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e3value user guide

Designing Your Ecosystem in a Digital World

Jaap Gordijn en Roel Wieringa • Boek • loose-leaf

  • Samenvatting
    The e3value method is an easy to use graphical approach to explore, understand, and analyze eco-systems in which enterprises cooperate to satisfy the needs of end-users. Examples of such eco-systems are the well-known platforms such as Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Uber, but also business networks such as the music industry or the electricity sector. This book introduces the e3value method in an accessable way with many examples. Also, the book is handy if you want to construct e3value models using the software tool that we provide at e3web.thevalueengineers.nl.
  • Productinformatie
    Binding : Loose-leaf
    Distributievorm : Boek (print, druk)
    Formaat : 148mm x 210mm
    Aantal pagina's : 109
    Uitgeverij : The Value Engineers
    ISBN : 9789082852431
    Datum publicatie : 02-2021
  • Inhoudsopgave
    1 Introduction
    1.1 Value networks
    1.2 Innovation
    1.3 Value models
    1.4 When to use e3value
    2 Value Networks
    2.1 Actors
    2.2 Market segments
    2.3 Value activities
    2.4 Partnerships
    3 Economic Transactions
    3.1 Value objects
    3.2 Value ports
    3.3 Value transfers
    3.4 Value interfaces and value transactions
    3.5 Value offering and bundling
    3.6 Value interfaces of market segments
    3.7 Value interfaces of value activities
    3.8 Value interfaces of partnerships
    4 Dependency Elements
    4.1 Customer needs
    4.2 Boundary elements
    4.3 Dependency paths
    4.4 And-dependencies
    4.5 Or-dependencies
    4.6 Dependency graphs
    5 Quantification
    5.1 Properties
    5.2 Customer need occurrences
    5.3 Sizing market segments
    5.4 Quantifying or-dependencies
    5.5 Cardinality dependencies
    5.6 Same-object bundling
    5.6.1 Port cardinalities
    5.6.2 Value transfer cardinalities
    5.6.3 Where to specify same-object bundling?
    5.7 Transaction choice ratios
    5.7.1 Transaction dependency
    5.8 Valuations of a value transfer
    5.8.1 Money transfers5
    5.8.2 Non-money transfers
    5.9 Expenses
    5.10 Investments
    5.11 Computing property values
    6 Net Value Flow Analysis
    6.1 Traces
    6.2 Net value flow analysis of an actor
    6.3 Net value flow analysis for a market segment
    6.4 Net value flow analysis of a value activity
    6.5 Net value flow analysis of a partnership
    6.5.1 Independent valuations
    7 Discounted Net Value Flow Analysis of a Time Series
    7.1 Time series
    7.2 Naive net present cash flow analysis
    7.3 Discounted net present cash flow analysis
    7.4 The cost of risk
    7.5 Discounted net present cash flow computation in the time series tool
    8 Fraud Scenarios
    8.1 Representing fraud scenarios
    8.2 Analyzing fraud scenarios
    A The e3value Ontology
    B Properties
    C The e3value Expression Language
    C.1 Object names and identifiers
    C.2 Properties
    C.3 Absolute navigation paths
    C.4 Relative navigation paths
    Bibliography
    Index
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This is book treats the syntax and semantics of e3value and explains the various analyses that can be done with the e3value software tools. E3value is a language to build and analyse business models of value networks. Software tools to edit and analyze e3value are available from our web site www.thevalueengineers.nl.

Network organizations have existed as long as businesses have existed. Every business, no matter what technology it uses, interacts with a network of suppliers, customers, partners, sponsors, regulators, malicious actors, competitors, and other actors. For example, Ikea is part of a value network of designers, manufacturers, suppliers of raw materials, logistics companies and others who cooperate to deliver furniture to customers. Without its value network, Ikea has nothing to offer. Hence, we view its offer of furniture as an offering made by its entire value network.

E3value is a language and set of analysis techniques to represent and analyse value networks. A value model is a representation of
a value network in e3value . A value model does not represent processes but economic exchanges in which two or more parties exchange something of value for them. It does not represent when and how these exchanges take place. It represents
• who exchanges what value objects with whom;
• which customer needs are answered by this, and
• what revenue and expenses are generated by this for each actor.
A value model represents a value network during a period of time, called the contract period. The exchanges among actors represented in the value model are agreements about what objects of economic value the actors will exchange during the contract period. e3value represents just enough to be able to make revenue estimations and net present value estimates for actors in the network. To do this you annotate a model with estimates of market size, number of customer needs and the monetary value of object exchanges among actors. Our supporting tools can then compute assessment of commercial viability and well-being for a contract period, and can do net present value flow estimations for a sequence of contract
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