Adaptable House

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Workshop: Business Model 21-22.9.2006, Copenhagen

 

Business model workshop

Creating added valuable for customers and producers

Day 1

Process 1
Inspiration from successful alternative business models: Who is driving the new business?
DELL, Southwest Airlines, Sony, Amazon, Skype, GE´, Danish textile industry, Toyota

Process 2
Learning from the virtual world

  • Services
  • Trusting users as co-developers
  • Harnessing collective intelligence
  • Leveraging through customer self-service
  • User interfaces

LUNCH

Process 2:
Exploring the potential of adaptability. From hand made to global consumer goods

Day 2

Process 3:
Exploring business models

Process 4:
Legal issues

LUNCH

Process 5
Estimating cost

Process 6
Evaluation of multiple business models

Steering committee meeting

Facilitator (Jesper Bove-Nielsen)

Deliverables

Business models for buildings adaptable world market consumer goods estimating the consumer cost compared to conventional building and ownership

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