A business model describes the way value is created, captured and brought to market. In this assessment, we use the business model canvas by Alexander Osterwalder to evaluate your business model. This canvas consists of 9 buildingblocks that represent the key elements of how you run your business.
If you want to learn more about Osterwalder's Business Model, click here.
The second set of questions is about the key capabilities of your company. Of course, a fit-to serve business model alone will not do the trick. Every entrepreneur needs to have a set of well developed capabilities.
Sensing user needs of whatever segment, industry, SMEs, industry, households and (technological) is about the way you obtain relevant insights on needs and wishes of your –potential- clients.
The co-producing and orchestrating skill is about how all the relevant actors and providers you work with enable a seamless, coherent and smooth end-user experience.
Conceptualizing is about using the relevant insights to identify patterns and opportunities that can be used for continuous innovation.
Scaling and internal stretching capabilities relate to your capabilities to create a smooth and aligned service oriented company structure.
Do you want more information check this study: Dynamic capabilities for service innovation - TU/e
The market of energy efficiency is very much regulated, even political sometimes. In order to reach your goals, you know you have to deal with all relevant stakeholders in the right way. However, how you are dealing with it, might not be the most effective way. The following questions are about the way you’re dealing with this.
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