas
3 LESSONS | 21 STEPS
Introduction to the Business Model Canvas
The 9 Building Blocks of the Business Model Canvas
Getting started with your own canvas
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The Business Model in Context
2 LESSONS | 10 STEPS
Business Model and Value Proposition Canvas Fit
Business Model Environment
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Competition
2 LESSONS | 11 STEPS
Blue Ocean Strategies and Doing More with Less
Differentiation and Competition
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Business Model Mechanics
3 LESSONS | 12 STEPS
7 Questions to Assess Your Business Model Design
Playing with Numbers
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Designing Business Models
2 LESSONS | 13 STEPS
The Business Model Design and Innovation Process
Prototyping Business Models
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Validating Business Models
2 LESSONS | 11 STEPS
Why Business Models Fail and How to Avoid It
Putting it All Together
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Business Model Canvas
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For learners expressly interested in the Business Model Canvas

13 lessons on 6 key topics
Over 70 bite-sized “steps”
Over 50 high-quality videos
8 hours of content
Lifetime access, no limits
Learn at your own pace
iPad/iPhone/Android friendly
60 Day Money-Back Guarantee
Masters Bundle
Mastering Business Models and Mastering Value Propositions Courses

Mastering Business Models and Mastering Value Propositions Courses
USD $799.99
(plus VAT for EU residents)

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Usually a $999.98 value

BEST DEAL
Best deal for learners interested in both methodologies

Mastering Business Models
Mastering Value Propositions
26 lessons on 11 topics
150 bite-sized “steps”
Over 94 high-quality videos
15.5 hours of content
Lifetime access, no limits
Learn at your own pace
iPad/iPhone/Android friendly
60 Day Money-Back Guarantee
Enterprise
Cloud Academy training

Value Proposition Canvas

For company-wide training or project specific help

Dedicated learning coach
Dedicated account rep
Priority support
Customized content
Blended learning approach
Practical in-person exercises
iPad/iPhone/Android friendly
Additional courses + content
Contact Sales if you are interested in purchasing 10 or more licenses for our Masters Courses

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Yes, we offer a collection of video previews of the course. This will give you a clear idea of the content covered in the course.

How long do I have access to the course?

You have lifetime access, no limits!

Do I receive a certificate or accreditation after completing the course?

Yes, you’ll get a verifiable Strategyzer certificate of completion when you finish the course.

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What’s the difference between the course and the book?

The course has more examples, downloadable tools, hands-on exercises, and deeper explanations to many of the concepts introduced in the books. The course is also sequenced with exercises to help you actually apply the concepts right away, not just learn and reference like the books.

 

教程目录:

Mastering Business Models
└─Mastering Business Models
├─1-Getting-Started
├─1.1-Why-we-need-a-shared-language-for-business-models
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├─1.2-Introduction-to-the-Business-Model-Canvas
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├─1.3 A First Illustration How Nespresso Changed the Business Model for Coffee
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├─1.4-Nespresso-Today
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├─1.5 Learn from Great Business Models and from Great Innovation Processes
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├─2.1-Business-Model-Canvas-Ground-Rules
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├─2.2-Sketch-out-Google’s-Business-Model
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├─2.3-Google’s-Business-Model-Sketched-Out
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├─2.4 Homework Sketch Out Intriguing Business Models in the News
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├─2.5-The-Business-Model-Canvas-as-a-Theater
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├─3.1 Introduction to the Details of the Business Model Canvas Building Blocks
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├─3.10-Cost-Structure
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├─3.2-Customer-Segments
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├─3.3-Value-Propositions
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├─3.4-Channels
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├─3.5-Customer-Relationships
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├─3.6-Revenue-Streams
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├─3.7-Key-Resources
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├─3.8-Key-Activities
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├─3.9-Key-Partnerships
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├─4.1
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├─4.2
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├─4.3
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├─5.2
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├─5.3
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└─5.4-Great-Business-Models-vs.-Great-Implementation
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├─2-Applying-the-Business-Model-Canvas
├─1.1 Who Uses the Business Model Canvas and Why Do They Use It
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├─1.2 15 Ways to Use the Business Model Canvas
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├─1.3-How-Mastercard-Uses-the-Canvas
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├─1.4-How-SAP-Uses-the-Canvas
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├─1.5 How Toyota Financial Services Uses the Canvas
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├─2.1 Introduction to Designing Business Models
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├─2.2-From-Idea-to-Implementation
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├─2.3 Why Improving and Inventing Business Models aren’t the same thing
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└─2.4 An Example of a 3-Day Workshop Structure
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├─3-Business-Model-Mechanics
├─1.1 Technology and Product Innovation Matters But it’s Not Enough Anymore
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├─1.2-Nespresso’s-Business-Model-Play-by-Play
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├─1.3 The Four Levels of Competing on Business Models
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├─1.4-Exercise
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├─1.5-Exercise-Debrief
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├─2.1-The-Business-Model-Design-Check-up
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├─2.2 Does Your Business Model Have Switching Costs
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├─2.3-Do-You-Have-Recurring-Revenues
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├─2.4-Do-You-Earn-Before-You-Spend
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├─2.5 Is Your Cost Structure Conventional or Disruptive
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├─2.6-Do-You-Get-Others-to-Work-for-You-for-Free
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├─2.7-How-Scalable-is-Your-Business-Model
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├─2.8 Does Your Business Model Protect You from Competition
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├─3.1 Combining the Blue Ocean Strategy Tools with the Business Model Canvas
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├─3.2 Let’s Disrupt Sony’s Business Model for Playstation 2
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├─3.3-Discover-the-Four-Actions-Framework
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├─3.4 Apply the Four Actions Framework to the Nintendo Wii
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├─3.5 How the Nintendo Wii Disrupted the Game Console Industry
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├─3.6 How CitizenM Created a Superior Hotel Experience with Less Resources
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└─3.7-Introduction-to-Design-&-Prototyping
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├─4-Designing-Business-Models
├─1.1-Introduction-to-Design-&-Prototyping
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├─1.2-Learn-from-the-Marshmallow-Challenge
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├─1.3 What Business Can Learn from Architects Like Frank Gehry
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├─1.4 Prototype Three Business Models in Six Minutes
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├─1.5 Learn from Great Business Models and from Great Innovation Processes
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├─2.1 Introduction to business model innovation techniques
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├─2.2 Use Trigger Questions to Generate Ideas for Alternative Business Models
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├─2.3 Quickly Make Ideas Tangible with Napkin Sketches
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│ ns That Sell .avi
│ Resources.url
├─2.4 Use Prototyping Constraints to Explore New Business Models
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│ bm_constraint_card_3.pdf
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│ bm_constraint_card_5.pdf
│ ns That Sell .avi
│ Resources.url
├─2.5 Applying Constrained Prototyping to a Social Entrepreneurship Case
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│ bm_constraint_card_2_2.pdf
│ bm_constraint_card_3_2.pdf
│ bm_constraint_card_4_2.pdf
│ bm_constraint_card_5_2.pdf
│ epoo .avi
│ Resources.url
├─3.1-Introduction-to-Playing-with-the-Numbers
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│ Resources.url
├─3.2 How to Prototype Business Models with Numbers
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│ hat Sell .avi
│ Resources.url
└─3.3 How Nike Substantially Improved the Numbers of their Running Shoe Business
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│ Resources.url
│ Sell .avi
├─5-Getting-Focused-On-the-Customer
├─1.1 Introduction to the Value Proposition Canvas
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│ Resources.url
├─1.2-The-Value-Proposition-Canvas
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│ ition-canvas.pdf
│ Resources.url
│ s That Sell .avi
├─1.3 The 10 Characteristics of Great Value Propositions
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│ Resources.url
│ sition_checklist.pdf
├─2.1 Watch Clayton Christensen Explain the
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│ Resources.url
│ That Sell .avi
├─2.2-Customer-Profiles-Jobs
│ 2.2.txt
│ Resources.url
├─2.3-Customer-Profiles-Pains
│ 2.3.txt
│ Resources.url
├─2.4-Customer-Profiles-Gains
│ 2.4.txt
│ Resources.url
├─2.5 Illustration The Customer Profile of a Spotify User
│ 2.5.txt
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│ customer-profile-pains-spotify.png
│ Resources.url
├─2.6 Sketch Out the Profile of One of Your Customers
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│ Resources.url
│ ustomer_profile.pdf
├─3.1 Value (Proposition) Map Products & Services
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│ Resources.url
├─3.2-Value-(Proposition)-Map-Pain-Relievers
│ 3.2.txt
│ Resources.url
├─3.3-Value-(Proposition)-Map-Gain-Creators
│ 3.3.txt
│ Resources.url
├─3.4 Illustration The Value (Proposition) Maps for a Spotify User
│ 3.4.txt
│ Resources.url
│ value-map-spotify-free.png
├─3.5-Title-Sketch-Out-the-Map-of-How-You
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│ Resources.url
│ ue_map.pdf
├─4.1-Do-You-Have-Fit-Between-Your-Value
│ 3.6.txt
│ Resources.url
├─4.2 The Fit Between the Value Proposition
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│ Propositi .avi
│ Resources.url
├─4.3 Put Yourself Into the Shoes of Jigar Shah, the
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│ Resources.url
├─4.4 How Jigar Shah Changed the Solar Energy Industry with a Great Value Proposition
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│ at Sell .avi
│ Resources.url
├─4.5 In B2B You Should Distinguish Between Different Customer Types
│ 4.5.txt
│ Resources.url
├─4.6-Selling-Through-Intermediaries
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│ 2 at Sell .avi
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│ Resources.url
├─5.1 How the Strategy Canvas Allows You to Map & Compare Value Propositions
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│ ions That Sell .avi
│ Resources.url
├─5.2-Step-1-Map-your-Customer-Profile
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│ Resources.url
├─5.3-Step-2-Prioritize-Jobs
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│ Resources.url
├─5.4 Step 3 Transfer Jobs to Competitive Factors on X-Axis
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│ Resources.url
├─5.5 Step 4 Map Your Value Proposition’s Performance
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│ Resources.url
└─5.6 Step 5 Map Your Competitors’ Value Propositions
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│ Resources.url
└─6-Validation
├─1.1-Why-Business-Models-Fail
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│ Resources.url
│ s That Sell .avi
├─1.2-Have-You-ever-Observed-Business-Model-Failure
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│ Resources.url
├─1.3 How Testing Your Business Models and Value Propositions Can Help You Avoid Failure
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│ otheses .avi
│ Resources.url
├─1.4-Introduction-to-Customer-Development
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│ Resources.url
│ s That Sell .avi
├─2.1 How Could You Test Customer Interest If You Were to Build an iPad App
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│ Resources.url
├─2.2 How We Tested the Interest in Our iPad App Before Spending Money
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│ ons That Sell .avi
│ Resources.url
├─2.3-The-Difference-Between-Interviews,-Observations,-and-Real-Tests
│ 2.3.txt
│ Resources.url
├─2.4-Three-Category-of-Tests
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│ Resources.url
│ testing_your_bm.pdf
├─3.1-Increase-Validation-Spending-with-Confidence-&-Certainty
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│ Resources.url
│ s That Sell .avi
├─3.2-Why-Cycle-Times-Matter
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│ hat Sell .avi
│ Resources.url
└─3.3 Bringing It All Together At the Business Model Competition
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