Sustainable Business Model Design
- June 12, 2020, 10:00 am - June 25, 2020, 4:30 pm ( CEST )
- Zoom (online), Zoom (online)
- NO TICKETS AVAILABLE
Sustainable business model design takes a science-based system approach to designing businesses who are fit-for-the-future and generate meaningful and authentic impact in the world. Join us for this ground-breaking innovative experiential course on Sustainable Business Model Design.
If you wish to have the possibility for wide-spread human wellbeing (what we refer to as 'flourishing'), you will need everyone, and especially people leading enterprises, to consciously think beyond short-term futures and self-interests. To enable flourishing, true sustainability, for the whole of society, we need to be way more intentional about how we design our enterprises with this goal in mind. The smart consensus is that it is most effective, fastest and least expensive overall to intentionally design your enterprise by creating a model of it, we call this a 'business model'. It's way faster to create a model than to build the real thing. By creating a model, you are deliberate in the design of that model. In this video, Ondine and Antony share why Sustainable Business Design is important
This course is based on the outcomes of a 5-year action research project conducted with over 800 entrepreneurs across multiple countries which explored the key components and processes needed to develop sustainable business models that meet the Sustainable Development Goals and go beyond. It is the first research of its kind globally.
During this course, we will explore Climate KICS’s newly released e-learning program How to Design a Sustainable Business Model from a trainer, coaches and facilitator perspective. It dives more deeply into the methodology, tools and approaches used within the e-learning course.
This Train-the-Trainer course takes place within the frame of the Climate-KIC Network of Climate Coaches. Interested to learn more about the Network of Coaches? Have a look here.
This course is an applied experiential learning opportunity which requires hands-on practice and action/applied work to be completed between sessions. Participants will ‘learn by doing’ through the application of the content both personally and with businesses they coach. Each participant will be required to find a business team to run a business modelling session during the course (between day 4 and day 5). This approach will enable participants to apply the course content directly into their day to day work while at the same time having the space to reflect with oneself and others, to deepen the learnings.
**In addition to the class times, you are required to do an additional 2-3 hours of action/ applied work between sessions.
Specific topics covered in this course include:
- The Flourishing startup method, the journey of sustainable business model design
- Fit for purpose business modelling and support tools and methods (including the Flourishing Business Canvas, the Golden Circle, Lean Start-Up)
- e Systemic business model design which includes the social, environmental and financial contexts of a business
- Business model innovation
- The business model design process (how to design a useful model)
- The mindsets required for sustainable business model design
- Science-based design principles that enable
- Meeting the SDG’s through sustainable business model design
You will leave the training with:
- The latest tools, knowledge and best practice to coach and support your clients in building sustainable business models. Watch this video from startup team NuOceans who were taken through the sustainable business model design process to hear the value they gained.
- Practice in coaching a team to design a sustainable business model
- Access and exploration to a full e-learning course on sustainable business model design to support your coaching or consulting practice.
- An understanding of how mindsets and competencies influence and frame a businesses ability to design sustainable business models
- Confidence to start integrating sustainable business model design within your coaching practice.
- Work engagement opportunity to become a coach for Climate-KIC’s sustainable Business Model course and Lean4Flourishing who are looking for coaches to delivering work across the globe.
Day 1 - June 12, 14:30 – 15 CET
- Setting the context for the training
- Clarify expectations
Day 2 - June 15, 14:30 – 16:30 CET
- The sustainable business model journey.
- Mindsets for designing sustainable business models
- Introduction to business modelling tools - the Flourishing Business Canvas.
Day 3 - June 18, 14:30 – 16:30 CET
- The business model design process – the model, is nothing, the modelling is everything.
- How the entrepreneurs' personal journey influences sustainable business model design.
Day 4 - June 22, 14:30 – 16:30 CET
- The foundation of sustainable business models - the enterprise WHY people do not buy what you do; they buy why you do it.
- Backcasting against science-based design principles by creating future business models
- A new approach to stakeholders – a systems perspective
Day 5 - June 25, 14:30 – 16:30 CET
- Business model innovation
- Coaching a team through the business model design process
Day 6 - June 29, 14:30 – 16:30 CET
- Business model validation – a flourishing lean approach
Day 7 - July 2, 14:30 – 16:30 CET
- Reflect on the application of the learnings coaches share feedback and way forward.
Ondine is a highly creative and innovative business developer and strategist, having started seven successful social enterprises over two decades in three countries. Ondine is the co-founder of Lean4Flourishing, a social enterprise focused on designing Flourishing startup incubators, accelerators and has worked in 8 countries designing and delivering startup programs. She is a lead expert on Sustainable Business Modelling for Climate KIC and has worked with over 500 of entrepreneurs facilitating programs, coaching and providing expert support in sustainable business model design. Ondine has researched the Lean Startup methodology and its application in impact-driven enterprises and headed a 5-year action research project on the design of sustainable business models for early-stage enterprises.
Antony is a Certified Management Consultant with 30 years of experience as a Sustainability Business Architect and Flourishing Enterprise Designer. Antony is also an Adjunct Professor at the Ontario College of Art and Design University’s Faculty of Design, and in the Business Model Innovation group in the Centre for Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Learning, Halmstad University, Sweden. He is a co-founder of the Strongly Sustainable Business Model Group, a global community of practice and knowledge mobilization initiative hosted by the OCAD University Strategic Innovation Lab. Antony has a Masters of Environmental Studies in Business Model Design and Sustainability and Graduate Diploma in Business and the Environment.
Ellen is a social entrepreneur and coach who has a strong desire to find new ways to support organizations in achieving more significant impact. Ellen designs online and offline learning experiences and has designed and delivered programming with partners in 7 countries to train the next generation of impact-driven entrepreneurs. She is co-author of the Scaling Pathways series and Smart Impact Capital, both projects of Duke University's Centre for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE). Ellen serves on the board of the Global Social Entrepreneurship Network.
EIT Climate-KIC is Europe's largest public-private innovation partnership, working together to address the challenge of climate change. It drives innovation in climate change through creative partnerships large and small, local and global, between the private, public and academic sectors. All Climate-KIC partners bring their industry experience to the community and are connected through the centers across Europe.
At Lean4Flourishing we understand that in our ever more complex, fast-paced and changing world, enterprises that strive to “do good” to “do well” will out-perform those that don’t – in all dimensions of performance and value creation. By aiming to co-create a range of benefit streams for multiple stakeholders, they will be more innovative, materially less risky and more resilient – creating more tri-profit: social, environmental and financial. Flourishing enterprises are simply better: fitter for the increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous future and able to increase the generation of social innovation.
200 Eur for Climate-KIC Network of Coaches Members
400 Eur for non-members
Participation can be cancelled free of charge until four weeks before the course. Fees already paid will be reimbursed. 50 % of course fees are payable in case of cancellation between four and one week before the course. Already paid fees will be reimbursed accordingly. Full fees apply after cancellation less than one week before the course.
Please note that spots are limited and seats will be reserved on a first come first serve basis.
Deadline is June 1, 2020 at 12 noon CET.
- Information Webinar,
Join our Info-webinar on May 26 at 4 p.m. CET to find out more information on this course. During the information webinar, we will be able to answer any of your questions around the training and our coaches will give you a first sneak peek and share some insights. You can register for the webinar here: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUqdOiqrDMsHdyB0KteLed1VvIMdTGU3CRV