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and
now...
Challenges,
dilemma’s and
thoughts on the
collaborative
economy
All video’s (200 interviews and counting….) are available on:
www.youtube.com/crowdexpedition
Questions? Contact:
@martijn...
171
investors
and
now...
‘how individualsare empoweredto organizethemselves’
nobody
thought
about
-valuation?
-capabilities of the entre...
and
now...
wel
duidelijk
‘We leven in een tijd waarin het
individu wordt empowered
zichzelf te organiseren. Vaak
gefaciliteerd door o...
wel
duidelijk
‘We leven in een tijd waarin het
individu wordt empowered
zichzelf te organiseren. Vaak
gefaciliteerd door o...
Interviewing 150 international
experts & entrepreneurs a
year in this field and practise
what we preach. 200
interviews in...
2.
WHAT IS GOING
ON?
IF YOU THINK YOU’RE TOO
SMALL TO HAVE AN IMPACT
TRY GOING TO BED WITH A
MOSQUITO IN THE ROOM.....
ecosystem
lessons
learned interviewing
200 collaboratie
economy
entrepreneurs and
experts in 12
countries
#1
They just DO things
(and the barrier to start is getting lower every day)
#2
Focus on core
(and get the best partners with shared values they can get)
#3
They grow (exponentially) by facilitating
others to create value
#4
efficient use of existing resources and
events. >> better price, better access.
#5
They are not the usual suspects
#6
They start from an intrinsic motivation to fix
things
#7
They don’t only enter asset light markets
#8
They change the default expectation of your
customers of YOUR service
#9
They are smart guys and girls: don’t trust
them on their blue eyes….
Running a
country as a
platform….
lessons
learned
#1
They are redefining what added value they
offer for their stakeholders
#2
They facilitate stakeholders with a platform
where THEY can create value
#3
They have bridge builders who can connect
both worlds
#4
They have trouble in getting this
collaboration in the core of their activities.
This is not a project.
#5
They do find the right balance in speed and
quality.
(startups may fail, corporates don’t)
3.
MAIN
DILEMMA’S
#1
To scale or not to scale?
- responsibilities platform?
- exponential growth vs sustainable growth
#2
Are these models future proof?
- costs of building a new platform will be zero
- global leader, local transactions
- no...
#3
Labour through platforms
- they don’t want to be an employer
- new companies fill the gap
#4
Transparency?
#5
(reputation) data
- who is in control?
- Facebook as your digital passport is a BAD idea
#6
Transactions are based on an extremely
poor rating system
4.
TRANSITION TO A
SUSTAINABLE
MODEL
#1
What is value? What is success? We need
new thoughts about that. And new
measurement instruments
#2
Shared ownership: new coöperative or
decentralised ownership models.
#3
Regulation and taxation
-always to late (accept)
-learn from others
#4
Crowdsourcing in the core of what you do,
not as a marketing approached top-down
‘accident’
#5
Accept that borders will disappear. What is
your business? What is the value that you
add. What is…. a country? a bank?...
#6
Old and new need to start working together
5.
CONCLUSION
5.
CONCLUSION
- cross border collaboration requestsa new kind of (shared) leadership;- you need to find the right brigebui...
get out and explore
@martijnarets
www.collaborative-economy.com
200 interviews on: www.youtube.com/crowdexpedition
martijn...
Keynote at the European Crowdsourcing week in Brussels 2015
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Keynote at the European Crowdsourcing week in Brussels 2015

  1. 1. and now... Challenges, dilemma’s and thoughts on the collaborative economy
  2. 2. All video’s (200 interviews and counting….) are available on: www.youtube.com/crowdexpedition Questions? Contact: @martijnarets www.collaborative-economy.com martijn@collaborative-economy.com
  3. 3. 171 investors
  4. 4. and now... ‘how individualsare empoweredto organizethemselves’ nobody thought about -valuation? -capabilities of the entrepreneur? -regulations? -protecting investors? -etc. -etc. -etc.
  5. 5. and now...
  6. 6. wel duidelijk ‘We leven in een tijd waarin het individu wordt empowered zichzelf te organiseren. Vaak gefaciliteerd door online platformen. En vaak buiten traditionele kanalen om.’ collaborative (crowd) economy PLATFORMSTUFF SHARING ECONOMY MONEY PLATFORM CROWDFUNDING KNOWLEDGE PLATFORM CROWDSOURCING
  7. 7. wel duidelijk ‘We leven in een tijd waarin het individu wordt empowered zichzelf te organiseren. Vaak gefaciliteerd door online platformen. En vaak buiten traditionele kanalen om.’ collaborative (crowd) economy PLATFORMSTUFF SHARING ECONOMY MONEY PLATFORM CROWDFUN DING KNOWLEDGE PLATFORM CROWDSOUR CING This new way of collaboration will influence EVERY ‘organisation’ the next 10 years. Positive or negative.Direct or indirect.
  8. 8. Interviewing 150 international experts & entrepreneurs a year in this field and practise what we preach. 200 interviews in 12 countries done. +/- 100 to go.
  9. 9. 2. WHAT IS GOING ON?
  10. 10. IF YOU THINK YOU’RE TOO SMALL TO HAVE AN IMPACT TRY GOING TO BED WITH A MOSQUITO IN THE ROOM.....
  11. 11. ecosystem
  12. 12. lessons learned interviewing 200 collaboratie economy entrepreneurs and experts in 12 countries
  13. 13. #1 They just DO things (and the barrier to start is getting lower every day)
  14. 14. #2 Focus on core (and get the best partners with shared values they can get)
  15. 15. #3 They grow (exponentially) by facilitating others to create value
  16. 16. #4 efficient use of existing resources and events. >> better price, better access.
  17. 17. #5 They are not the usual suspects
  18. 18. #6 They start from an intrinsic motivation to fix things
  19. 19. #7 They don’t only enter asset light markets
  20. 20. #8 They change the default expectation of your customers of YOUR service
  21. 21. #9 They are smart guys and girls: don’t trust them on their blue eyes….
  22. 22. Running a country as a platform….
  23. 23. lessons learned
  24. 24. #1 They are redefining what added value they offer for their stakeholders
  25. 25. #2 They facilitate stakeholders with a platform where THEY can create value
  26. 26. #3 They have bridge builders who can connect both worlds
  27. 27. #4 They have trouble in getting this collaboration in the core of their activities. This is not a project.
  28. 28. #5 They do find the right balance in speed and quality. (startups may fail, corporates don’t)
  29. 29. 3. MAIN DILEMMA’S
  30. 30. #1 To scale or not to scale? - responsibilities platform? - exponential growth vs sustainable growth
  31. 31. #2 Are these models future proof? - costs of building a new platform will be zero - global leader, local transactions - now an exclusive offer, but for how long?
  32. 32. #3 Labour through platforms - they don’t want to be an employer - new companies fill the gap
  33. 33. #4 Transparency?
  34. 34. #5 (reputation) data - who is in control? - Facebook as your digital passport is a BAD idea
  35. 35. #6 Transactions are based on an extremely poor rating system
  36. 36. 4. TRANSITION TO A SUSTAINABLE MODEL
  37. 37. #1 What is value? What is success? We need new thoughts about that. And new measurement instruments
  38. 38. #2 Shared ownership: new coöperative or decentralised ownership models.
  39. 39. #3 Regulation and taxation -always to late (accept) -learn from others
  40. 40. #4 Crowdsourcing in the core of what you do, not as a marketing approached top-down ‘accident’
  41. 41. #5 Accept that borders will disappear. What is your business? What is the value that you add. What is…. a country? a bank? a…..
  42. 42. #6 Old and new need to start working together
  43. 43. 5. CONCLUSION
  44. 44. 5. CONCLUSION - cross border collaboration requestsa new kind of (shared) leadership;- you need to find the right brigebuilders; - teaming based on values and focuson core. Find the best (temporary)partners and make speed; - facilitate, don’t controll; - always find the balance in old andnew. -DO IT!
  45. 45. get out and explore @martijnarets www.collaborative-economy.com 200 interviews on: www.youtube.com/crowdexpedition martijn@collaborative-economy.com

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