Tag Archives: Design Tool
The Smart Business Modeler is a new tool for online business modelling that provides continuous guidance based on intelligence augmentation and combines the latest technologies with state-of-the-art research on business model patterns.
4th Hamburg Workshop on Sustainability-Oriented Business Models: “Lean for Flourishing Startups – Business Modelling and Testing Lab” (June 9, 2017)
Antony Upward and Ondine Hogeboom offer a full-day workshop on flourishing business model design at the University of Hamburg, Germany.
Three upcoming events at the University of Hamburg: one guest lecture and two Hamburg Workshops on BMfS.
The 2nd PLATE conference will be hosted from 8-10th November 2017 at the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering of the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands.
On May 19th, 2015, the University of Hamburg and its Faculty of Business, Economics & Social Sciences hosted a workshop on “Design of More Sustainable Business Models”, held by Alexandre Joyce. The 90-minute video recording of Alexandre’s introduction to sustainable business model design and his “Triple-Layered Business Model Canvas” is now available online – see […]
“Sustainability Innovation Pack” (Beta) – Facilitation Tool for Sustainable Business Model Innovation
How to create new, sustainability-oriented business models? How to improve the sustainability performance of the business you are already in? The Business Innovation Kit (BIK) by UXBerlin enables entrepreneurial teams to explore, dispute about, and co-define business ideas and models for new or existing organisations. A structured and focused process guides teams through different exercises, […]
What is a Flourishing (aka strongly sustainable) Business? Why do we need it? Why is it good for business (and everyone else) and how do we make it happen? In a continued Flourishing Business event series you’ll explore how businesses can sustain the possibility for human and other life to flourish on this planet forever. […]
Strongly Sustainable Business Models: A Personal Perspective on a New Field of Practice and Research
Welcome This is [a repost of] my first post in the blog for the Strongly Sustainable Business Model Group (SSBMG), an applied research group within OCAD U’s Strategic Innovation Lab in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. [ The original post (made July 26, 2012) can be seen here and subsequent posts here]. The SSBMG group’s convener, Dr. Nabil Harfoush, has asked me, as a cofounder […]