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The Business Model Canvas is a flexible, creative template for developing new or existing business models. It is a visual chart with elements describing a product’s or service’s value proposition, customers, and finances. Business Model Canvas DANCE is a variation that combines the traditional Canvas with constellation work, making it more lively and active.
This method is about opening up and daring to ask any kind of questions concerning your project/enterprise. You present your “problem” and your audience will bombard you with solutions on post-its. You will find a step-by-step guide and hints on how and when this method is useful, and what is required. But this one is simple! Just start and use the collective wisdom of your group! Enjoy!
Directions Practice is a contemplative movement exercise created by the Art Monastery, inspired by the Cherokee prayer dance called the Dance of the Directions and by certain Tai Chi forms, this non-strenuous activity is balancing and connecting.
Tinspirations are little tins or boxes that stimulate your creativity in a problemsolving or ideation process. Tinspirations are based on human curiosity and bring a touch of playfulness into your office, to your desk, or your seminar room.
The Perspective Carousel is a holistic ideation approach that uses the power of constellation work, role play, and intuition to generate ideas from very different points of view.