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  • Who will help you?
  • How do you do it?
  • What do you do?
  • How do you interact?
  • Who do you help?
  • What do they need?
  • How do you reach them?
  • How much will it cost ?

The toolkit offer an amazing variety of tools to design, plan, test and move ahead with your idea.
For example you have a project and you want to make it bigger, expand it and scale it up. If this is your case, try with the Business Model Canvas. Imagine your project as a panting: your actual project is actually like a  canvas where  you have to draw in new parts of your project. In this canvas, you have to "draw" based on the following questions:
Then do you want to build partnership? Are you lookking for some tools to map potential partners, then you can use the  Building Partnership Map that helps you develop a clear plan on how to work with other organizations who have your same vision.
Do you want to collect the inputs and feedback from someone in a new original way? Then you can use the Interview Guide that helps you discover the undiscovered.
Do you want to test and try your idea? Then you should try with the Improvement Triggers that will help you understand what is more effective in your work
The above mentioned are just few examples, have the full list from here:
Below an overview of all the 30 tools
look ahead
develop a clear plan
clarify my priorities
collect inputs from others
know the people I'm working with
generate new ideas
test and improve
sustain and implement
Position: Co -Founder of ENGAGE,a new social venture for the promotion of volunteerism and service and Ideator of Sharing4Good

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