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Strategyzer's Business Model Canvas is a strategic management and entrepreneurial template, that allows to develop new or document existing business models. The template is a visual, one-page chart with elements describing a firm's or product's value proposition, infrastructure, customers, and finances.
You can read How to Create your Business Model with the Strategyzer Canvas in our insights article.
The Value Proposition Canvas by Strategyzer AG (strategyzer.com) is a tool that helps a company capture and clarify its understanding for a specific customer segment (Customer Profile), and how the company creates value for that customer segment (Value Map). Ultimately, a company achieves fit between the two, when one meets the other.
LeanStack's Lean Canvas is a strategic management and Lean Startup template, that is used to describe how a company createds, delivers, captures and defends value. Like the Business Model Canvas, the template is a visual, one-page chart with elements describing a firm's or product's value proposition, infrastructure, customers, and finances.
You can read How to Create your Business Model with the Lean Canvas in our insights article.
The Value Proposition Canvas by Peter J Thomson is an evolution of Strategyzer's original version which draws from behavioural economics and choice psychology to help guide users of the canvas into thinking through the end-customer experience. It puts particular focus in empathy, marketing, branding and persuasion techniques.
The Channel Implementation Canvas by Thomas Papanikolaou is a Neos Chronos template that helps capture the the key activities, key resources, and key partners required for the implementation of the Channels block in the Business Model Canvas and the Lean Canvas.
The Customer Personas Canvas by Thomas Papanikolaou is a Neos Chronos template that helps capture the the demographics and psychographics of a specific customer / user segment as required for the implementation of the Customer Segments block in the Business Model Canvas and the Lean Canvas.