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Group 1. VSM Transformation - Development. Luc Hoebeke: Making work systems better. Domain. Attributes. Process levels. P1. P2. P3. P4. P5. Internal focus. External focus. D1 Added value (operational) (Short-term) (0-2 years). Looking at Added Value: Throughput time Volume

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Group 1

Group 1

VSM

Transformation - Development


Luc Hoebeke: Making work systems better

Domain

Attributes

Process levels

P1

P2

P3

P4

P5

Internal focus

External focus

D1

Added value

(operational)

(Short-term)

(0-2 years)

Looking at

Added Value:

Throughput time

Volume

Quality

Price

Key descriptors:

Transformation process

Strategic dilemma

Control information

Audit information

Developmental act.

D2

Innovation

(strategic)

Ensure you have

Capacity to add value

Desirability

Feasibility

Transferability

Systemicity

Key descriptors:

Desirability

Feasibility

Transferability

Systemicity

D3: Value system

D4: Spiritual


Overview of the 4 domains and their time-spans

(Source: Making Work Systems Better; Luc Hoebeke; Internet edition; January 2000)

Domain 1

Work System

In ADDED VALUE domain

1 day - 2 years

Process level 3

1 - 2 years

Domain 2

Work System

In INNOVATION domain

1 - 10 years

Process level 5

5 - 10 years

Work System

In VALUE-SYSTEMS domain

5 - 50 years

Domain 3

Domain 4

Work System

In SPIRITUAL domain

20 years +

Process level 7

20 - 50 years


Luc Hoebeke: Making work systems better (VWS - viable work system)

DOMAIN

ATTRIBUTES

(BASIC DESCRIPTION)

PROCESS LEVELS

P1

P2

P3

P4

P5

R1

R2

R3

R4

1d-3m

3m-1y

1-2y

2-5y

5-10y

Internal focus

External focus

For the system to be viable - All 7 process levels must be present & staffed by the right people

D1

Added value

(operational)

(Short-term)

(0-2 years)

LOOKING AT ADDED VALUE

Throughput time

Volume requirements

Quality requirements

Price requirements

KEY DESCRIPTORS

T: Transformation process

S: Basic Strategic dilemma

C: Control information

A: Audit information

D: Developmental activities

D2

Innovation

(strategic)

ENSURE YOU HAVE

CAPACITY TO ADD VALUE

Desirability, Feasibility

Transferability, Systemicity

KEY DESCRIPTORS

“DITTO”

T > S > C > A > D

D3

Value system

Generative, tolerant,

dialectical, congruent

P6

10-20y

“DITTO”

P7

20y +

T & S

D4

Spiritual

My existence

self-consciousness - identity

relatedness - death


Objective model triangle source luc hoebeke emba6 august 2007
Objective Model Triangle system)Source: Luc Hoebeke, EMBA6 (August 2007)

A person draws

on a model as a

potentially useful map

To deal with an

Issue in reality

Person

There is a relationship

Between a person

& an issue in reality

Issue

“Reality”

Model

A model

Has no meaning On its own.

Use the model To ask the

Right questions.

Reality is where

The action happens

LEARNING

Comes from working with a

MODEL IN REALTY

The interaction of the components

PROVIDES OBJECTIVTY

A MODEL

IS ALWAYS

CLOSED

REALITY

IS ALWAYS

OPEN

ALL

ACTION

IS LOCAL


Luc hoebeke pearls of wisdom drawn from stafford beer source luc hoebeke emba6 august 2007
Luc Hoebeke system)Pearls of wisdom drawn from Stafford BeerSource: Luc Hoebeke, EMBA6 (August 2007)

  • The purpose of the system is what it does – never what it says it does, (Stafford Beer)

    • Establish who is directly involved with the system.

    • There are no organizational or societal problems.

    • There are only people with problems.

    • You can only work with the problem owners.

  • The SSM serves as a methodolgy that accommodates action

  • The SSM serves as a tool for getting the accommodation process (of different world-views) leading to action.

  • Out of action the consensus can come …from shared meaning.


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