Business Model Generation: A Handbook For Visionaries, Game Changers, And Challengers
- John Wiley and Sons Ltd
- Publication Date:
- 20 August 2010
- Business and Management
Showing 1-4 out of 4 reviews.
I have found that this title covers almost all the little things that I have been incorporating into my own models over the past 10 years - and in a diagram that is so well thought out that it incorporates most of the analysis in one way or another - this is a keeper and I keep referring to it to gain more insight.
What a marvellous book talking easily over financial and technical subjects - I would say the Corporates cornerstone ! Reading was like hiding the full complexity and then follows cooking book to get rid of complex recipes dinners !Pragmatic visual presentation helps to surround the End-2-End Business Models paths ... Definitively a must read book :-) January, 1st - 2013
This book is full of interesting ideas, mostly coming from creative design, on how to work on a business model, or revise it. Its greatest call to fame: it doesn't look like a business book at all, full of doodles, charts, exercices, concise real-life examples.It only gets 3 stars from me, though, because I really didn't like the badly lit, blurry, camera-phone-like photographs shown in this book. Maybe it's done on purpose to convey "spontaneity", but it contrasts very badly with the otherwise rather aesthetic contents. And, well, despite looking less boring than conventional business books, it is still a book on business models, and business models is still a subject I personally find rather boring...
An excellent visual tool for the explanation/development/understanding of business models.
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