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Charles Ehin <Kal...@msn.com> wrote:
>Well said, David!
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: David Meggitt<mailto:ma...@davidmeggitt.com>
> To: Value Networks<mailto:value-n...@googlegroups.com>
> Sent: Monday, March 07, 2011 6:04 AM
> Subject: Re: VN evolving
> Michael, good question....
> Some thoughts are:
> 1) You can use value network approach (VNA) to co-evolve from nothing
> a business ecosystem with overall purpose see for example
> 2) In general, where two or more are involved in ANY form of activity,
> use VNA to help discover what is really wanted and can be achieved by
> reciprocal action.
> If you are thinking of how individuals / groups can coalesce and
> change country governance, use VNA to create a vision for the future
> which the power of the people could,. thriough other means, bring
> 3) Re your first para, VNA incorporates both de jure (controlled
> access) and de facto ( shared access) modes. The items in brackets
> have been borrowed from Prof Charles Ehin's terminology.
> - David
> On Mar 5, 10:31 am, Michael _P <m3pou...@yahoo.com<mailto:m3pou...@yahoo.com>> wrote:
> > Hello all
> > In the most of cases where I've seen VNA, it worked on de facto but
> > hidden network: VNA had re- or discovered the value network and
> > allowed to use it for the different purposes.
> > I'd like to solicit your opinion on opposite process where VN is
> > evolving, growing and expanding consciously. An example of such
> > process (which may be not really Value network) is a spread of rumor:
> > one or a few seeds start a wave of information spreading highlighting
> > only those participants who are interested (i.e. the rumor does not
> > spread from the people who are informed but not interested in the
> > subject).
> > I guess such self-evolving networks are modelled in mathematics and
> > (more likely than not) known in the social science. Please, advice the
> > models and theories with this regard.
> > Thank you in advance,
> > - Michael Poulin
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