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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.

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.

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.

Pirate Metrics Canvas
± 45 minutes
3 / 5
3 - 5 people

When you are developing a new digital service or startup, it is vital to understand how you will reach your customers. The Pirate Metrics Canvas helps you make sense of this process.

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.

Golden Circle Canvas
± 45 minutes
3 / 5
3 - 5 people

Coming up with a vision statement and ‘rallying cry’ is often the hardest part of defining your vision. The Golden Circle canvas helps you take the first steps.

Persona Canvas
± 45 minutes
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3 - 5 people

The Persona Canvas gives you an easy to read visual of that can help you to understand your users or customers. What are their goals? What are they trying to achieve?

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.

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.