The Circular Experimentation Workbench was developed by Nancy Bocken and Matthew Coffay to help develop circular business experiments rapidly.
This page will show tools developed as part of the Circular X project. While the project is in its early stages, relevant circular economy tools developed and tested already before the official project start are added here.
The Business for Sufficiency database is a tool that showcases companies' efforts to promote sustainable consumption practices. By providing real-world examples, it aims to inspire companies to consider sufficiency as part of their business models.
The Boundary Tool is a process tool that helps businesses engage in multi-stakeholder collaboration for circular business model innovation by focusing on complementarities and mismatches in stakeholders’ identities, relations, competences and activities.
No matter how many ideas you have for a new circular business, in order to make an impact, these ideas must be implemented. Doing this is challenging because a circular business aims to generate economic, environmental (and social) value simultaneously, through the collaboration of multiple stakeholders who…
The circular collaboration canvas is used within a workshop setting. It is a poster template that gets users to think in detail upon a circular value proposition.
The Circularity Deck is a card deck-based tool that challenges you to take a broad perspective on the circular economy. It helps you analyze, ideate and develop the circularity potential of your innovation ecosystem.