The Business Model Canvas, A Collaborative Method for Building Product Alignment and Uncovering Critical Assumptions
Diverse perspectives lead to better thinking, and this is the case when defining a new product or significantly extending an existing one. The Business Model Canvas is a tool that helps build alignment, uncover lack of alignment, and discover key assumptions or questions for further exploration. Join us to see if this tool may help you.
This presentation will be a few slides supplying background, followed by hands-on work developing a Business Model Canvas in groups using Mural. By the end of the session, you’ll have experienced how a business model canvas can be used as a tool for collaboration when you are defining or extending a product.
Bob was introduced to Agile in 2006 and helped apply it to a five-team product that was struggling with a mountain of waterfall Software Development Life Cycle documents and not much output to show. The teams’ and stakeholders’ experience went from awful to awesome in a couple of months and Bob was hooked. In 2008, Bob had the opportunity to transition to an Agile coach, and has been coaching and training since, currently leading Training and Northeast Delivery for Eliassen group.