Something that needs to be true for your idea to work partially or fully but that hasn't been validated yet.
Rationale of how an organization creates, delivers, and captures value.
Business Model Canvas
Strategic management tool to design, test, build, and manage (profitable and scalable) business models.
Call to Action (CTA)
Prompts a subject to perform an action; used in an experiment in order to test one or more hypotheses.
Four-step process invented by Steve Blank to reduce the risk and uncertainty in entrepreneurship by continuously testing the hypotheses underlying a business model with customers and stakeholders.
Outcomes and benefits customers must have, expect, desire, or dream to achieve.
Minor or major breakthrough in your customer understanding helping you design better value propositions and business models.
Bad outcomes, risks, and obstacles that customers want to avoid, notably because they prevent them from getting a job done (well).
Business tool that constitutes the right-hand side of the Value Proposition Canvas. Visualizes the jobs, pains, and gains of a customer segment (or stakeholder) you intend to create value for.
Strategic foresight tool to map the context in which you design and manage value propositions and business models.
Proves or disproves a (business) hypothesis, customer insight, ...