Tag Archives: Business Model Generation

modelH update: Costs

modelH is a co-creation forum dedicated to building an open source business model canvas for the US healthcare system. Our recent project sprint on Costs, one of (if not the) most important component of a healthcare business model, led to some key conclusions on how best to consider this component when constructing your business model. This update will bring you up to speed on what the modelH community has been doing for the past week, what topics we are currently working on in the modelH co-creation forum, and how you can get involved.

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modelH Update: Experience

modelH is a co-creation forum dedicated to building an open source business model canvas for the US healthcare system. Our recent project sprint on Experience led to some great takeaways about the importance of customer experience within healthcare business models. This update will bring you up to speed on what the modelH community has been doing for the past few weeks, which projects are now at play, and how you can get involved.

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Take your Business Model to the Next Level

Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur's Business Model Canvas has become the standard tool for describing your organization's business model. They developed the nine building blocks of the canvas in his doctoral research almost 10 years ago, based on what we knew at that time on business models. Yet, our understanding of business models has developed considerably over the last decade.

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Large Organizations and the Business Model Canvas

Recently I was having a ‘conversation’ with Alexander Osterwalder concerning the limited adoption of the Business Model Canvas within large organizations. I was asking him if he agreed and if he had any thoughts on this. Now if you know Alex, he is either jetting off to somewhere in the world to keep spreading his Business Model gospel, or about to get immersed in his next idea associated with it, so these conversations are grabbing him through twitter or short email exchanges.

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