The Power of “What If” Questions
Content from authors Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur
... this handbook is likely to prove an excellent help for evaluating business models . (Anatello.com, July 2011).
Great work modeling the whole business models picture. It's a nice starting point, yet there is a clear bias towards promoting PostIt notes, which I found rather annoying since I... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Andres Garderes
A really great book, I recommend buying the actual book rather than the kindle version.Published 7 days ago by Flo
This book should be required reading for new entrepreneurs. It's quickly recommended by our state's (Iowa) excellent Small Business Development Centers... Read morePublished 10 days ago by mike
This is a sensational book for all those interested in leading a business.Published 11 days ago by kent bruggeman
Always good, simple, sensible and yet sufficently in depth to have real value.Published 12 days ago by L. P. C. Steinert
I can't stop reading this book. The concepts are presented well, the text is full of eye candy, and the practical applicaiton of this material is endless. Read morePublished 17 days ago by John Gregoire
The book is 7" x 9 ½" The first rule of any design, invention, plan, etc. is FUNCTION
This book is written in 6 pt (12pt 6pt that's 6 pt next to 12 pt). Read more
Who knew that all I needed to do to make the next Skype was write down 'make phone calls on computer' in some squares on a large sheet of paper?