Planning and Strategy

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  • Episode 1 – Getting From Business Idea to Business Model

    Learn why great business ideas can only take off within a great business model. Your search for the right business model starts now!

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  • Episode 4 – Navigating Your Environment

    You never create a value proposition or business model in a vacuum. Make strategic decisions based upon your environment’s opportunities and threats.

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  • Episode 5 – Proving It

    The earlier you test, the likelier you are to learn, improve, and get it right without wasting time on ideas that customers don’t care about.

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  • Episode 3 – Prototyping

    Don’t fall in love with your first ideas! Great business models emerge during the prototyping phase. In this video, you’ll learn how to quickly and cheaply design alternatives for your model.

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  • Business Model Canvas

    The video series teaches entrepreneurs how to go from having a business idea to pitching a validated business model and value proposition.

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  • Episode 6 – Telling Your Story

    The ability to clearly communicate your ideas and vision is crucial in a corporate or startup venture. You need a convincing story to get investors excited and turn an idea into reality.

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  • Episode 2 – Visualizing Your Business Model

    Get familiar with the Business Model Canvas, and learn how to visualize any company’s business model on this one-page tool.

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  • Customer Acquisition and Archetypes

    Now the question is, how do you acquire customers? Customer acquisition is the first part of the cycle of selling customers — getting customers. Archetypes can help you figure out where to find them.

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  • Measuring Your Success as a CEO

    It is always a happy day when someone at the company is doing so well that we can give them more responsibility. We try to promote from within as much as we can, but you also have to realize that’s not always possible. You might require a skillset that doesn’t exist in your company currently.

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