The Circular Experimentation Workbench was developed by Nancy Bocken and Matthew Coffay to help develop circular business experiments rapidly.
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 canvas guides users through key topics by asking trigger questions that create discussion and ideation upon the challenge at hand, the resources the team has and needs, who the customer or users of the solution might be, and crucially which partners can aid and bring value to the circular innovation to support a viable circular proposition.
The canvas challenges users to identify value for potential partners and challenges within the circular idea. This aids the quick identification of knowledge gaps, assumptions and required actions to improve the desirability, feasibility and viability of a circular value proposition by bringing in an early focus on partners within the ideation process.
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.