Strategic Flexibility in OI
A Coggle Diagram about Business Models
(Tangible - Objectively-existing structures and processes
- Host Applications
- Embedded Application
- Dual licensing
, Intangible - Cognitive meaning structures. Cognitive aspects of management, information sharing , and participation in communities are the foundation for an individual actor's action, and for the development of the whole community. The faculty for the human-like processing of information, applying knowledge and changing preferences.
, Value Proposition - Recognizing product-related services as an indistinguishable component of the offering.
, Resources - Explore and combine resources (skills and capabilities) that are distributed across the community and its actors.
, Centrality of relationships - focus shifts from creating value through internal activities to creating value through external relations (important in the development and commercialization of innovations. Types of relationships - a)Supplier, b)Customer, c)Complementor, d)Competitor.
, Profit Aspiration - the ways in which a company captures value and transfroms it into revenue. Cost structures between close and open innovation mode is very different. Most salient issue is free distribution of software.
and Licensing and Copyrights - Multitude of chices for the ownership of intellectual properties and for the potential to use, modify and distribute software.
and Concerns - Distributed models of innovation involving several autonomous actors, are difficult to control, manage and commercialize.
), Propositions on strategic flexibility
) and Market Orientation - The organization-wide generation of market intelligence pertaining to current and future customer needs, dissemination fo intelligence across departments, and organization wide responsiveness to it.