An introduction to
   Weconomics
 Nothing else in the world is so
powerful as an idea whose time has
            come (Vic...
W h a t is W e c o n o m ic s ?


 Weconomics is a new organization
model for the community economy.
Its goal is to increa...
Program
1.   Developments & problems
2.   Companies, competition & Communities
3.   Productivity
4.   Information worker
5...
Developments: & problems
- Globalization, economic
- Demographic / HRM
- Technologic
- Organizational
- Ecological



   -...
In 2 0 3 0
8-9 billion people on earth:

 they all connect via LinkedIn, Facebook

 they all want a house, 2 cars, 3 TV‟...
E c o l o g ic a l d e v e l o p m e n t s



 Shortage on energy, food en water

 To much CO2



 If we all live like A...
T e c h n ic a l d e v e l o p m e n t s


- Community software


- Wiki‟s, social media, blogs, feeds

- Web services

- ...
From 20 t o 4 years sam e em p loyer


     25


     20


     15


     10


      5


      0
          19 6 0   19 7 0...
 6 on 7 people don‟t have meaningful job

 12 (NKL), 780 (VS) billion on mental absence

 more contractors

 common em...
Organizational shift



                                       Traditionalist                            Boomer           ...
The world changes

Do instruments change??
If the world is your company

   What would you do ??
Program
1.   Developments & problems
2.   Companies, competition & Communities
3.   Productivity
4.   Information worker
5...
W h a t is W e c o n o m ic s ?


 Weconomics is a new organization
model for the community economy.
Its goal is to increa...
C o m p a n ie s ………??

Why

- Do we work in companies ?

- Are we trapped in tra ffic ja m a t 8. 30 in the m orning?

- ...
People are accepting the ground rules
  of our society and institutions as
companies, banks and government as
         giv...
These rules Were written and these
        institution started
    at a very specific moment
     ant with a very specific...
W h y c o m p a n ie s e x is t ? H o w d id t h e y s t a r t ?


 1. To overlive corpses ( ca tholic church)

 2. To mak...
C o m p a n ie s ?


Why is the goal of a company

continuity......




while the world Changes so quickly?
P r o b l e m s c o m p a n ie s


 1. Innovation?

 2. Limited resources??

 3. Financial shareholder value

 4. Complexi...
Companies


 Do we really need them?

What good does it brings?
Competitions


What good does it brings??
We all inhabit this small planet.
    We all breath the same air.
We all cherish our children's future.
     And we are al...
Two questions
  Do we really need :
     1. companies
     2. to compete


What is the alternative?
Companies change

   Smaller
   Smarter
   Employees work 3-4 years
   Company employee -> individual (freelancer)

Bu...
Home communities
Professional in communities
Examples of Weconomics partners
Program
1.   Developments & problems
2.   Companies, competition & Communities
3.   Productivity
4.   Information worker
5...
W h a t is W e c o n o m ic s ?


 Weconomics is a new organization
model for the community economy.
Its goal is to increa...
W h y in c r e a s e p r o d u c t iv it y




   In 2040: 15% less workforce in NL

  No BBP growth thanx to credit crise...
Existing institutions
    like corporation's,
        banks and
        government
    are biggest treat to
productivity i...
They don‟t cooperate
they invent the wheel
  again and again
If the world is your company

   What would you do ??
Program
1.   Developments & problems
2.   Companies, competition & Communities
3.   Productivity
4.   Information worker
5...
W h a t is W e c o n o m ic s ?


 Weconomics is a new organization
model for the community economy.
Its goal is to increa...
Our working evolution
Program
1.   Developments & problems
2.   Companies, competition & Communities
3.   Productivity
4.   Information worker
5...
A new innovation doesn‟t over win
  by convincing opponents, and
 show them the light, but because
the old generation even...
"The world we have created is a product
 of our thinking; it cannot be changed
    without changing our thinking."
       ...
C h a n g e = d if f ic u l t

 My Comfort zone
 It is always been this way
 This is not how it works here
 We love ru...
C h a n g e = N ic e
Never stop asking why


Never, never, never…..
stop asking why not 
More and more we work in communities
need will extinct

Communities replaces companies

Cooperation replaces competition

The information worker will extinct

...
Communities replace Companies?

Utopia??.......think ahead!!!

What if the customers of Henry Ford asked
him: `Can you bui...
N o u t o p ia : IB L C c o m m u n it y



Since 1994

> 1.000 organizations

> 250 partners

> 30.000 products

> 50.000...
V is io n
Companies, banks and governments as
we know them now will no longer be the
center of commerce. We will work more...
A m b it io n

Improve productivity of
information workers 50
times before 2040.
Program
1.   Developments & problems
2.   Companies, competition & Communities
3.   Productivity
4.   Information worker
5...
W e c o n o m ic s
m odel 3 lev els:

1. Way of Thinking

2. Infrastructure

3. Domain
"The significant problems we face
cannot be solved at the same level of
thinking we were at when we created
              ...
W e c o n o m ic s d o m a in s
   Assessments
   Courses, Training & Development, Coaching
   Recruitment
   Accommod...
W e c o n o m ic s R o l e s

   Finance: Crowd funding
   Marketing: Pull marketing
   R&D via open innovation
   Log...
10 c o r e p r in c ip l e s
  o f W e c o n o m ic s
1. Profile --> connect --> collaborate

      network (see LinkedIn)

       Collaboration = king
2. “What binds us” in stead of “what

             differs us”

     compose instead of oppose
3. Holistic & Wikinomics principles

(see Wikipedia), mass collaboration,

  peering, sharing, crowd sourcing
4. User first then other stakeholders

change value chain: user is the boss
5. Trusted, semantic & secured

 information to/from primary

     processes (no Google)
6. Individual & community driven,

      organization supported

         (no LinkedIn)
7. Connected to best practice

independent core infrastructure, with

          flexible channels
8. Disconnect logistics and commerce,

       content and publication
9. Transparency and easy to get

  more user pull, less sales push

reverse marketing, pull marketing
10. A balanced network of partners

network suppliers and a supervisor
W h e n d o e s W e c o n o m ic s w o r k :

you want change

you stay with the 10 principles

authentic, flexible, hones...
W h e n d o e s it n o t w o r k ?


      If you still believe
     the earth is flat and
   Santa Claus is still alive
Program
1.   Developments & problems
2.   Companies, competition & Communities
3.   Productivity
4.   Information worker
5...
Problem
   with working
in communities??
Tragedy of commons
Solution:
Weconomics Index
Weconomics Index
      how do you cooperate ?
       how reliable are you ?
provide meaningful information ?
          is ...
Crowd funding

Direct relation between money giver and taker

Direct influence on project progress

Direct control by SOTI...
Crowdfunding project
Financiering boek `De geschiedenis van Weconomics deel I’

1.   Nodig: € 25.000 voor redactie, eerste...
Crowdfunding experiment
Opties:

A. Neem deze 50 euro mee naar huis
   (unanieme beslissing)

B. Investeer deze 50 euro! V...
Crowdfunding experiment
Spelregels:
1. Iemand die niet wil bijleggen kan 50 euro aanbieden aan
   iemand anders die er 50 ...
Crowdfunding project
Waarom zou je meedoen en voor B kiezen ?

1.   Bewijzen dat het werkt
2.   We hebben banken niet nodi...
Program
1.   Developments & problems
2.   Companies, competition & Communities
3.   Productivity
4.   Information worker
5...
Example
                IBLC community
Domain = Dutch Training & Development market




                   Advisor/Interme...
Weconomics model: market




   Supply
  Partner A                                        Demand
                         ...
Weconomics community organization model



                                Domain Leader

   Supply
  Partner A           ...
Not technical connection
Human connection
Authentic Leadership
Weconomics model: network supplier




   Supply
  Partner A                                                       Demand
...
Network supplier: Infrastructure
Transport, warehouse, repack
Communication
Shared service center
Innovation Labs
Weconomics community organization model

                    SOTIC foundation: commission of supervision




   Supply
  P...
Rules
Reliability
Security
Weconomics community organization model




                       PRODIS
                   Network Suppliers
           ...
Weconomics community organization model

                        SOTIC foundation: commission of supervision


           ...
Voorbeeld portal
Door-to-door model: not efficient: n*(n-1) = 30 relations




   Supplier A                                               ...
Hub & spoke model: efficiënt: n*2 = 12 relations




     supply
                                                         ...
Ambition: all roles work together



Producer material
                                                      Executer

Cus...
Examples of Weconomics partners
Weconomics
The world is your company
  What would you do ??

 Interested or questions? call / mail me!
          www.paulb...
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  1. 1. An introduction to Weconomics Nothing else in the world is so powerful as an idea whose time has come (Victor hugo)
  2. 2. W h a t is W e c o n o m ic s ? Weconomics is a new organization model for the community economy. Its goal is to increase productivity of information workers
  3. 3. Program 1. Developments & problems 2. Companies, competition & Communities 3. Productivity 4. Information worker 5. Change: yes we can 6. Weconomics model 7. Crowd funding experiment 8. Example community: IBLC
  4. 4. Developments: & problems - Globalization, economic - Demographic / HRM - Technologic - Organizational - Ecological -> C h a n g e y o u r w a y o f t h in k in g -> W e c o n o m ic s
  5. 5. In 2 0 3 0 8-9 billion people on earth:  they all connect via LinkedIn, Facebook  they all want a house, 2 cars, 3 TV‟s  they all want to take a shower and eat meat World problems: shortage on food, energy, clean water
  6. 6. E c o l o g ic a l d e v e l o p m e n t s  Shortage on energy, food en water  To much CO2 If we all live like Americans: we need 6 planets !!
  7. 7. T e c h n ic a l d e v e l o p m e n t s - Community software - Wiki‟s, social media, blogs, feeds - Web services - Semantic web - Google Doc‟s, Maps, Wave, social search
  8. 8. From 20 t o 4 years sam e em p loyer 25 20 15 10 5 0 19 6 0 19 7 0 19 8 0 19 9 0 2000 2 0 10 Bron: http://www.bls.gov/news.release/pdf/tenure.pdf
  9. 9.  6 on 7 people don‟t have meaningful job  12 (NKL), 780 (VS) billion on mental absence  more contractors  common employment contract disappear  100 billion recruitment costs (USA)
  10. 10. Organizational shift Traditionalist Boomer Gen X Gen Y Training The hard way Too much and I’ll Required to keep Continuous & leave me expected Learning style Classroom Facilitated Independent Collaborative & networked Communication Horizontal Independent Collaborative Top down Decision Making Seeks approval Team informed Team included Collaborative Leadership Command & style control Get out of the way Coach Partner Feedback No news is good Once per year Weekly/daily On demand, 360 news Job changing Unwise Sets me back Necessary Keep options open Source: Lancaster, L.C. and Stillman, D. When Generations Collide: Who They Are. Why They Clash. How to Solve the Generational Puzzle at Work. Wheaton, IL. Harper Business, 2003.
  11. 11. The world changes Do instruments change??
  12. 12. If the world is your company What would you do ??
  13. 13. Program 1. Developments & problems 2. Companies, competition & Communities 3. Productivity 4. Information worker 5. Change: yes we can 6. Weconomics model 7. Crowd funding experiment 8. Example community: IBLC
  14. 14. W h a t is W e c o n o m ic s ? Weconomics is a new organization model for the community economy. Its goal is to increase productivity of information workers
  15. 15. C o m p a n ie s ………?? Why - Do we work in companies ? - Are we trapped in tra ffic ja m a t 8. 30 in the m orning? - Do we identify ours elves with the com pany we work for? Why do companies exist? Who made them and why?
  16. 16. People are accepting the ground rules of our society and institutions as companies, banks and government as given circumstances But:
  17. 17. These rules Were written and these institution started at a very specific moment ant with a very specific agenda in mind
  18. 18. W h y c o m p a n ie s e x is t ? H o w d id t h e y s t a r t ? 1. To overlive corpses ( ca tholic church) 2. To make expeditions (Dutch VO C) 3. To build railways, bridges (USA) 4. To lower transaction costs ( Industrial era) 5. To protect reliability 6. To make a money ea rning m a chine for s hareholders
  19. 19. C o m p a n ie s ? Why is the goal of a company continuity...... while the world Changes so quickly?
  20. 20. P r o b l e m s c o m p a n ie s 1. Innovation? 2. Limited resources?? 3. Financial shareholder value 4. Complexity 5. Accountability 6. Job security ??
  21. 21. Companies Do we really need them? What good does it brings?
  22. 22. Competitions What good does it brings??
  23. 23. We all inhabit this small planet. We all breath the same air. We all cherish our children's future. And we are all mortal (JFK) Why and with whom do we compete ?
  24. 24. Two questions Do we really need : 1. companies 2. to compete What is the alternative?
  25. 25. Companies change  Smaller  Smarter  Employees work 3-4 years  Company employee -> individual (freelancer) Buildings brake down to building stones Company -> networks -> communities
  26. 26. Home communities
  27. 27. Professional in communities
  28. 28. Examples of Weconomics partners
  29. 29. Program 1. Developments & problems 2. Companies, competition & Communities 3. Productivity 4. Information worker 5. Change: yes we can 6. Weconomics model 7. Crowd funding experiment 8. Example community: IBLC
  30. 30. W h a t is W e c o n o m ic s ? Weconomics is a new organization model for the community economy. Its goal is to increase productivity of information workers
  31. 31. W h y in c r e a s e p r o d u c t iv it y In 2040: 15% less workforce in NL No BBP growth thanx to credit crises More competition from BRIC countries Limited resources planet earth Our evolution : we don‟t make things worse
  32. 32. Existing institutions like corporation's, banks and government are biggest treat to productivity improvement
  33. 33. They don‟t cooperate they invent the wheel again and again
  34. 34. If the world is your company What would you do ??
  35. 35. Program 1. Developments & problems 2. Companies, competition & Communities 3. Productivity 4. Information worker 5. Change: yes we can 6. Weconomics model 7. Crowd funding experiment 8. Example community: IBLC
  36. 36. W h a t is W e c o n o m ic s ? Weconomics is a new organization model for the community economy. Its goal is to increase productivity of information workers
  37. 37. Our working evolution
  38. 38. Program 1. Developments & problems 2. Companies, competition & Communities 3. Productivity 4. Information worker 5. Change: yes we can 6. Weconomics model 7. Crowd funding experiment 8. Example community: IBLC
  39. 39. A new innovation doesn‟t over win by convincing opponents, and show them the light, but because the old generation eventually dies and a new generation will grow up with that innovation. (Max Planck)
  40. 40. "The world we have created is a product of our thinking; it cannot be changed without changing our thinking." (Albert Einstein)
  41. 41. C h a n g e = d if f ic u l t  My Comfort zone  It is always been this way  This is not how it works here  We love rules
  42. 42. C h a n g e = N ic e Never stop asking why Never, never, never….. stop asking why not 
  43. 43. More and more we work in communities
  44. 44. need will extinct Communities replaces companies Cooperation replaces competition The information worker will extinct How will the future look like ??
  45. 45. Communities replace Companies? Utopia??.......think ahead!!! What if the customers of Henry Ford asked him: `Can you build us a a car…..?‟ And he had said: `No, Can‟t do that…….. but I can build you a quicker horse „
  46. 46. N o u t o p ia : IB L C c o m m u n it y Since 1994 > 1.000 organizations > 250 partners > 30.000 products > 50.000 bookings
  47. 47. V is io n Companies, banks and governments as we know them now will no longer be the center of commerce. We will work more via communities which are more organic and run for an by the people From company based to community based
  48. 48. A m b it io n Improve productivity of information workers 50 times before 2040.
  49. 49. Program 1. Developments & problems 2. Companies, competition & Communities 3. Productivity 4. Information worker 5. Change: yes we can 6. Weconomics model 7. Crowd funding experiment 8. Example community: IBLC
  50. 50. W e c o n o m ic s m odel 3 lev els: 1. Way of Thinking 2. Infrastructure 3. Domain
  51. 51. "The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them."
  52. 52. W e c o n o m ic s d o m a in s  Assessments  Courses, Training & Development, Coaching  Recruitment  Accommodations  Advise hours, consultants  Knowledge management  Innovation Domains in market, instrument, region
  53. 53. W e c o n o m ic s R o l e s  Finance: Crowd funding  Marketing: Pull marketing  R&D via open innovation  Logistics of information  Production by computers (lopende band)  Legal: equal conditions, mediation, SOTIC
  54. 54. 10 c o r e p r in c ip l e s o f W e c o n o m ic s
  55. 55. 1. Profile --> connect --> collaborate network (see LinkedIn) Collaboration = king
  56. 56. 2. “What binds us” in stead of “what differs us” compose instead of oppose
  57. 57. 3. Holistic & Wikinomics principles (see Wikipedia), mass collaboration, peering, sharing, crowd sourcing
  58. 58. 4. User first then other stakeholders change value chain: user is the boss
  59. 59. 5. Trusted, semantic & secured information to/from primary processes (no Google)
  60. 60. 6. Individual & community driven, organization supported (no LinkedIn)
  61. 61. 7. Connected to best practice independent core infrastructure, with flexible channels
  62. 62. 8. Disconnect logistics and commerce, content and publication
  63. 63. 9. Transparency and easy to get more user pull, less sales push reverse marketing, pull marketing
  64. 64. 10. A balanced network of partners network suppliers and a supervisor
  65. 65. W h e n d o e s W e c o n o m ic s w o r k : you want change you stay with the 10 principles authentic, flexible, honest and clear leadership defined target and target group real trade , enough volume Use an index you have enough time !!
  66. 66. W h e n d o e s it n o t w o r k ? If you still believe the earth is flat and Santa Claus is still alive
  67. 67. Program 1. Developments & problems 2. Companies, competition & Communities 3. Productivity 4. Information worker 5. Change: yes we can 6. Weconomics model 7. Crowd funding experiment 8. Example community: IBLC
  68. 68. Problem with working in communities??
  69. 69. Tragedy of commons
  70. 70. Solution: Weconomics Index
  71. 71. Weconomics Index how do you cooperate ? how reliable are you ? provide meaningful information ? is it secured ? Don‟t lie !!
  72. 72. Crowd funding Direct relation between money giver and taker Direct influence on project progress Direct control by SOTIC, reliable No provision, system cost or whatever Separate cash flow via Weconomics Foundation Project leading via independent Prodis Labs.
  73. 73. Crowdfunding project Financiering boek `De geschiedenis van Weconomics deel I’ 1. Nodig: € 25.000 voor redactie, eerste druk en promotie 2. Start: 10-11-2009, einde: 1-2-2010 3. Minimale inleg = 100 euro 4. Rendement: verdubbeling binnen 1 jaar 5. Toezicht: SOTIC 6. Geldstroom: Weconomics foundation 7. Project eigenaar: Paul Bessems 8. Uitkering: 40% royalty's (prijs boek € 19,95) 9. Status project: 331 pagina’s, doel 400 Naast dit experiment mag je ook direct meedoen met project!!
  74. 74. Crowdfunding experiment Opties: A. Neem deze 50 euro mee naar huis (unanieme beslissing) B. Investeer deze 50 euro! Voeg er zelf 50 euro bij en doe mee met crowdfunding project (individuele beslissing) Vergeet niet !!! Tragedy of Commons Weconomics_Index
  75. 75. Crowdfunding experiment Spelregels: 1. Iemand die niet wil bijleggen kan 50 euro aanbieden aan iemand anders die er 50 bijlegt. 2. Je mag 50 euro ook teruggeven 3. Je krijgt het dubbele uitbetaald binnen 1 jaar. 4. Je hoeft nu geen 50 euro bij je te hebben, betaling later 5. Maximaal 10 minuten, ik ga de zaal uit 6. Frank observeert procesgang (en bewaakt het geld  ) Rekenvoorbeelden 50 (foundation) + 50 (Jij) = 100 -> 200 Je: Inleg = 50 | Uitkering = 150 | Winst = 100 100 (foundation, 2*) + 100 (Jij) = 200 -> 400 Je: Inleg = 100 | Uitkering = 300 | Winst = 200
  76. 76. Crowdfunding project Waarom zou je meedoen en voor B kiezen ? 1. Bewijzen dat het werkt 2. We hebben banken niet nodig 3. Geld verdienen (mooi rendement) 4. Ervaring opdoen met crowdfunding 5. Weconomics steunen 6. Naamsvermelding in boek (met dank aan…..) 7. Verhoging Weconomics index Je bent niet raar je bent anders !!
  77. 77. Program 1. Developments & problems 2. Companies, competition & Communities 3. Productivity 4. Information worker 5. Change: yes we can 6. Weconomics model 7. Crowd funding experiment 8. Example community: IBLC
  78. 78. Example IBLC community Domain = Dutch Training & Development market Advisor/Intermediary User/Buyer Supplier Network supplier
  79. 79. Weconomics model: market Supply Partner A Demand Partner X Supply Intermediary Intermediary Partner B Partner D ? Partner W Demand Partner Y Supply Demand Partner C Partner Z
  80. 80. Weconomics community organization model Domain Leader Supply Partner A Demand Partner X Supply Intermediary Community Intermediary Demand Partner B Partner D Partner W Partner Y Supply Demand Partner C Partner Z
  81. 81. Not technical connection
  82. 82. Human connection
  83. 83. Authentic Leadership
  84. 84. Weconomics model: network supplier Supply Partner A Demand Partner X Supply Intermediary Community Intermediary Demand Partner B Partner D Partner W Partner Y Supply Demand Partner C Partner Z PRODIS Network Suppliers IT/COM/R&D/SSC
  85. 85. Network supplier: Infrastructure
  86. 86. Transport, warehouse, repack
  87. 87. Communication
  88. 88. Shared service center
  89. 89. Innovation Labs
  90. 90. Weconomics community organization model SOTIC foundation: commission of supervision Supply Partner A Demand Partner X Supply Intermediary Community Intermediary Demand Partner B Partner D Partner W Partner Y Supply Demand Partner C Partner Z
  91. 91. Rules
  92. 92. Reliability
  93. 93. Security
  94. 94. Weconomics community organization model PRODIS Network Suppliers IT/COM/R&D/SSC Weconomics Employees foundation Organizations Domain leaders Funding Individuals
  95. 95. Weconomics community organization model SOTIC foundation: commission of supervision Domain Leader Supply Partner A Demand Partner X Supply Intermediary Community Intermediary Demand Partner B Partner D Partner W Partner Y Supply Demand Partner C Partner Z PRODIS Network Suppliers IT/COM/R&D/SSC Weconomics Employees foundation Organizations Domain leaders Funding Individuals
  96. 96. Voorbeeld portal
  97. 97. Door-to-door model: not efficient: n*(n-1) = 30 relations Supplier A Buyer K System X System 1 Supplier B Buyer L System Y System 2 Buyer Z Supplier C System 3 System Z
  98. 98. Hub & spoke model: efficiënt: n*2 = 12 relations supply demand partner A Information partner K interface interface Community supply Internet Internet demand partner B Internet partner L interface interface Bookings demand supply partner M partner C
  99. 99. Ambition: all roles work together Producer material Executer Customer Payments Supplier A Applicant Supplier B Intermediary Knowledge center Exam institute Authorizer Shared Service Center Accommodation
  100. 100. Examples of Weconomics partners
  101. 101. Weconomics The world is your company What would you do ?? Interested or questions? call / mail me! www.paulbessems.com paul.bessems@prodis.nl +31 (0)6 20 30 13 11

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