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11 tools found.


Risk Reward Matrix
± 45 minutes
3 / 5
3 - 5 people

The Risk Reward Matrix helps you to balance Risk and Reward when choosing among options.

Design Criteria Canvas
± 45 minutes
3 / 5
3 - 5 people

Define the design criteria your product or service should follow and bring clarity to your innovation journey in under 45 minutes using the Design Criteria Canvas.

Storytelling Canvas
± 45 minutes
4 / 5
3 - 5 people

Create better stories and presentations in under 45 minutes using the Storytelling Canvas

Stepping Stones Vision
± 45 minutes
3 / 5
3 - 5 people

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Experiment Results Canvas
± 45 minutes
3 / 5
3 - 5 people

The Experiment Results Canvas helps you to make sense of the outcomes of a qualitative experiment in a workshop setting.

Riskiest Assumption Canvas
± 45 minutes
3 / 5
3 - 5 people

How do you know you’re making the right bet with your idea? Which bets does the success of your idea hinge on? These are your riskiest assumptions; they need to be tested.

Algorithm Maturity Canvas
± 30 minutes
3 / 5
3 - 5 people

The Algorithm Maturity Level can be very insightful when figuring out with a team where to start the AI transition and what goals to set.

Ikigai Canvas
± 45 minutes
3 / 5
3 - 5 people

The Ikigai exercise can help you to define your personal perspective, by asking yourself four key questions.

SWOT Canvas
± 15 minutes
1 / 5
3 - 5 people

The SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats) analysis is a traditional, but very effective tool to zoom in on one idea and really find out its strengths and weaknesses.

Customer Journey Canvas
± 45 minutes
3 / 5
3 - 5 people

The Customer Journey is a tool to help you get insight into, track, and discuss how a customer experiences a problem you are trying to solve.

Experiment Canvas
± 45 minutes
3 / 5
3 - 5 people

The experiment canvas helps you design the right experiment at the right time. With this canvas, it is easy to design a well-defined experiment.