Learn how to use one of the world’s best tools for designing strategies in startups and early stage companies. Ashe Maurya’s Lean Canvas is an adaptation of Strategyzer’s industry-leading Business Model Canvas tool and covers more unknowns typical in the dynamic startup environment. Any business owner or director who wants to innovate and improve the competitiveness of their startup will get a very powerful yet relatively simple tool that they can put into practice the very next day.
Key benefits of the seminar
- You will learn about one of the best tools in the world for defining business models and strategies for startups and early stage companies.
- You will learn to use this tool in your own practice, learn the appropriate practices and processes so that you can get the best out of it and start using these practices successfully the very next day.
- With Lean Canvas, you will learn to design and change your own company’s business models so that you gain new competitive advantages and have a chance to bring the desired (beneficial to you) changes to the market as a whole.
Who can benefit from it
Anyone who owns and (or) runs start-ups, or frequently founds new companies and start-ups, and wants to best strategically set them up for success. Typically, these are “founding fathers” and “founding mothers”.
Typical seminar outcomes
- Theoretical and practical knowledge of the key elements of the Lean Canvas tool.
- A series of materials and exercises that will help you in the following days and weeks as a “methodological guide” for working with Lean Canvas.
- Brainstorming and a series of insights gained through exercises and discussions during the workshop.
- The seminar is a one-day event and runs from 9:00 to 17:00.
- The seminar is conducted in Czech.
- Refreshments and lunch will be provided for participants.
- Parking is available at all locations where we hold the course (parking may be charged).
- Maximum number of participants: 12
3,630 CZK incl. VAT (3,000 CZK excl. VAT)
The seminar is paid in advance on the basis of an advance invoice.