Rich Co-creation

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What is Rich Co-creation? Originated by Jack Martin Leith, Rich Co‑creation is a purpose-led, egalitarian way of getting things done in which all necessary ecosystem members (stakeholders and beyond) work together from the outset and on an equal footing to … Continued

Intent

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Intent is an animating principle finding expression as a heartfelt desire to enrich the world in a particular way. Intent is a fusion of purpose and vision of realised potential: Purpose: Why the enterprise exists, beyond profit. I consider purpose … Continued

Enterprise ecosystem

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The enterprise ecosystem is the constellation of entities — customers, suppliers, investors, regulatory bodies and so on—that affect, and are affected by directly or indirectly, the actions of the enterprise. An enterprise ecosystem differs from a stakeholder system in that … Continued

Mission

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In a generative enterprise, mission is an enterprise-wide programme of work aimed at manifesting intent within a given timeframe.

Rich Co-creation principles

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There are three groups of principles, nested as shown in this graphic: Group 1: Principles relating to the enterprise as a whole. These principles also apply to projects and gatherings. Group 2: Principles relating to the projects the enterprise undertakes … Continued

Value and anti-value

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Value There are three main kinds of value: economic value, conceptual value, and experienced value Economic value means money, which comes in the form of revenue and profit for a business, and in the shape of donations for a charity. … Continued

Additional co-creation resources

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An Everyone Culture: Becoming a Deliberately Developmental Organization (book), by Robert Kegan and Lisa Laskow Lahey Co-creation: New pathways to value (pdf), by LSE Enterprise and Promise—now Omnicom-owned C Space ‘Collaboration’ Creates Mediocrity, Not Excellence, According to Science (article), by … Continued