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What is Lean Canvas
Lean Canvas was created by Ash Maurya as an adaptation of Business Model Canvas by Alex Osterwalder. The tool follows Eric Rise’s Lean Startup methodology.
Compared to writing a business plan for your startup, which can take several weeks or even months, you can use a canvas to outline the key points of your business in one afternoon.

When to use Lean Canvas
If you doubt what to use – Business Model Canvas or Lean Canvas, you should learn the differences. These tools look similar at first glance – both of them are visual and allow seeing the big picture, but Lean canvas is entrepreneur-focused and designed for emerging businesses.

How to use Lean Canvas
Lean Canvas consists of 9 blocks. Fill each block using post-it notes, links, handdrawing, pictures and videos. Collaborate with your team to find a better way to explain your or somebody’s business.
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You can start making your Lean Canvas now with RealtimeBoard.
We make teamwork intuitive and fun.
Simple
Simple
When you open a new board in RealtimeBoard, you have instant access to a dynamic toolbox. Our clean, inviting interface takes the complexity out of collaboration. In just minutes you'll have a professional Lean Canvas that's ready to share.
Collaborative
Collaborative
Get more work done by sharing the board with colleagues, clients or friends. Collaborate in real-time and see all the changes instantly, or work across continents and time zones while still staying on the same page.
Ready to be used
Ready to be used
Add files, images and documents from your computer and Google Drive, or explore the built-in collections and integrated libraries of icons, wireframes and other content ready to be used on your boards.
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