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We’ll examine the most common business design methodologies and examine how each one of them can relate enterprise architecture, including balanced scorecards, value chain, Hoshin Kanri, business model canvas, design thinking, business motivation, customer journey map and SWOT analysis.

Business model canvas

Out of all business design frameworks available, this approach is the only one that clearly describes the business of an organization on one page. Everyone within an organization should have access to the organization’s current business model canvas to have an overview of what’s going on.

The business model canvas is commonly used as a business model to guide speed and agility in project delivery, as it is centered toward the offering of customer-driven value propositions composed of specific products and services.

Lambert, D. (2019, December 17). 8 common business design and architecture models. CIO.
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Santa’s business model canvas in Spanish

Each element of the Key Activities building block can be related to capabilities, value streams and initiatives. The Key Resources/Assets building block can be crossed mapped to elements of the organization, capabilities, information/data and initiatives. The Value Propositions building block can be linked to value streams, products/services and journey maps. As for the other six building blocks of the Business Model Canvas, they will usually be linked to specific elements within the organization, capabilities, initiatives, value streams and stakeholders among others.

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