Join us online for a 3 hour masterclass reviewing or building your ‘business model’ which is a critical piece of any groups strategic plan.
An invigorating workshop for not-for-profits seeking to keep their business model fresh, functional, relevant to stakeholders and optimising broader trends and opportunities. Following this workshop you will understand the 10 key parts to a ‘business model’ which is a critical piece of any organisations broader strategic plan.
This masterclass is designed for those who have a basic understanding of business ‘strategic plans’ and are ready to develop their skills in the business model component of their plan exploring fresh opportunities.
1. Discuss the components of a strategic business plan
2. Apply an innovation mindset to the ‘business model’ component of your Strategic Plan
3. Identify additional revenue opportunities
4. Clarify your customer segments
5. Define your unique value proposition
As we work towards these objectives you will evaluate the 10 elements of a business model canvas (see below graphic plus ‘differentiation’).
Approximately 2hr 45 minutes content in the course.
Session 1 | 1.00pm – 2.30pm (1hr 30 min)
Break 2.30pm -2.45pm (15 min)
Session 2 | 2.45 – 4.00 pm (1hr 15 min )
Benefits of the masterclass
The benefits of doing this business models masterclass will be immediate but can last a lifetime:
- Gain clarity around dynamic elements in your business model
- Improve your groups relevance to stakeholders
- Unlock an innovation mindset
- Identify new options
- Define your groups value
Format & Features of the Workshop
Delivery – we are delivering this online using Zoom
Handouts – a useful collection of handouts and a work book will be curated
Design your own Model – You will have the opportunity for a facilitated experience penning and reviewing your own business model to identify missing pieces or new opportunities.
Interactive Q&A format – The sessions will be interactive with the instructor fielding questions as they arise. You will benefit from these interactions as regional not-for-profit groups experience similar challenges.
There is space for 25 delegates and will be filled on a first come first served basis. *We require a minimum of 10 delegates workshop to proceed.
In addition to agriculture grower group delegates, the workshops are usually attended by a diverse group of volunteers such as sporting clubs, community event groups etc. This provides a rich opportunity to share experiences, challenges and insights with other volunteers involved with not for profit groups around WA and perhaps pick up innovative ways to tackle common issues.
15 seats are specifically set aside for agricultural industry participants and up to 10 seats will be available for general community group participants such as sporting club volunteers wishing to extend their governance skills. Spread the word!
*If interest is very strong we may need to restrict participants to a maximum of 4 per group/organisation.
Direct any enquiries about participation to the workshops co-ordinator – Kallista Bolton, GGA Stakeholder & Communications Manager
T: 0421 623 406
Other Governance Training Options
GGA has four FREE governance training options this year to support not-for-profit groups to achieve improved functionality and impact.
12 hour Governance e-course
6 hour 1 day Governance Workshop
3 Hour Reading Financial Statements Workshop
3 Hour Business Models Masterclass
Plus we have a free six episode Governance Podcast available to listen to available on demand 24/7.
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