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Partnership Model Grid for TemplateOrg

Current idea

The current idea and the customer pain that it resolves or the consumer delight that it offers:

Partnership Model Grid for TemplateOrg, Bootstrap Phase, Initial Concept

Although we may be confident that Plan A is almost certainly perfect in every way, the history of failures caused by sticking to Plan A tells us that we need, for the sake of survival, to consider a Plan B and how to migrate to it. A first step in this process is to add entries to the partnership model grid, below.

Partnership model element Relevant analogs and the numbers they give you Relevant antilogs Leaps of faith around which you will build your current dashboard Hypotheses that will prove or refute your leaps of faith

Revenue model


                

Gross margin model


                

Operating model


                

Startup Summer

The sort of people that wanted to participate in Summer Camp would also want to participate in TemplateOrg.

Mentors and Entrepreneurs of similar calibre will be willing to help.

Action: Ask organisers what lessons were learnt and what data is available.

Hypothesis: Implied by leap. Test: Ask mentors if they will help, diary permitting.

Leancamp People like Eric Ries, Alex Osterwalder, John Mullins and Salim Virani will be willing to help.

Hypothesis: Implied by leap. Test: Ask them if they will help, diary permitting.

Working capital model


                

Investment model


                

Learning model


                

The Business Model Grid is adapted from Getting to Plan B by John Mullins and Randy Komisar, published by Harvard Business Review Press.