In that case ask the different departments to map out their own business models. Take a step back check if every customer segment is linked to a value proposition and a revenue stream.
Make sure everything on the left side of the canvas is needed to support the right side of the canvas.
Existing programmes can develop new initiatives and identify opportunities while becoming more efficient by illustrating potential trade-offs and aligning activities.
New programmes can use it to plan and work out how to make their offering real.
If you use ‘sticky notes’ for this, you can move ideas around as you fill out each building block in the canvas.
You may want to colour-code elements related to a specific client segment.The business model canvas was created by Alexander Osterwalder, of Strategyzer. Choose some competitors and map their business models.Armed with this information you’ll have deep insight into what customers want and what they are willing to pay for.It is adapted from Alex Osterwalder's Business Model Canvas and optimized for Lean Startups.It replaces elaborate business plans with a single page business model.From there you can build on that goal and see how it can be achieved by adding details about the other activities and resources you have.Start from a blank canvas and add notes with keywords to each building block of the canvas.You have 30 seconds to grab the attention of an investor over a metaphorical elevator ride, and 8 seconds to grab the attention of a customer on your landing page.The business model canvas is a great tool to help you understand a business model in a straightforward, structured way.Using this canvas will lead to insights about the customers you serve, what value propositions are offered through what channels, and how your company makes money.You can use the business model canvas to understand your own business model or that of a competitor!