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Transformative governance of adaptive digital platform ecosystems

Transformative governance of adaptive digital platform ecosystems

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Transformative governance of adaptive digital platform ecosystems

  1. 1. Transformative governance of adaptive digital platform ecosystems Totti Könnölä (Aalto University & Insight Foresight Institute) Ville Eloranta, Taija Turunen & Ahti Salo (Aalto University) Building Expertise for Innovation, Conference on Innovation Decision Support Using Structured Expert Judgement 25-27 April, 2017, Aalto University, Finland
  2. 2. PLATFORM COMPANIES 2 Platform companies by type, each bubble represents a company sized by market cap as of December 1, 2015. (Evans & Gawer 2016)
  3. 3. TYPES OF PLATFORMS 3 Platforms as product families and information systems. Platforms as markets of two or more sides. Platforms as organizations. Optimized equilibrium platform Adaptive platform ecosystem (Könnölä et al. submitted)
  4. 4. PLATFORM ECONOMY 4 Agent Platform Platform ecosystem
  5. 5. TRANSFORMATIVE GOVERNANCE Agent Platform Platform ecosystem Economy Platforms Agents • Policentricity • Connectivity • Diversity • Redundancy • Directionality • Federation • Coordination • Value through scale and scope • Activity • Structure • Governance 5
  6. 6. CASE: TRANSPORT CODE 6 Platform ecosystems Government structure and institutions Polycentricity ••• • Redundancy • - Diversity •• •• Connectivity ••• ••• Directionality •• ••
  7. 7. Stages of adaptive platform ecosystems Transformative governance principles Emergence Expansion Maturity Polycentricity Enhance nested multiple platforms and their inclusiveness Support the scaling up of nodes for economies of scale and scope Consider possible benefits of temporal monopolies, the redefinition of monopolies (multi-sided markets and wider impacts) and reduce switching costs to new emerging nodes Redundancy Allocate overlapping functions and open periphery in platforms for innovation Implement infrastructure redundancy to ensure resilience Maintain and encourage overlapping functions of agencies in monitoring platforms to enrich learning and boost renewal Diversity Carry out pilots for regulatory and governance experimentation Show leadership through shared inclusive action plans, direct investments and innovative public procurement Avoid lock-ins through innovative regulatory initiatives addressing information asymmetry to ensure renewal and emergence of new nodes Connectivity Subsidize the development of interfaces (e.g. APIs) to enhance interoperability Enhance the interoperability through standardisation and data sharing and access to infrastructure Ensure access of niche actors in data and avoid privatisation of public data Directionality Launch foresight processes for shared visions, action plans and networked governance Support and/or invest in the promising nodes that can challenge the incumbents Measure the broad societal impact and explore alternative pathways to existing platforms 7
  8. 8. Thank you! Totti Könnölä (Aalto University & Insight Foresight Institute) Ville Eloranta, Taija Turunen & Ahti Salo (Aalto University) Building Expertise for Innovation, Conference on Innovation Decision Support Using Structured Expert Judgement 25-27 April, 2017, Aalto University, Finland

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