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Framing an offer

2. Develop products and services
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Lisa Martinez

on 22 July 2014

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Transcript of Framing an offer

An Offer in Design
Conclusion
Thank you for your attention!
And one more thing...
is here
Social Media Virtual Teams
Professional Network of Professionals
Define the problem
Volunteers
The audience
The challenge
Senior Professionals with higher order thinking skills.

The people who influence the decision makers across the globe.
We have a group owner who hardly sleeps and needs to work on other important work.

The overhead is entirely unpaid.
1 person to team model
Group Owner to a team of volunteers
Higher standards which sustain the members interest
Variety of skills required
with volunteers interest not entirely a matched.
Project Group
One World
Journal
Webinar
Series
Tools
(cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr
(cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr
Manage
Tools
Criteria to
Evaluate
What's In
it for me?
Knowledge
Experts
Support
Model
1 page
Panel
Speaker
schedule
Criteria
Measure
Performance
Economic
Indicators
Vertical Markets
Public
Sector
Private
Sector
Environment
Healthcare
A group of system thinkers
Wisdom as a Service
The Offer as a whole
the process flow
1. One page initiates the problem in a logical format
2. Creating a co-map from the one page increases the contributions from others and may initiate other tools to use.
3. Initiate discussions for system thinking members to participate in the subject, consider a webinar series
4. Elicit feedback on the synthesis of discussions and research by drafting a paper for publishing once peer reviewed.
5. Peer review the paper - then publish to the appropriate journal
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