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The Business Model Navigator: 55 Models That Will Revolutionise Your Business

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A strong business model is the bedrock to business success. But all too often we fail to adapt, clinging to outdated models that are no longer delivering the results we need.

The brains behind The Business Model Navigator have discovered that just 55 business models are responsible for 90% of the world's most successful businesses. These 55 models from the Add-On model used
Paperback, 400 pages
Published January 9th 2015 by FT Press (first published August 15th 2014)
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Jose Papo
Nov 25, 2014 Jose Papo rated it it was amazing
An excellent reference book containing 55 different business model patterns like Add-on, subscription, razor and blades and many others. The book starts with an explanation of what is a business model and then goes on to give a sample process to develop new ideas for business model creation or change. But the meat of the book and the most useful is really the 55 business model patterns catalogued and described. Highly recommended to have fresh ideas about business model implementation.
Mohamed Diab Embbya
I believe a key feature of this book - and why anyone contemplating starting their own business should consider reading it - is the authors' subscription to the necessity of trial and error when it comes to building a business model.

While business models are broken down differently in this book than the way Osterwalder does in Business Model Generation 'BMG' (I prefer the latter) this book would be a good one to read after finishing BMG.

Thee analysis of some of the business model patterns were q
Mar 26, 2015 Georgi rated it it was amazing
My respect for the authors and the way they squeezed so much content on the small number of pages.
Straight to the point and very "reader-friendly", the presented matters are easy to understand even for people, who don't have too much previous knowledge in the field of business models.
It's a must-read for everyone, who want's to work with business models or create a organisation.
The presented creative way of nurturing innovation by making team brainstormings with the 55 presented models also w
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Generally not bad, but a little bit general and without too much details. Recomended for young entrepreneurs and owners of companies
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