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The NETLIPSE Programme and New Innovative Business Designs Brane Semolic Zagreb, 9th November 2009 1 Programme NETLIPSE Network Meeting
GLOBAL CHALLENGES? 1 2 © B.Semolic, IC-2009
Nowadays Challenges Unstable and globalized business environment, Fast technological development, Higher and interdisciplinary technological literacy, Knowledge based economy, Ecological problems and restrictions 3 © B.Semolic, IC-2009
The Enterprise of the Future Hungry for Change, Innovative Beyond Customer Imagination, Globally Integrated, Disruptive by Nature, Genuine, not Just Generous Hungry for Change, Innovative Beyond Customer Imagination, Globally Integrated, Disruptive by Nature, Genuine, not Just Generous Global CEO Study Executive Summary 2009 © B.Semolic, IC-2009 4
6 Technical development Organizational development © B.Semolic, IC-2009 Fayol, Taylor,... Peter Drucker Statement!
7 “The corporation as we know it, which is now 120 years old, is not likely to survive the next 25 years. Legally and financially, yes, but not structurally and economically.” Peter Drucker (New York, 2000) © B.Semolic, IC-2009
Supporting Theories theory of networks, transaction costs, network organization, process based organizations, virtual organizations, collaboration platforms, industrial clusters, program and project management etc. 8 © B.Semolic, IC-2009
NETWORKING ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES 9 © B.Semolic, IC-2009
10 © B.Semolic, IC-2009
Connectivity and Mobility Smartphone shipments x1000 Source: Barani, TEKES, 2008 © B.Semolic, IC-2009 11
Source: Barani, TEKES, 2008 3D Internet Internet of services Future networks Internet of Objects © B.Semolic, IC-2009 12
13 objects peopleorganizations Semolic, 2002 © B.Semolic, IC-2009
NEW BUSINESS MODELS 14 © B.Semolic, IC-2009
Clasical functional organization Flexible – project Oriented organization 20th century 21st century © B.Semolic, IC-2009 15
16 Authentic Business Design Permanent Changes Permanent Changes Networked Suppliers & Partners Innovations Innovative products & services Need for permanent innovations and changes by use of authentic business design Networked Organization RTD Marketing Sales Design Technology Procurement Production © B.Semolic, IC-2009
Networking Domains 17 Core Business Business Partners &Customers Business supporting environment Researchers © B.Semolic, IC-2009
18 © B.Semolic, IC-2009
Organisational Strategy Behavioural Strategy Structural Strategy Technical Strategy Change Attitudes & Values Change Org. Architecture & Design Change Operations & Methods New BehavioursNew RelationshipsNew Processes TRANSFORMED ORGANIZATION & IMPROVED PERFORMANCE (Adapted from Harvey, Brown and Steyn) © B.Semolic, IC-2009
CULTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF KNOWLEDGE BASED NETWORKED ORGANIZATION © B.Semolic, IC-2009 20
Cooperation vs. Collaboration collaboration cooperation Control Authonomy High Low High Low © B.Semolic, IC-2009 21
Motivation vs. Order motivation order Control Authonomy High Low High Low © B.Semolic, IC-2009 22
Co-creation vs. Performance Co-creation performance Control Authonomy High Low High Low © B.Semolic, IC-2009 23
Self-organization vs. Subordinance subordinance Control Authonomy High Low High Low Self-organization © B.Semolic, IC-2009 24
Coordination and Leadership vs. Controller Controller Control Authonomy High Low High Low Coordination and leadership © B.Semolic, IC-2009 25
Trust vs. Obey obey Control Authonomy High Low High Low trust © B.Semolic, IC-2009 26
Dynamic Open Networked vs. Classical Hierarhical Organization Classical hierarchical orgnization Control Authonomy High Low High Low Dynamic open networked organization © B.Semolic, IC-2009 27
COMPONENTS OF BUSINESS NETWORKS 28 © B.Semolic, IC-2009
Components A.Business needs compatibility, B.Organizational compatibility, C.Corporate culture compatibility, D.Connectivity (IT) E.Interoperability (IT) 29 © B.Semolic, IC-2009
Business Collaboration Potential Existing business needs of participating organizations, Presence of collaboration supporting environment © B.Semolic, IC-2009 30 BCP OCPCHBP
Organizational Collaboration Potential Compatibility of exisiting business systems, Compatibility of business processes, Compatibility of used organizational standards © B.Semolic, IC-2009 31 BCP OCPCHBP
Corporate Human Behavioural Potential Atitude of involved personal, Psyhological climate © B.Semolic, IC-2009 32 BCP OCPCHBP
IT Collaboration Potential Virtual presence Connectivity Interoperability © B.Semolic, IC-2009 33 BCP OCPCHBP ITCP
I am always doing what I can’t do, so that I may learn how to do it... © B.Semolic, IC-2009 34
(c) by dr.Brane Semolic, P&TMI, FL & INOVA Consulting, 2008 SMEs Production Networks & Open Sourced Software ZPM International Expert Seminar ’08 Radenci,
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