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Keywords: Diagramming, Business Diagram, Business analysis, Business Model Canvas
The Business Model Canvas is a strategic management template used to portray an existing or new business model, which is how an organisation create, captures, and delivers value within social, economic, and cultural contexts. The process of creating a business model is known as business model innovation, which is a part of a company's business strategy. The Business Model Canvas is a common tool to visualize the business model by breaking it down into nine distinguishable "building blocks", which represent elements describing a company's offerings, infrastructure, customers, and finances. The Business Model Canvas is a fixed template that allows user to simply fill in the 'blocks'
The Business Model Canvas was introduced in 2005 by Alexander Osterwalder in his book: Business Model Ontology, since its inception and usage, several new business canvases for specific niche markets have been developed. The Business Model Canvas has also inspired other frameworks such as the Lean Canvas, Social business Model Canvas, and the Service Business Model Canvas. The Value Proposition Canvas was also created by Osterwalder, which takes a detailed look at the relationship between two parts of the Osterwalder’s broader Business Model Canvas; customer segments and value propositions.
Generic sample of a Business Model Canvas & the nine "building blocks" source: Draw.io for Confluence
How to fill in the Canvas
This page was last edited on 04/14/2021.