Relationships
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Purposes
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Driven by various
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Shape its own
Form unique
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Contributors/P
articipants
Link together by
Driven by various
Platform
strategy
Organizing
structure
Shape its own
Form un...
From readings: “Thinking in Systems”, Introduction & Ch.1 by Donella Meadows; “Digital Capital”, Ch.1 & 9 by Don Tapscott;...
From readings: “Thinking in Systems”, Introduction & Ch.1 by Donella Meadows; “Digital Capital”, Ch.1 & 9 by Don Tapscott;...
Contributors/P
articipants
Link together by
Driven by various
Platform
strategy
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Shapes its own
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With a system
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Structure &
strategy
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b-web
With a system
lens
Structure &
strategy
Value map
Current value
proposition
to
assess
Current value
contributors
the...
b-web
With a system
lens
Structure &
strategy
Value map
Current value
proposition
to
assess
Current value
contributors
the...
From readings: “Thinking in Systems”, Introduction & Ch.1 by Donella Meadows; “Digital Capital”, Ch.1 & 9 by Don Tapscott;...
From readings: “Thinking in Systems”, Introduction & Ch.1 by Donella Meadows; “Digital Capital”, Ch.1 & 9 by Don Tapscott;...
From reading: “Digital Capital”, Ch.9 by Don Tapscott;
b-web
With a system
lens
Structure &
strategy
Value map
Current val...
From reading: “Digital Capital”, Ch.9 by Don Tapscott;
b-web
With a system
lens
Structure &
strategy
Value map
Current val...
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How to create systems

  1. 1. Relationships Elements Purposes Link together by Driven by various behavior structure Shape its own Form unique External forces system Make up That’s bigger than its parts uses Feedback loops to keep the resiliency of 1. A system is coherently organized to achieve something. impact From readings: “Thinking in Systems”, Introduction & Ch.1 by Donella Meadows; “Digital Capital”, Ch.1 & 9 by Don Tapscott; “The Power of Product Platforms”, Ch.3 by Marc H. Meyer and Alvin P. Lehnerd
  2. 2. Contributors/P articipants Link together by Driven by various Platform strategy Organizing structure Shape its own Form unique Market demands b-web Make up That’s bigger than its parts uses Market feedback to keep the resilience of Value propositions New rules 2. A b-web has all the characteristics of a system. impact From readings: “Thinking in Systems”, Introduction & Ch.1 by Donella Meadows; “Digital Capital”, Ch.1 & 9 by Don Tapscott; “The Power of Product Platforms”, Ch.3 by Marc H. Meyer and Alvin P. Lehnerd
  3. 3. From readings: “Thinking in Systems”, Introduction & Ch.1 by Donella Meadows; “Digital Capital”, Ch.1 & 9 by Don Tapscott; “The Power of Product Platforms”, Ch.3 by Marc H. Meyer and Alvin P. Lehnerd impact Contributors/P articipants Link together by Driven by various Platform strategy Shapes its own Forms unique Market demands b-web Make up That’s bigger than its parts uses Market feedback to keep the resilience of Value propositions New rules 2. A b-web has all the characteristics of a system. Organizing structure Aggregation Distributed network Alliance Value chain Agora
  4. 4. From readings: “Thinking in Systems”, Introduction & Ch.1 by Donella Meadows; “Digital Capital”, Ch.1 & 9 by Don Tapscott; “The Power of Product Platforms”, Ch.3 by Marc H. Meyer and Alvin P. Lehnerd impact Organizing structure Contributors/P articipants Link together by Driven by various Shapes its own Forms unique Market demands b-web Make up That’s bigger than its parts uses Market feedback to keep the resilience of Value propositions New rules 2. A b-web has all the characteristics of a system. Platform strategy Vertical scaling Horizontal leverage Niche
  5. 5. Contributors/P articipants Link together by Driven by various Platform strategy Organizing structure Shapes its own Forms unique Market demands b-web Make up That’s bigger than its parts uses Market feedback to keep the resilience of Value propositions New rules 2. A b-web has all the characteristics of a system. impact From readings: “Thinking in Systems”, Introduction & Ch.1 by Donella Meadows; “Digital Capital”, Ch.1 & 9 by Don Tapscott; “The Power of Product Platforms”, Ch.3 by Marc H. Meyer and Alvin P. Lehnerd
  6. 6. b-web With a system lens Structure & strategy Value map Current value proposition to assess Current value contributors then disaggregate Future value proposition to envisio n and draw That helps to determine In order to weave 3. Creating a b-web is like this. From reading: “Digital Capital”, Ch.9 by Don Tapscott;
  7. 7. b-web With a system lens Structure & strategy Value map Current value proposition to assess Current value contributors then disaggregate Future value proposition to envisio n and draw That helps to determine In order to weave 3. Creating a b-web is kind of like… the design process. From reading: “Digital Capital”, Ch.9 by Don Tapscott;
  8. 8. b-web With a system lens Structure & strategy Value map Current value proposition to assess Current value contributors then disaggregate Future value proposition to revision and draw That helps to determine In order to weave Research Synthesis Design 3. Creating a b-web is kind of like… the design process. From reading: “Digital Capital”, Ch.9 by Don Tapscott;
  9. 9. From readings: “Thinking in Systems”, Introduction & Ch.1 by Donella Meadows; “Digital Capital”, Ch.1 & 9 by Don Tapscott; “The Power of Product Platforms”, Ch.3 by Marc H. Meyer and Alvin P. Lehnerd impact Relationships Elements Purposes Link together by Driven by various behavior structure Shapes its own Forms its unique External forces system Make up That’s bigger than its parts uses Feedback loops Are mechanisms to keep the integrity of 1. A system is coherently organized to achieve something.
  10. 10. From readings: “Thinking in Systems”, Introduction & Ch.1 by Donella Meadows; “Digital Capital”, Ch.1 & 9 by Don Tapscott; “The Power of Product Platforms”, Ch.3 by Marc H. Meyer and Alvin P. Lehnerd impact Contributors/P articipants Link together by Driven by various Platform strategy Organizing structure Shapes its own Forms unique Market demands b-web Make up That’s bigger than its parts uses Market feedback Are mechanisms to keep the integrity of Value propositions New rules 2. A b-web has all the characteristics of a system. 1. A system is coherently organized to achieve something.
  11. 11. From reading: “Digital Capital”, Ch.9 by Don Tapscott; b-web With a system lens Structure & strategy Value map Current value proposition to assess Current value contributors then disaggregate Future value proposition to envisio n and draw That helps to determine In order to weave 3. Creating a b-web is like a design process. 2. A b-web has all the characteristics of a system. 1. A system is coherently organized to achieve something.
  12. 12. From reading: “Digital Capital”, Ch.9 by Don Tapscott; b-web With a system lens Structure & strategy Value map Current value proposition to assess Current value contributors then disaggregate Future value proposition to envisio n and draw That helps to determine In order to weave 3. Creating a b-web is like a design process. 2. A b-web has all the characteristics of a system. 1. A system is coherently organized to achieve something. 4. Therefore, the design process can be used to create other systems.

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