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Slides from my talk at Gluecon 2011 on what shaping strategies are and how they differ from other business models.

Slides from my talk at Gluecon 2011 on what shaping strategies are and how they differ from other business models.

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  • History of iMALL\n
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  • Lang Davison\n
  • Lang Davison\n
  • Lang Davison\n
  • Lang Davison\n
  • Lang Davison\n
  • How is the disruption that came about from the introduction of electricity (or radio, tv, cars, etc.) different than that from the Internet\n
  • Carlota Perez, professor of Technology and Socio-Economic Development, “Technological Revolutions and Financial Capital”\n
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  • Be proactive rather than reactive\nBest defense is a good offense\nConstant change - create an anchor\n
  • Malcolm McLean’s containerized shipping\nVisa’s redefinition of payment business\nLi & Fung’s redefinition of the supply chain side of garment manufacturing\nSalsForce’s redefinition of the software business\n
  • Malcolm McLean’s containerized shipping\nVisa’s redefinition of payment business\nLi & Fung’s redefinition of the supply chain side of garment manufacturing\nSalsForce’s redefinition of the software business\n
  • Malcolm McLean’s containerized shipping\nVisa’s redefinition of payment business\nLi & Fung’s redefinition of the supply chain side of garment manufacturing\nSalsForce’s redefinition of the software business\n
  • Malcolm McLean’s containerized shipping\nVisa’s redefinition of payment business\nLi & Fung’s redefinition of the supply chain side of garment manufacturing\nSalsForce’s redefinition of the software business\n
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  • Why was iMALL a shaping strategy\n
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  • Web is an amazing place\n\n
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  • Tightly coupled vs. loosely coupled \nNumber of connections and interactions is staggering\nWhy many home automation plays have failed to take hold\n
  • Adding a network changes anything\n
  • Do demo here!!!\n
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  • book on wishlist or maybe you just looked at it. \n
  • book on wishlist or maybe you just looked at it. \n
  • Have your phone guide you to the empty parking slot nearest your desitnation\n
  • Food that notifies you when it’s about to go out of date\n
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  • Very different than tightly coupled interactions\n
  • Very different than tightly coupled interactions\n
  • Very different than tightly coupled interactions\n
  • Very different than tightly coupled interactions\n
  • Live Web is more personal, more flexible, more dynamic, more purposeful (less about place), more service-oriented (less about functions)\n
  • Live Web is more personal, more flexible, more dynamic, more purposeful (less about place), more service-oriented (less about functions)\n
  • Live Web is more personal, more flexible, more dynamic, more purposeful (less about place), more service-oriented (less about functions)\n
  • Live Web is more personal, more flexible, more dynamic, more purposeful (less about place), more service-oriented (less about functions)\n
  • On the Web the client-server model predominates.\nusers, like honeybees, go from site to site, gathering information and maintaining the context of those visits in their heads.\n
  • On the Web the client-server model predominates.\nusers, like honeybees, go from site to site, gathering information and maintaining the context of those visits in their heads.\n
  • On the Web the client-server model predominates.\nusers, like honeybees, go from site to site, gathering information and maintaining the context of those visits in their heads.\n
  • On the Web the client-server model predominates.\nusers, like honeybees, go from site to site, gathering information and maintaining the context of those visits in their heads.\n
  • On the Web the client-server model predominates.\nusers, like honeybees, go from site to site, gathering information and maintaining the context of those visits in their heads.\n
  • On the Web the client-server model predominates.\nusers, like honeybees, go from site to site, gathering information and maintaining the context of those visits in their heads.\n
  • On the Web the client-server model predominates.\nusers, like honeybees, go from site to site, gathering information and maintaining the context of those visits in their heads.\n
  • On the Web the client-server model predominates.\nusers, like honeybees, go from site to site, gathering information and maintaining the context of those visits in their heads.\n
  • On the Web the client-server model predominates.\nusers, like honeybees, go from site to site, gathering information and maintaining the context of those visits in their heads.\n
  • On the Web the client-server model predominates.\nusers, like honeybees, go from site to site, gathering information and maintaining the context of those visits in their heads.\n
  • On the Web the client-server model predominates.\nusers, like honeybees, go from site to site, gathering information and maintaining the context of those visits in their heads.\n
  • On the Web the client-server model predominates.\nusers, like honeybees, go from site to site, gathering information and maintaining the context of those visits in their heads.\n
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  • Fortunately there’s a way to make it easier. \n
  • In the evented web, after an initial subscription, information flows to the user without compulsory means. \nloosely coupled\n
  • In the evented web, after an initial subscription, information flows to the user without compulsory means. \nloosely coupled\n
  • In the evented web, after an initial subscription, information flows to the user without compulsory means. \nloosely coupled\n
  • In the evented web, after an initial subscription, information flows to the user without compulsory means. \nloosely coupled\n
  • In the evented web, after an initial subscription, information flows to the user without compulsory means. \nloosely coupled\n
  • In the evented web, after an initial subscription, information flows to the user without compulsory means. \nloosely coupled\n
  • In the evented web, after an initial subscription, information flows to the user without compulsory means. \nloosely coupled\n
  • In the evented web, after an initial subscription, information flows to the user without compulsory means. \nloosely coupled\n
  • In the evented web, after an initial subscription, information flows to the user without compulsory means. \nloosely coupled\n
  • In the evented web, after an initial subscription, information flows to the user without compulsory means. \nloosely coupled\n
  • In the evented web, after an initial subscription, information flows to the user without compulsory means. \nloosely coupled\n
  • In the evented web, after an initial subscription, information flows to the user without compulsory means. \nloosely coupled\n
  • In the evented web, after an initial subscription, information flows to the user without compulsory means. \nloosely coupled\n
  • In the evented web, after an initial subscription, information flows to the user without compulsory means. \nloosely coupled\n
  • In the evented web, after an initial subscription, information flows to the user without compulsory means. \nloosely coupled\n
  • In the evented web, after an initial subscription, information flows to the user without compulsory means. \nloosely coupled\n
  • In the evented web, after an initial subscription, information flows to the user without compulsory means. \nloosely coupled\n
  • In the evented web, after an initial subscription, information flows to the user without compulsory means. \nloosely coupled\n
  • when you follow someone on twitter, you are creating a static query against the river of tweets\nwe’ve create a rule language, KRL, to work in this new model. \nTell me when someone mentions my company on Twitter. \nTell me when someone checks into the same place I am.\nTell me when one of my Facebook friends posts an update on their blog.\nTell me when someone calls my customer service line after visiting the customer service page on my company’s Web site.\n \n
  • A platform for building Live Web applications would have certain properties. \n
  • A platform for building Live Web applications would have certain properties. \n
  • A platform for building Live Web applications would have certain properties. \n
  • A platform for building Live Web applications would have certain properties. \n
  • A platform for building Live Web applications would have certain properties. \n
  • A platform for building Live Web applications would have certain properties. \n
  • Open source platform for processing events raised by endpoints and taking action based on results\n
  • Linux is a good example\n
  • Linux is a good example\n
  • Linux is a good example\n
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  • call out the abstract in this expression\n
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  • Influencers\nDevelopers\nPartners\n\n
  • Influencers\nDevelopers\nPartners\n\n
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  • 1. Shaping Strategies& StartupsPhil WindleyKynetxwww.kynetx.com
  • 2. They have something in common...
  • 3. Both are“shaping strategies”
  • 4. www.hbr.orgA company’s bid to rally anindustry ecosystem around a Shaping Strategy in a World of Constantnew competitive view is anuncertain gambit. But theright strategic approaches andthe availability of moderndigital infrastructures Disruptionimprove the odds for success. by John Hagel III, John Seely Brown, and Lang Davison Included with this full-text Harvard Business Review article: 1 Article Summary The Idea in Brief—the core idea The Idea in Practice—putting the idea to work 2 Shaping Strategy in a World of Constant Disruption 11 Further Reading A list of related materials, with annotations to guide further exploration of the article’s ideas and applications Reprint R0810E This article is made available to you compliments of Deloitte Consulting. Further posting, copying distributing is copyright infringement. To order more copies go to www.hbr.org or call 800-988-0886.
  • 5. Risk &Reward
  • 6. Risk & Reward
  • 7. Risk &Reward
  • 8. Communicate a Shaping View
  • 9. Build a Shaping Platform
  • 10. Demonstrate Shaping Acts
  • 11. Two-Sided Markets
  • 12. APIOne-Sided Markets
  • 13. Dev APIOne-Sided Markets
  • 14. Users Dev APIOne-Sided Markets
  • 15. Users Dev APIOne-Sided Markets
  • 16. MarketUsers Devs $ Two-Sided Markets
  • 17. Market $Users Devs $ Two-Sided Markets
  • 18. Market $Users Devs $ Two-Sided Markets
  • 19. While shaping strategies arealmost always two-sided...
  • 20. While shaping strategies are almost always two-sided...not all two-sided markets are shaping strategies
  • 21. The Live Web
  • 22. A few more...
  • 23. Your DVD’s available here!!!
  • 24. What do these scenarios all have in common?
  • 25. Endpoints
  • 26. EndpointsData
  • 27. EndpointsDataContext
  • 28. EndpointsDataContextEvents
  • 29. Document Web
  • 30. Document Web Web 1.0
  • 31. Document Web Web Web 1.0 2.0
  • 32. Document Web Web Live Web 1.0 2.0 Web
  • 33. Static Data & Dynamic Queries
  • 34. Successfulapplications willuse many APIs - Sam Ramji
  • 35. Dynamic Data & Static Queries
  • 36. Event-centric
  • 37. Event-centricEntity-centric
  • 38. Event-centricEntity-centricExtensible
  • 39. Event-centricEntity-centricExtensibleOpen
  • 40. Event-centricEntity-centricExtensibleOpenScalable
  • 41. Event-centricEntity-centricExtensibleOpenScalableUbiquitous
  • 42. events Kinetic Rules directives Engineendpoints rulesKinetic Event Architecture
  • 43. Three Virtues of the Internet
  • 44. Three Virtues of the Internet Nobody owns it
  • 45. Three Virtues of the Internet Nobody owns it Everyone can use it
  • 46. Three Virtues of the Internet Nobody owns it Everyone can use it Anyone can improve it
  • 47. Kinetic Event Protocol
  • 48. Kinetic Rule Language
  • 49. select when pageview “/support/(d+)” setting(issue_number) before (phone inboundcall or email received subj.match( re/issue_number/) )
  • 50. select when pageview “/support/(d+)” setting(issue_number) before (phone inboundcall or email received subj.match( re/issue_number/) )
  • 51. MarketUsers Devs Two-Sided Market
  • 52. What’s the shaping view?
  • 53. What’s the shaping view? The Live Web
  • 54. What’s the shaping platform?
  • 55. What’s the shaping platform? The Kinetic Rule Engine, Language & Protocols
  • 56. What are our shaping acts?
  • 57. What are our shaping acts? open source, open standards non-compete, etc.
  • 58. What do shaping strategies mean for my business?
  • 59. Shaping Strategies & You
  • 60. Shaping Strategies & You 1. How could my market be different?
  • 61. Shaping Strategies & You 1. How could my market be different? 2. What can I do now to accelerate movement toward that?
  • 62. Shaping Strategies & You 1. How could my market be different? 2. What can I do now to accelerate movement toward that? 3. What obstacles stand in our way?
  • 63. Shaping Strategies & You 1. How could my market be different? 2. What can I do now to accelerate movement toward that? 3. What obstacles stand in our way? 4. What strategy aligns near-term performance with long-term goals?
  • 64. Shaping Strategies & You 1. How could my market be different? 2. What can I do now to accelerate movement toward that? 3. What obstacles stand in our way? 4. What strategy aligns near-term performance with long-term goals? 5. What is the mutli-sided market we create?
  • 65. Sign up for a free developer accountat http://www.kynetx.com Come to lunch every Friday (it’s free)
  • 66. Shaping Strategies & Entrepreneurship Contact info: pjw@kynetx.com www.windley.com @windley White paper: http://bit.ly/kntxwpStartup: http://www.windley.com/tags/startup