REVOLUTION - How agile cooperation models substitute classical client/vendor relationships

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My speech held at the "future of" conference in Zurich, Switzerland about how agile cooperation models substitute classical client/vendor relationships and what changes will be needed on both sides to …

My speech held at the "future of" conference in Zurich, Switzerland about how agile cooperation models substitute classical client/vendor relationships and what changes will be needed on both sides to ensure being resilient enough as organization.

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  • 1. REVOLUTION Mirko Kleiner, Vice President Delivery How agile cooperation models substitute classical client/vendor relationships May 2014 All rights reserved
  • 2. 2 Collaborative Consumption Source: Rachel Botsman REVOLUTION Car Industrie Car Ownership Car Sharing Ride Sharing P2P Car Rental
  • 3. „Access becomes more 
 important than Ownership.“ ! Rachel Botsman, 2010
  • 4. 4 Couch Surfing Other Examples of REVOLUTION
  • 5. 5 Gardens Other Examples of REVOLUTION
  • 6. Freelancer Market Other Examples of REVOLUTION
  • 7. 7 Crowd Sourcing Other Examples of REVOLUTION
  • 8. What about tertiary Sector?
  • 9. From Output to Outcome (Double O Model) Source: Alistair Cockburn , 10/2013
  • 10. Contract Model Wave Source: Gabrielle Benefield, 10/2013 Project 1
 Project 2
 Project 3
 Objectives 1
 Objectives 2
 Objectives 3
 Budget/Time fixed Budget/Time fixed Budget/Time fixed
  • 11. „Reputation Capital could be as valuable as currency .“ ! Rachel Botsman, 2010
  • 12. 12 Customer 1 Time-to-Market 2 Predefined Budget Needs 3 Business driven 4 Business Value in Focus Changes No negotiations, short cycles Timing & Costs are fixed Rapid Prototyping Culture Empowerment of Projectteam
  • 13. 13 Vendor 1 Projects 2 Utilization Needs 3 Sustainability 4 Consistancy Changes Transparency Ability of scale Goal driven Adaptability
  • 14. 16 Summary REVOLUTION tertiary Sector Customer Vendor WIN WIN
  • 15. 17 Thank you for your attention! SCHWEIZ
 youngculture AG 
 Hotelstrasse CH-8006 Zürich-Airport 
 Tel. +41 (0)44 366 40 40
 SERBIEN
 youngculture d.o.o. 
 Bulevar Zorana Đinđića 64a
 RS-11070 Neu Belgrad
 Tel. +381 (0)11 40 49 950
 DEUTSCHLAND
 youngculture (Deutschland) GmbH 
 Rottmannstrasse 11
 DE-80333 München 
 Tel. +49 (0)89 41 61 25 99 0
 ÖSTERREICH
 youngculture (Österreich) GmbH 
 Renngasse 4
 AT-1010 Wien
 Tel. +43 (0) 1 5321960
 youngculture d.o.o. 
 25A, 7.Jula Street
 RS-18000 Niš
 Tel. +381 (0)18 522 092
 Romania
 youngculture (Romania) S.R.L. Palas 5B street United Business Center 2 700032 Iași Mirko Kleiner Vice President Delivery