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15.1 Social and transactional business, Concept 3.0

Last Edited by Ronald van den Hoff on 2/11/2014 2:34:47 PM
Organization 3.0 excels in renewal, in particular in its own organization. In order to (continuously) generate new value, they employ business models with exotic names, like peer-production, wikinomics, co-creation, co-branding, and brand detachment. I will explain these terms in later on. Obviously, this list is not restrictive. Today, people are working in Society 3.0 toward the business model of tomorrow. Naturally, in the value networks of The Mesh, we work differently than ..
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16.7 Personal branding

Last Edited by Ronald van den Hoff on 2/11/2014 2:35:10 PM
“Your brand is what people say about you when you are not in the room” Jeff Bezos A person can be a brand too, or part of a brand. This is the result of personal branding. It is not unusual for self-employed professionals, but employees of an organization may apply personal branding too, and, with that, they enhance the brand experience of the organization as a whole. I promote the philosophy of our organization by posting on my blog, commenting on other blogs, being activ..
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12.4 The dynamic balance of the value network

Last Edited by Ronald van den Hoff on 2/11/2014 2:34:21 PM
It is not a matter of a fixed alliance between the network members in a value network. The network is not always visible as a group. Usually, a value network has a few core members – including a possible client – complemented with the occasional co-creators, and some more people who incidentally provide a requested contribution (resonance). The core members often do not even know the peripheral members, while the source of the knowledge is not always visible. It is more of a cloud or a social..
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12.14 What do your stakeholders say?

Last Edited by Ronald van den Hoff on 2/11/2014 2:34:34 PM
The “crude” delivery of a service or product is no longer good enough. Stakeholders want much, much more: they want a complete and meaningful experience, which will transform them. Stakeholders want an increasingly richer user experience or brand perception during all moments of contact with their supplier. They have to feel that the product, the service, the employees, and the production processes are authentic, and are made just for them. This is tricky, because, all things co..
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18.2 Conclusion: network value creation

Last Edited by Ronald van den Hoff on 2/11/2014 2:35:21 PM
Collaborative prosumption in the Sharing Economy means when we create economic value in the Interdependent Economy, we are moving automatically away from the traditional value chain toward value networks (Allee, 2008; Benkler, 2006). There is no particular fixed connection between network members in a value network; the network is not always visible as a group. Generally, a value network has a few core members – including a potential client – complemented with “occasional-collaborators”..
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4.4 Economic growth & The Mesh

Last Edited by Ronaldvandenhoff1 on 6/29/2014 1:43:53 PM
The Interdependent Economy of Society30 has other growth regulators than we are used to: - It is all about what goes out, and not what comes in. So, you will not hear “Are we richer today than yesterday?” It’s all about people being better off. Why produce more products that nobody wants? - It is about connections, not transactions. Growing smart is about connecting and co-creating, and not just about trading goods with each other. - It is about people, not product..
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