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12.2 Value chain, or rather profit chain?

Last Edited by Ronald van den Hoff on 2/11/2014 2:34:18 PM
Value chain: it seems like such a nice concept. Yet, it is “old school.” In this so-called value chain, people, means, and time are pressed through and between organizations with just one single purpose: that there will eventually be someone who is willing to pay for the service or product for a higher price than your cost price. The manufacturers higher up in the value chain, and the suppliers who are lower down in the same chain, all perform the same trick. As long as the buyers in the valu..
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18.3 Conclusion: the organization

Last Edited by Ronald van den Hoff on 2/11/2014 2:35:22 PM
If you want to claim your position in the clusters of new value networks as an organization en route to tomorrow in The Mesh, you will have to work with minimal standardization and a new informal corporate culture based on trust and open communication. Only then can you seriously make an appeal to autonomy and entrepreneurship in order to excel internally as well as externally around a dynamic organization. It is not a matter of “being social on the side.” It requires a complete new vision on..
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12.3 The rise of value networks

Last Edited by Ronald van den Hoff on 2/11/2014 2:34:16 PM
“In a disconnected world, the costs of [being] evil are minimal. In a hyper-connected world, the costs of [being] evil explode.” - Umair Haque’s Law, HBR blog. In Society 3.0, people share their knowledge on their own accord; the actual intellectual property of information is..
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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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