Value Networks and the True Nature of Collaboration by Verna Allee, Oliver Schwab
Value Networks and the true nature of collaboration provides a systemic, human-network approach to managing business operations and ecosystems. Value network modeling and analytics provide better support for collaborative, emergent work and complex activities.
With examples from everyday work teams through complex large-scale networks, this book simply and coherently lays out the new basics of collaborative work design and value creating networks. It explains the underlying concepts and shows how to map, analyze, and leverage value networks in a way that supports high social values and ethical practices - and achieves fast business results.
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Blog PostHow Do We Make People Do Things?
Gurteen Knowledge-Log, David Gurteen, 12 November 2007
A good video collection of interviews with a number of KM people
Posted to Gurteen Knowledge-Log by on 20 February 2011
BookThe Future of Knowledge (Oct 2002) by Verna Allee
Increasing Prosperity through Value Networks
Value Networks and the True Nature of Collaboration (Feb 2011) by Verna Allee, Oliver Schwab
DownloadExploiting Social Networking in Organizations Materials September 2004
The 5th Gurteen Knowledge Conference
Verna Allee Articles & Video
Two articles on Value Networks from Verna Allee
LinkVerna Allee's Website
Media FilePhotograph: Verna Allee
Video: Verna Allee: KM Europe, 2003
PersonVerna Allee Consultant & writer: value networks, knowledge management, intangibles, communities of practice, & new business models
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