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If you want to build a business model with the Business Model Architect tools, you simply need the ELEMENTS and the BUILDING SITE. Spread them out on a table and start brainstorming out of the box.Continue Reading


A business model is simply the answer to four general questions about your business project: In other words it is about Elements of a business model Of course it is a bit more complicated than that, and each of the four main questions has a number of subquestions: Product – What do we sell? Sales […]Continue Reading


My Business Model is an online tool for brainstorming on business models. Check out the tutorial below, register for free and go to My Busienss Model… If you have built your business model with the physical tools Business Model Architect ELEMENTS and BUILDING SITE you can also use My Business Model to capture and save […]Continue Reading


I acknowledge that I can never compete with all of you – my dear users – in creativity when it comes to business model creation. No matter how many options I come up with in the different categories, you will always be able to come up with more. After requests from users I have therefore […]Continue Reading


When developing business models, it is a good habit to always define three alternative business models – or even more. We often have a reasonable desire to make the businessmodel right the first time, so we can move ahead with the business, but thus we never discover alternative models that are not obvious. Designing at […]Continue Reading


Inventing a new solution is not always the best or easiest way to make a revolution in an established industy. Often a new business model will be a much easier and more efficient way to change the game. The exercise described below is a way to Get your Business Model Architect ELEMENTS and BUILDING SITE […]Continue Reading


The minds of entrepreneurs and innovative business developers are often chaotic and full of ideas and potential directions their business could take. Especially in the pre-startup phase of course, where the current moment and the near and far future seem to flow together in a big bowl of soup. But as a coach for entrepreneurs […]Continue Reading


If you have a class of students in courses like Entrepreneurship, Innovation or Business Development etc. where students are supposed to develop new ventures or business projects in groups, the Business Model Architect tools are well suited to help the students in the process of building a business around a specific product or service concept. […]Continue Reading


One of the reasons why the concept of business models have become increasingly popular – and with Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur’s Business Model Generation even fashionable – is probably because new industries create a lot of new and creative business models. The whole web industry, the booming app industry and the gaming industry are diverse […]Continue Reading


Pablo Picasso didn’t understand why modern art was becoming a science in his time. Art is not something you deliberately make with a specific aim in mind. “I do not seek, I find” he said. Just like sculpturers talk about finding the sculpture in the stone. When we outline our business models we often tend […]Continue Reading