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Glean Social - Alan Moore's "The radical re-design of business"


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Alan Moore's insightful talk at the first ever Glean Social, his slides portray his view of how our world has become so "non-linear" using various thought-provoking case studies from companies such as …

Alan Moore's insightful talk at the first ever Glean Social, his slides portray his view of how our world has become so "non-linear" using various thought-provoking case studies from companies such as LEGO, Toyota, and airbnb.

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  • 1. The radical re-design of business @alansmlxl
  • 2. This presentation is based upon the book No Straight Lines: making sense of our non-linear world. Available as: Paperback and Kindle versions: USA UK No Straight Lines Store:
  • 3. New tools for a new economy
  • 4. Navigational guide
  • 5. [1] Ambiguity
  • 6. Disruption does not ask permission
  • 7. Newspapers, Music industry, Banking, Healthcare, Kodak, Nokia, Exhibitions?
  • 8. $45m revenues –> $1m royalties
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  • 10. Faced with certain commercial death how do we discover new sustaining business models?
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  • 12. Co-evolved customers, Co-evolved business model Co-evolved organisational model
  • 13. LEGO Co-creation •  Understand what their (your customers) perception of value is •  Interact frequently be open and honest •  Sound like yourself and admit mistakes •  Encourage conversations between your customers •  Find your advocates and invite them inside •  Formalize what can be formalized •  Participate – you get what you put in •  Inspire – don’t manage your community •  Don’t sell – show passion and share passion •  It’s OK to say I don’t know
  • 14. 277-page guidebook filled with architectural concepts and building techniques
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  • 16. LEG GODT 16,387-brick, 36-pound Lego Baseship from one of the original designs by Ralph McQuarrie—the genius artist behind the original Star Wars trilogy, E.T. and the original Battlestar Galactica.
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  • 18. LEGO Mindstorms at MIT
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  • 20. Business foundations commerce culture connectivity community
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  • 22. [2] Adaptiveness
  • 23. sxsw | 2010 | alan moore Requiem for Detroit
  • 24. 1.  High capital intensity 2.  Design development and manufacturing costs at scale 3.  Inferior products 4.  Poor service, poor service infrastructure
  • 25. The forge is the new co-creative space at Local Motors. It is where Designers, Engineers, CAD Modelers, and Fabricators can come together, showcase their work, collaborate on projects, and transform ideas into real objects.
  • 26. accelerated innovation with community In one year 44,000 designs were submitted to Local Motors, and 3600 innovators have shared their knowledge and insights.
  • 27. velocity and cost 5X faster and with 100X less capital From $200m development costs to $1.5
  • 28. The top 10 most impressive car factories in the world
  • 29. “ “ the limits of our language are the limits to our world
  • 30. Natures feedback loops are open source [3] Open
  • 31. Open innovation Open legal frameworks Open data Open api’s Open business models Open organisation Open source Open eco-systems
  • 32. $1.5bn $2.7bn $5.1bn Democratising financial capital Democratising financial capital Democratising financial capital Crowdfunding
  • 33. minimum investment of $25 4.5% return
  • 34. [4] Participatory cultures and tools
  • 35. HEALTH How do we create a service to better manage people’s chronic health care.
  • 36. How Patients Know Best is transforming the way patients and clinicians’ manage chronic disease
  • 37. Participatory learning
  • 38. * empowers patients * reduces wrong diagnosis * saves clinical time
  • 39. high performance organizations
  • 40. Data Mining to Data Meaning DATA
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  • 42. [5] Craftsmanship a journey into the hand, heart and mind of craftsmanship
  • 43. HAND, HEART, MIND.
  • 44. Gränsfors make one the finest forged axes in the world. It has become more than just an axe. It is an icon for quality and a belief that there is another way of making things. Total Quality Production
  • 45. Dignity of work
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  • 48. Reinventing the hotel business
  • 49. Company valuation: $1bn
  • 50. *Networked *Participatory *Openness is resilience *Data Driven
  • 51. Making sense of our non-linear world @alansmlxl