John Mason - Tuesday, September 06, 2016
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When we first opened our doors on 28 February 1992, I felt I was not a business because I had no office. In fact, the entire 'empire' was contained on top of an old dining room table we had in the lounge room. What a slick operation. An Apple with a ram of 64k [you read right], two 5 1/4' floppy disk drives with 700k per disk, a double entry accounts book, a pc laptop, a dot matrix printer, the home phone number, no mobile phone, no stationery and some very dodgy business cards. 

Business Model Generation: Some Critical Questions for Home-Based Businesses

Prof Clive Smallman - Wednesday, February 17, 2016
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Business Model Generation is a best selling book by Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur, published in 2010 by John Wiley. It employs design thinking to help people explore the present state of their business and how they might change it, by better serving their customers. At first glance the book seems most suited to corporates, but the core questions it asks are applicable to small and home-based businesses too. To explore in detail I recommend the book itself and the website that supports it:  


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