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Challenges in a Networked World. Per Åman Strategi och styrning 2013. Challenges. Globalization. Scale, scope, reach, diversity, distance; costs, competition. Dynamic s. Pace, change, time, process, Innovation; product and process, uncertainty. Intangibles.

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challenges in a networked world

Challenges in a Networked World

Per Åman

Strategi och styrning 2013

challenges
Challenges

Globalization

Scale, scope, reach, diversity, distance; costs, competition

Dynamics

Pace, change, time, process, Innovation; product and process, uncertainty

Intangibles

Knowledge, IPR, expressiveness, meaning, values

Ethics and sustainability issues

Reputation, social responsibility, green

a flat world
A Flat World?
  • The world is connected
  • The world is big
  • The world is intangible
  • based on binarycode
  • is a series of narratives
  • is branded
  • is competing on significance
  • is a service economy
  • The world is a clashbetweencivilizations
  • The world is spikey and clustered
  • The world has a shiftingpoint of gravity
  • The world is a series of networks
  • The world is a dynamicecosystem
  • The world is a an ecologicalclockticking

Per Åman

liberalization and deregulation the world became bigger
Liberalization and deregulation: The world becamebigger

China

East E

Jap

LA

Eu

US

SEA

India

Time

Per Åman

slide8
T

The great acceleration

Northern hemisphere

averagesurfacehemisphere

Population

CO2

concentration

GDP

1800

1900

2000

Fisheries

exploited

Loss of rainforest & weedland

Water use

Paper consumption

FDI

Species extinction

Ozone

depletion

Motor vehicles

intangible
Intangible

Technological knowhow

Business Models

Binary code/ digital

Competing on significance

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Intangible assets are also unlikely to be traded (i.e., markets, if they exist, will be “thin”) because their underlying value often derives from the presence of complementary assets,

intangible assets are often costly to transfer (Teece, 1981).

value can flow to the enterprise from the astute creation, combination, transfer, accumulation, and protection of intangible assets.

Intangible assets are the new “natural resources” of the global economy, in the sense that they underpin enterprise (and national) wealth generation capacities.

Teece. 2011

intangibles the conceptualization of the economy
Intangibles: The ’conceptualization’ of the economy

”…an electronicplatform for the transmission of ideas at negligible marginal cost.”

Alan Greenspan, 2004

Per Åman

business models
Business models

Programmer

Appstore

iTunes

iPhone

End user

the world is flat triple convergence
The world is flat- ”tripleconvergence”

New technology – a new platform

”In the yearsroughlycoincidental with the

Netscape IPO, humans begananimating inert objects

with tinyslivers of intelligence, connectingthem

into a global field, and linkingtheminto a singlething.”

Kevin Kelly

New business models

”..new business practices, that were less about

command and control and moreaboutconnecting

and collaboratinghorizontally.”

New and morepeople

”..the next generation of innovation will come from

All over Planet Flat.”

Per Åman

intangibles as significance narratives as experiential products
Intangibles as significance: narratives as experientialproducts

Afictitious story,books(67 languages), films, a brand, an experience, an escape,

a global distribution, a meaningful time, a movement of followers,

a business success (Books: over £400M 2008, Films: over $2412M,

DVD?, Merchandizing ?)

Per Åman