In this session participants will learn the 9 components of a business model, how they form a coherent system of delivering value, and how to make your model visible to your clients, board, and staff. This human-centered manner of business model development will allow participants to confidently lead their organizations by clearly articulating who it is they’re serving and how they uniquely meet those populations’ needs.
- Understand and articulate the 9 necessary elements of a business model.
- Understand the method of business model creation.
About The Presenter
Scott believes systemic equity and community resilience are worth pursuing. He does that work at M.S. Hall + Associates as a partner within the Strategy + Transformation team. Their work stretches across public and social sectors through utilizing design thinking processes to create sustainable strategies, organizational models, and multistakeholder collaboratives attending to complex, intractable problems.
Scott has worked with healthcare providers, philanthropic foundations, educational institutions, nonprofit community-based organizations, and municipalities across New York state and elsewhere. Scott is also a board member of New York State Association for Rural Health and president of the board for Hope for Ariang.
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