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"An open business model uses a new division of innovation labor, both in the creation of value and in the capture of a portion of that value. Open models create value by leveraging many more ideas, …

"An open business model uses a new division of innovation labor, both in the creation of value and in the capture of a portion of that value. Open models create value by leveraging many more ideas, due to their inclusion of a variety of external concepts" - Chesbrough, Henry – Open Business Models.

Could it work an innovative Open Business Plan?

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  • 1. Extreme Open Business Model
  • 2. Open Business Model “ An open business model uses a new division of innovation labor, both in the creation of value and in the capture of a portion of that value. Open models create value by leveraging many more ideas, due to their inclusion of a variety of external concepts.” Chesbrough, Henry – Open Business Models
  • 3. Case: Business Model Generation
  • 4. Case: Business Model Generation Co-created by 470 strategy practitioners Business Model Generation practices what it preaches. Co-authored by 470 Business Model Canvas practitioners from 45 countries, the book was financed and produced independently of the traditional publishing industry.
  • 5. Case: Fiat Mio
  • 6. Case: Fiat Mio Fiat Mio a fusion of ideas. Your ideas combined with our will to realize them will create a new way of thinking the future of motor vehicles.
  • 7. Case: Threadless.com
  • 8. Case: Threadless.com
    • Members of the Threadless community submit t-shirt designs online; the designs are then put to a public vote. A small percentage of submitted designs are selected for printing and sold through an online store. Creators of the winning designs receive a prize of cash and store credit.
  • 9.
    • ...Now, why not to think in an Open Business Plan?
  • 10.
    • Members of the Business Plan community submit new business ideas and source code online.
    ...The new business ideas are put to a public vote... ...Submitted source code are revised and committed to mainstream by a revisor. Committed code are accounted in the developer’s profile.
  • 11. Selected ideas are implemented with the help of the community.... ...Creators of the winning ideas and developers receive a prize of cash accordingly to the business success.
  • 12.
    • Could it work?