Not only in the residential car market a shift is taking place - looking at the motorsports sector, a transition is happening there as well. Take for example the introduction of Formula E, back in 2014, but also the recent introduction of its motorcycle equivalent, Moto E. The aim of these racing categories is to promote sustainable mobility, with Formula E especially aiming at making cities more sustainable by hosting events in major city centers worldwide.
Last weekend, the Moto E world championship was kicked-off with its inaugural race at the Sachsenring in Germany. However, only one of the two safety cars, which ensure that the race is held in safe conditions, was an electric vehicle… An interesting fact that shows us there is still something to improve when it comes to sustainability solutions. What can we learn from this transitioning industry?
To help teams get more comfortable with the notion of developing Many Alternative Sustainable Solutions (MASS) by identifying sustainability challenges and selecting circular economy strategies, experimentation is recommended. Therefore, Finch & Beak has designed a workshop setting around the BMW i3 which enables teams to think about different solutions when it comes to today’s biggest sustainability challenges.
This Business Model Canvas team training exercise is aimed at experimenting with the development of circular economy solutions based on the value proposition of the BMW i3. Next to presenting an idea, the teams are also challenged to think about how the ideas will develop itself in the future by thinking about potential partners needed and what targets are there to be achieved.
BMW i3 workshop instructions
Time required: 1½ to 2 hours
In case you would like to learn more about the application of the BMW i3 workshop please contact Bas Nuijten, Senior Consultant, at Bas@finchandbeak.com or +31 6 28 02 18 80 to find out how this provides value for your organization.
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