Monthly Archives: July 2016

Systemic business model development?

Business model canvas and the systems approach In this post I show how the well-known ‘Business model canvas’ can be represented very effectively using a concept map. I also argue that in many cases the design of a business model … Continue reading

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Rules of thumb and leverage points

How to link them to the workings of the systems approach? Inter-relationships          “So it’s all about inter-relationships?” somebody asked me, after I had tried to explain the systems approach. “Well, yes,” I replied, “but it’s also about Kauffman’s rules of … Continue reading

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The problem may be people

Yet, we mustn’t throw the baby out with the bathwater Relating Systems Thinking and Design   … is the title of a symposium held in Banff, Canada on September 1, 2015. The keynote was delivered by Don Norman, whose work mostly … Continue reading

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