Value-creation starts with openness. Feel free to interpret and comment on this very draft model.+ anyone out there who would like to participate.
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- Thanks for pointing me to this model. I love the clarity and dynamics! To show you that it probably works as designed, let me tell what thougts your model triggered with me: I see 3 steps/layers/stages which build on one another:
1. Prerequisites that are evolving: Openness evolves into transparency, and this creates trust. One could add other prerequisites like leadership (evolving to creating meaning and creating engagement/commitment)
2. Behaviour that is encouraged by this prerequisites: Participation is the first step, and this evolves to engagement, (social) learning, sharing, coordinatin (evolving to collaboration - or maybe this are two separate behaviors) and serendepity.
3. Value created or enhanced by this behavior: Innovation, customer satisfaction, employee satisfaction, winning great talent, etc.
The only item I can't place properly is awareness (that's where +Joachim Stroh perceives the chasm). To me, participation somehow does not fit in the picture, and it sounds a bit unspecific - but maybe I'm just unaware of what you mean by awareness ;-)
And one last thought: I'm not sure if I understand the funnel motive correctly. To me, it looks like something starting at value creation and then narrowing down to openness. Like you could drop a stone at value creation, and it would spin around the funnel, all the way down to openness. But I may just look at it from a weird perspective :-)Oct 15, 2012
- This is hard cause it gets fuzzy when trying to be linear....but I think you have done a good job
Trust/Relationships is a symptom of engagement so that would be in another circle again.
Where do you see "visibility" (observable work) in the currency of value creation...perhaps it's the same as openness and awareness
http://nextthingsnext.blogspot.com.au/2011/04/whats-vis.htmlOct 15, 2012
- Thank you all for your comments and contributions. I will use your input and give this model some extra thought and refine it. Perhaps I'm trying to show too much. The original idea was to show the enablers of participation: openness, transparency, and awareness.
Without openness, the door is closed for anyone who wants to participate.
With openness but no or limited transparency, the number and quality of potential participants will be delimited.
With openness and (high) transparency, anyone anywhere can become aware of opportunities to participate and choose whether or not to actually participate.
The outer ring is more about the potential effects of participation.Oct 16, 2012
- Oscar, my mind is along the same asin terms of the visual being layered. I suppose that as I try to exhibit the behaviours shown above, while finding it hard to be open (and expose my ideas to the network), I am a little open, I share a bit, then I become more open etc, and all of these behaviours are strengthened bit by bit. So, how can this be visualised as network behaviour and not linear or (heavens forbid!) hierarchical?Oct 16, 2012
- I've riffed on this theme a bit:
http://www.jarche.com/2012/10/chance-favours-the-connected-company/Oct 16, 2012
- Ok, now I couldn't resist to add to this theme: https://plus.google.com/u/0/100641053530204604051/posts/fPzwfQvhXstOct 16, 2012