I've come across some not so modern tools like canvanizer (imho), but found nothing really modern. Closest thing which didn't turn out so convenient was google draw templates. Any advice? Best thing right now would be pen and paper :S
- Similar conceptually and relatively affordable.Yep big fan of lean stack, a variation on the business model canvas that has slightly more of a customer focus. Number of other valuable tools on leanstack, including traction roadmap to figure out what problem/solution fit, product/market fit and scale look like and a handy sprint board. Having said all that I usually start with a bunch of post-its and a chalk board, then transfer :)
- Strategyser is the best way to work on BMC as a team or individual. Pros: - Lets you Attach Value Proposition Canvas to each customer segment. - You can also create tests and validate your assumptions with this tool. - Has simple Market / Revenue projections. - this is the "Official" App from Alex Osterwalder - Single fee per team lets you iterate quickly. - Has a lot of supporting documents and videos on the methodology and tools.
- Jon Falker made this productI'm biased, but the way GLIDR connects your canvas to your assumptions and allows you to then prioritize which experiments to run is pretty robust and dynamic. It also saves each week's canvas, so you can track how it has evolved over time. Check out this help article for more info: https://help.glidr.io/assumption...
- vinay kevadiya made this productTry this!, its very collaborative as everything in realtime, Quick guidelines about how and what needs to write on canvases. It has a set of various different canvas templates, Pick the right fit among them and enjoy your business modeling journey.