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Business Model You/Teams Community Reunion and Applications-Sharing Conference

Business Model You and Business Models for Teams Community Reunion and Applications Sharing Conference - Featuring new use cases in healthcare, finance, education, and more -

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November 16, 2020
November 16, 2020 9:30
November 16, 2020 20:00
Level Eleven - Regardz Zilveren Toren
Stationsplein 51
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Best of all, enjoy the fellowship and camaraderie of friends and experts from our global community of 30,000 business and service modeling practitioners and enthusiasts.

Each attendee will receive a comprehensive conference proceedings document with written overviews describing each of the poster session applications, with photos and graphics (see the sample proceedings document). And of course, throughout the day all participants will have multiple opportunities to consult face-to-face with the practitioners who have successfully used each application. The conference proceedings document will also include overviews of key points from the general and parallel sessions.

Here is a program overview. While action-packed, it leaves plenty of time for mingling with colleagues - including an after-hours party on the top floor of Level 11 (within the venue), featuring an unforgettable view of Amsterdam!

General Session 09:30 - 12:45


Mercedes Hoss, Business Model You, LLC

Three trends in business modeling

Tim Clark, Business Model You, LLC

Selling and Delivering Services Using Team Models: A Practicum with Case Studies

Bruce Hazen, Business Models for Teams, LLC

1. How to Sell and Prepare for an Engagement

  • Preparation and Research for an engagement
  • Practicum: Target Your Engagement Pitch, focusing on Channels, Customer, Who You Are, Roles / Relationships
  • Case Study: Research Hospital with 3,000 nurses
  • Differences between personal and team service models
  • Practicum: Describe how you plan to sell and prepare for an engagement with a current or potential customer

2. How to Deliver the Engagement

  • Case Study: Leader Engagement / New CEO and Earnings Decline in the Financial Services Sector
  • Linking Competencies to Context Produces Collaboration (when people understand how the organization works and where they fit in, they are able to work well with colleagues).
  • What was needed in addition to business modeling: m anagers' responsibility in a post-authoritarian culture
  • Practicum: Outline steps in the engagement you described in 1) above

3. Keys to Successful Engagements

  • Strong competency in organizational development, training, human resources, management consulting, or coaching.
  • Trust based on a track record
  • Next steps practicum: "The customer needs it" is not enough. Describe customer strengths and weaknesses that could determine the success of your engagement

- Lunch 12:45 to 14:00 -

Parallel workshops 14:00 - 15:30

Luigi Centenaro:  Define Your Team Brand Now, Right Here in Amsterdam!

Bruce Hazen: Practicum in Using M odeling with the Three Career Questions Method to Improve Employee Engagement / Development

Mercedes Hoss:  Combining Business Modeling with Lego ® Serious Play®

Randi Millard: Reinventing Work Education for Junior High and High School Students

Poster session / socializing 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Meet and consult with poster session presenters and other colleagues in the Sky View room overlooking Amsterdam.

Closing Remarks 4:40 p.m. - 4:45 p.m.

Social Hour | Photo session 4:45 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.


The Facilitators: Dr. Timothy Clark and Mercedes Hoss

Dr. Timothy Clark and Bruce Hazen, MS are expert teachers, coaches, and consultants who have delivered their visual modeling training in 15 countries and are the authors of the global bestseller Business Model You and Business Models for Teams. They have worked with thousands of project managers, team and group leaders, and executives in the healthcare, technology, finance, and retail sectors, and have served as consultants or trainers to many organizations, including Adidas, Aetna, Amazon.com, Cigna, DFS, Bertelsmann Financial Services, Intel, JCPenney, Neiman Marcus Direct, and Nike.

Mercedes Hoss is anexperienced workshop designer, facilitator, event organizer and projectmanager. She supports large (inter)national organizations by getting teams andindividuals to think about their own strategies and business models, combiningdifferent methodologies and introducing new tools, skills and mindsets. Shebrings 20+ years of hands-on management experience in leading functions in theareas of IT/ Finance and business process optimization for internationalcorporations such as Pfizer and Ancestry.com. She is a Business Model forTeams co-creator and has worked with Dr. Timothy Clark since theFacilitator Course was first introduced to Europe in early 2013.

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