Business Model Generation (2020)

Business Model Generation Alexander Osterwalder Yves Pigneut Business Model Generation Disruptive new business models are emblematic of our generation Yet they remain poorly understood even as the transform competitive landscapes across industries Business Model Generation offers you p
  • Title: Business Model Generation
  • Author: Alexander Osterwalder Yves Pigneut
  • ISBN: 9782839905800
  • Page: 186
  • Format: Hardcover
Business Model Generation Alexander Osterwalder Yves Pigneut Disruptive new business models are emblematic of our generation Yet they remain poorly understood, even as the transform competitive landscapes across industries Business Model Generation offers you powerful, simple, tested tools for understanding, designing, reworking and implementing business models.Business Model Generation is a practical, inspiring handbook for everyDisruptive new business models are emblematic of our generation Yet they remain poorly understood, even as the transform competitive landscapes across industries Business Model Generation offers you powerful, simple, tested tools for understanding, designing, reworking and implementing business models.Business Model Generation is a practical, inspiring handbook for everyone striving to improve a business model or craft a new one.Change the way you think about Business ModelsBusiness Model Generation will teach you powerful and practical innovation techniques used today by leading companies worldwide You will learn how to systematically understand, design, and implement a new business model or analyze and renovate an old one.Co Created by 470 strategy practitionersBusiness Model Generation practices what it preaches Co authored by 470 Business mOdel Canvas practitioners from 45 countries, the book was financed and produced independently of the traditional publishing industry It features a tightly integrated, visual, lie flat design that enables immediate hands on use.Designed for DoersBusiness Model Generation is for those ready to abandon outmoded thinking and embrace new, innovative models of value creation executives, consultants, entrepreneurs and leaders of all organizations Covertext
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  1. Marko Savić

    Why is this book worth reading for 1 Because it has a great design 2 Because it was published as a innovative business model.3 Because it can easily change your life.If you don t believe me, read this review.I wouldn t know exactly if there is a definition in a book, but says business model describes the rationale of how an organization creates, delivers, and captures value economic, social, or other forms of value From the experience in this book I would add that in the first place there is a d [...]

  2. Arjen

    The subtitle of this book says A Handbook for Visionaries, Game Changers, and Challengers I m sorry but I have to completely disagree This is A Handbook by Visionaries, Game Changers, and Challengers and, in my opinion, A Handbook for your boring conservative boss, the neighbourhood bakery selling the same old loafs of bread in the same shop for 30 years, the mayor of your incredibly dull town and for your parents In other words, it makes business models fun, comprehensible and accessible to idi [...]

  3. Sofia

    Posted on my book blog.A book on business model innovation and how important that is for businesses n today s economic and technological climate I was torn between giving this book 3 or 4 stars On one hand, it s a visually beautiful book which introduces some thought provoking and useful tools, like the Business Model Canvas On the other hand, for most subsequent chapters I felt like I was reading the same thing over and over again, with slight changes in the details In the end, it was useful bu [...]

  4. Michael Scott

    Business Model Generation is one of my first readings on economics In my defense, I have prior experience with modeling in general, and some experience with economic models in compi and the market of distributed computing systems This book turned out to be a mixed blessing On the positive side, it s an easy to grasp, well structured, richly illustrated book on the concepts, patterns, and processes that underlie the generation and use of business models I particularly enjoyed reading about the Bu [...]

  5. Kars

    This book sometimes suffers a bit from style over substance Although a nice change from regular business books, the graphic design comes across as too eager to look trendy, and many of the illustrations aren t as illuminating as they first seem Also, the tone of voice occasionally annoyed me with its love for buzzwords Finally, in all honesty, it gets a bit boring and too shallow towards the end However, the book did provide me with a useful framework for thinking about my own business and that [...]

  6. Ben Donahower

    The business model canvass is very popular in startup circles, however, after reading the book, a lot of people are doing it wrong or have admittedly repurposed the canvass to into how they do business.I m sure other ideas surrounding the development of a business model canvass, Ash Maurya has a completely different approach that works with his commitment to rapid MVP development and testing, are useful but they are very different than what s posited in this book I highly recommend reading this [...]

  7. Oleksandr Golovatyi

    The book Business Model Generation can easily be called a bible , a real reference book for innovators and entrepreneurs Author Alexander Osterwalder together with 470 co authors created a masterpiece All information in the book revolves around the business model scheme, which consists of nine structural blocks consumer segments value propositions sales channels relationship with customers revenue streams key resources key activities key partners cost structureThe book describes many examples of [...]

  8. Francesco

    Un ottimo libro con degli ottimi metodi per ideare, sviluppare e testare un modello di business esistente o da creare.Una lettura consigliata a chiunque si occupi di queste cose o anche solo ne venga saltuariamente in contatto

  9. Fab Mackojc

    Books like this help me realize that you can go very deep into business model generation and business strategy This is a great in depth guide to understanding one of the best business model tools out there The Business Model Canvas.It takes common design principles like storytelling and prototyping and brings that to business model generation The book is very nicely designed and also offers a range of helpful tips on business strategy The SWOT analysis section in particular is excellent at helpi [...]

  10. Tammy Whitten

    This book came highly recommended at a business workshop I attended The way I interpreted the title and the recommendation, I anticipated a book full of charts with different business models to skim over and select the one that fit your vision.For instance, if you had this many employees in your vision, or this many products, then these are some models mapped out for you to see how they flowed.That was not what this book was at all While I enjoyed the various charts and the fun style to the layo [...]

  11. Sarah

    Reading In Progress So far a lot of great book design with pages with awful book design Seriously some of us have dyslexia, others might have problem with low contrast Seriously people inaccessible design is BAD design.Finished I wanted to love this book, or at least like it Whoever said that this book has great design is THE liar ableist asshole knows shit about what good design is Sans serif fonts for long texts What the hell Photos with text in it is awful It might be acceptable if the text i [...]

  12. Jonathan Lu

    I ve had this book on my shelf and after mowing it down in 24hrs, have to admit it s one of the better entrepreneurship books I ve read that deserves to be up there with lean startup and blue ocean strategy In hindsight, this would have been useful to read before I started my own business, let alone for completing business model canvasses in the three entrepreneurship classes that I bought it for.Business Model CanvasCS Customer SegmentsMass MarketNiche Market supplier buyer relationships Segmen [...]

  13. John Seno

    Reduces business to four essential components namely offer, infrastructure, financial viability and customer interface These components are spread out on a big picture visual canvas called The business model canvas which enables us to see crucial connections and relationships within the business This book also incorporates classic strategic management tools like PEST analysis and SWOT analysis to further enhance the value of this book This has to be the best business book I have come across yet [...]

  14. Mark M. Whelan

    I recently completed the design thinking course at Stanford and was compelled to read this after seeing the author there It s a summary of the design thinking decision process in relation to all business models An intuitive and inspiring examination which is easily actionable after a single read.The overall approach appears to borrow heavily from IDEO however, doesn t appear to sufficiently credit themrtheless, it s quite simplyant.

  15. Nick

    I absolutely love this elegant workbook both its design and the ideas It takes the nine pieces of a business model customer segments, value propositions, channels, customer relationships, revenue streams, key resources, key activities, key partnerships, and cost structure and gives you ideas, questions, activities and examples to generate ideas in each area Work through this book if you re thinking about starting a business and the result is far likely to be successful.

  16. Andra

    A useful induction into business models, how they re built and the disciplines necessary to be able to create and implement one.

  17. Joey Spinella

    As a product manager, it s helpful to think not just about a differentiated product, but about how you are creating an initiative that enables your business to be successful While most business books only have one good idea, this book has two 1 build a canvas of your business to understand how all the parts fit together customer, sales channel, income, value proposition, key activities, key resources, partners, expenses 2 understand several different template business models with real examples t [...]

  18. JonasHau

    Describes and visualises many concepts and tools that can be deadly important Especially for incumbent firms They need the courage to continually review their business model s and strategy, to widely seek inspiration for new business model and test them through prototyping etc This book can seem very simple, but my impression is that you can read it on different layers of depth depending on your general knowledge of this theoretical space.

  19. Mike Moore

    There s lots of good advice here, though as a product it s over designed in the way some solutions are over engineered This is neither a book nor a slide deck, but something in between It s pretty, sits well on a coffee table, and provides a nice extended illustration for the HBR article Reinventing your Business Model.

  20. Pallav

    Very good book if you want to understand the very basics of a business model Great canvas to implement.

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