Startups

A Systematization of Methodologies in Startup Thinking

While coaching or advising companies creating products and services or facing innovation challenges, I’ve been dealing with several methodologies, which have shown useful or even crucial at different stages and for different purposes.

Dozens of approaches, disciplines and methodologies exist and, while is not the objective of the post to push for one or another, here you will find a recap of several of them in a systematization in a credible body of knowledge.

Startups

A Systematization of Methodologies in Startup Thinking

While coaching or advising companies creating products and services or facing innovation challenges, I’ve been dealing with several methodologies, which have shown useful or even crucial at different stages and for different purposes.

Dozens of approaches, disciplines and methodologies exist and, while is not the objective of the post to push for one or another, here you will find a recap of several of them in a systematization in a credible body of knowledge.

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Why Open Governance and Scalable Leadership matter

What happens when the productive infrastructure becomes affordable and new cooperative models for capitalization and venture financing emerge? What new perspectives from this convergence?

Illustrazione Open Governance (3)

Why Open Governance and Scalable Leadership matter

What happens when the productive infrastructure becomes affordable and new cooperative models for capitalization and venture financing emerge? What new perspectives from this convergence?

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The Platform Design Canvas: a tool for Business Design

The Platform Design Canvas is a fork of the Business Model Canvas which aims to facilitate the design of business, but also products or organizations, looking at them as platforms for value creation. It’s nothing more (or less) than a tool for platform design.

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The Platform Design Canvas: a tool for Business Design

The Platform Design Canvas is a fork of the Business Model Canvas which aims to facilitate the design of business, but also products or organizations, looking at them as platforms for value creation. It’s nothing more (or less) than a tool for platform design.

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Policies for Shared Innovation and Local Development

For some time now I’ve been making assumptions about what policies and changes the public administration should adopt in order to promote local development and long-term innovation. Despite these reflections are inevitably linked to the Italian scene, I think they might be generally helpful. These practices are also already being tested in some contexts (both nationally and internationally wide) with relevant results.

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Policies for Shared Innovation and Local Development

For some time now I’ve been making assumptions about what policies and changes the public administration should adopt in order to promote local development and long-term innovation. Despite these reflections are inevitably linked to the Italian scene, I think they might be generally helpful. These practices are also already being tested in some contexts (both nationally and internationally wide) with relevant results.

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Back from the Ouishare Fest: why Sharing is about Emancipation

A recap with the reflections generated by the Ouishare Fest, the most rewarding work experience in my life. Not for profit, Horizontal and Purpose Driven.

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Back from the Ouishare Fest: why Sharing is about Emancipation

A recap with the reflections generated by the Ouishare Fest, the most rewarding work experience in my life. Not for profit, Horizontal and Purpose Driven.

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Mastering Collaborative Innovation through Events

Short time, well facilitated, cooperation efforts, often linked to specific live events (during which a community gathers around one ore more challenges, or a topics) can be an extraordinary experience and deliver outstanding results.

The adoption of well-tested methodologies summed up with a natural inclination of people to meet and share plus the huge amount of learning that this kind of events can trigger make so made contexts the ideal tool to generate multiplier effects and produce much more value than the necessary investments would recall.

That’s why in many contexts, ranging from social to corporate innovation, from product design to business modelling short-term cooperative events are gaining an important role.

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Mastering Collaborative Innovation through Events

Short time, well facilitated, cooperation efforts, often linked to specific live events (during which a community gathers around one ore more challenges, or a topics) can be an extraordinary experience and deliver outstanding results.

The adoption of well-tested methodologies summed up with a natural inclination of people to meet and share plus the huge amount of learning that this kind of events can trigger make so made contexts the ideal tool to generate multiplier effects and produce much more value than the necessary investments would recall.

That’s why in many contexts, ranging from social to corporate innovation, from product design to business modelling short-term cooperative events are gaining an important role.

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The Dharma, the Interconnected Mind and the Future of the Enterprise

Corporations can no longer hold back. Can not help but speak the same language of the people, get to the same questions and face the same thorny issue: fix the economy through a new relationship with resources and consumption. The price of not doing so? The forced end of the market and human development as we knew it.

Today I am optimistic in thinking that, in the end, our interconnected mind will pull out the problems we have to solve as a society. We may not to lose the Dharma at the end of the day and understand that giving up the change is, quite simply, a non-option.

Buddha

The Dharma, the Interconnected Mind and the Future of the Enterprise

Corporations can no longer hold back. Can not help but speak the same language of the people, get to the same questions and face the same thorny issue: fix the economy through a new relationship with resources and consumption. The price of not doing so? The forced end of the market and human development as we knew it.

Today I am optimistic in thinking that, in the end, our interconnected mind will pull out the problems we have to solve as a society. We may not to lose the Dharma at the end of the day and understand that giving up the change is, quite simply, a non-option.