BUSINESS MODEL CANVAS BLUEPRINT​

Download the Business Model Canvas (BMC) Blueprint designed by Osterwalder, A & Pigneur, Y (2010) provides a ‘business model’ on a page, identifying the nine (9) elements of an Organisation’s business model, describing the firm’s value proposition, infrastructure, customer and finances. 

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Business Model Canvas Blueprint

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The Business Model Canvas (BMC) was developed by Professor Yves Pigneur and Dr Alexander Osterwalder, which was based on Osterwalder’ PhD thesis (1) is a template used to identify the key components of an Organisation’s business model.

The BCM is touted as a ‘business on a page’, as it provides on a single page, a conceptual view of the business model components. 

The BCM is best suited for startups or new businesses, or where the Organisation is undecided about its business strategy, and wants to develop one.
The BCM provides two dimensions, or ‘levels’ when developing the business model – a conceptual level, and a logical level:

TWO DIMENSIONS WHEN DEVELOPING THE BUSINESS MODEL

HOBA Business Canvas Model Conceptual Model

At A Conceptual Level

The BCM maps the nine (9) components that the authors consider conceptually necessary a business should consider in its mission to create value (i.e. create and sell its products and services that customers want or need at a profit – the margin between the revenue received less the cost of goods sold, and the cost to maintain the business, shown across the bottom of the canvas).

HOBA Business Canvas Model Logical Model

At A Logical Level

Now you have identified conceptually the BCM elements (‘business model’), the next question is ‘how do they ‘logically’ fit together in practice? You then need to test this  ‘hypothesis’ that they logically fit and work together to form a viable business model (i.e. can you generate the revenue from the product and services you sell, with the key relationships in place, to your target market using your key activities, to sell it at a profit)?

HOW TO USE THIS BLUEPRINT

The BMC  provides the ability to visualise the key components, that according to the authors should exist. Those key components are as follows:

Value Propositions

What are you producing (product or service) to meet a demand or need the that market is willing and able to pay?

Customer Segments

What market or (customer) segments are you targeting?

Channels

How are you delivering your product or service to your customers?

Customer Relationships

How are you going to attract and keep your customers?

Revenue Streams

What methods are you going to use to sell your products and services (e.g. direct sales, freemium, licensing etc. )?

Resources

What resources do you need to produce and market your products and services?

Key Partners

What partnerships (ie buyers, suppliers etc.) do you need to deliver your products and services?

Key Activities

What key activities do you need to do (important activities you need to do to ensure your business runs efficiency)?

Cost Structure

What are the cost of the different elements you pay for to run your business (i.e. materials, rent, payroll etc.)?

Did you know Business Canvas Model (BCM) role into the overall Business Transformation?

The BCM has its place, but mainly for startups or new businesses that needs to develop its business model. It isn’t as useful in an existing business, however it is one of the building blocks and a blueprint in HOBA® when the Organisation is changing its business model and is covered in our training along with all the other fully-editable templates plus more.

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