Business Model Canvas – Facilitator Cards

I have created a set of facilitator cards to help run Business Model Workshops. Defiantly worth printing a set if your going to run a session. Forgive my crappy handwriting !

Download the entire set in the attached A5 pdf – Business_Model_Canvas_Facilitator_Cards

I need to explicitly state that this is not my method, I am just a big fan of using it. All credit goes to Alex Osterwalder and the gang at http://www.businessmodelgeneration.com

I have previously posted about the process of using the Business Model Canvas – https://jasonfurnell.wordpress.com/2010/10/14/so-whats-the-business-model-the-business-model-canvas/

A preview of the cards are below – the back of each card has notes to help guide the activities.

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About Jason Furnell

design thinker . experience designer . lo-fi sketcher . workshop facilitator . visual thinker . diagrammer . agile believer . multidisciplinary collaborator . build sequencer . incrementing and iterating . architecting information . presenting and pitching . master of design (its a degree, not a self assigned title) . dyslexic . misspell-er of many many many things....
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8 Responses to Business Model Canvas – Facilitator Cards

  1. Well done on these, they look great, the diagrams especially, and your handwriting isn’t bad at all.

  2. auntynic says:

    J – these look great!

  3. Awesome. However, I’d appreciate some correct referencing to the originators at http://www.businessmodelgeneration.com

  4. Dawna says:

    Thanks Jason for sharing these. Your handwriting is cool architectural.

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  7. These are cool little works of art. They’ll spunk up the business plan we’re sketching for Credosity.com – Thanks Jason. Will credit your hand-written awesomeness and the BMC. Love your style, Petrina x

  8. Kate Willson says:

    Nice Work mate,

    Do you have some art wotk that can be used in business mode patterns too. For instance, According to the definitive guide for business plan & patterns https://jahandarpour.com/the-definitive-guide-to-startup-business-plan-patterns/ you need to make sure all building blocks are balanced. How can we make it more visual?

    Tq,
    Kate

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