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Relationship Economy Framework

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Jerry Michalski

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Transcript of Relationship Economy Framework

The Relationship Economy:
Framework & Concepts
Abstract
Pragmatic
Interesting stuff happens here
January 2011 -- Jerry Michalski, REX founder
@jerrymichalski & TheREXpedition.com
Sector Analysis
Stakeholder Analysis
Yin
Yang
Relationships
Macroeconomic
Analysis
Competitors
Management
Employees
Suppliers
Investors
Customers
Prospective
Customers
Communities
Regulators
π
π
G
Supply Chain
Media Industry
Commerce
The Commons
Free
Thrivable = Profitable + Sustainable + Fun
Logical
Rational
Analytic
Scientific
Hierarchical
Power Over
Linear
Left-Brained
Algorithmic
Intuitive
Emotional
Spiritual
Feminine
Emergent
Ecological
Decentralized
Unmeasurable
Aesthetic
Joyful
Thrivable
Six Forces of the Relationship Economy
Open
Social
Abundant
Emergent
Question
Evidence
Action
Level
Yin/Yang
Macro
Sectors
Stakeholders
How might we balance Yin and Yang?
What are the new industrial relationships?
What can you do for $0?
How do organizations build authentic relationships with their stakeholders?
Lamas + fMRI; open source; healing land
Rebalance
Co-production; thriving with the Commons
Reshape
Craigslist; unschooling; DIY everything
Rethink
Social media; openness; transparency; codesign
Revalue
Rebalancing
Big-Picture
Analysis
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