Generating Viable Business Models from Industry Patterns
This paper presents a novel approach to automatically generate value instance models, based on skeletal design techniques. The approach has three phases. While the first two phases are related to the generation of a value activity network based on a given value skeleton, the third phase matches the elements of the value network with the capabilities of service providers. The main objective of our approach is to re-use a set of value skeletons for covering an industry sector from which more business cases may be generated. Finally, we validated our approach in a realistic case study in the domain of clearing intellectual property rights for music in cooperation with SENA, the Dutch Foundation for Exploitation of Neighboring Rights.
Razo-Zapata, I.; Chmielowiec, A.; Gordijn, J.; van Steen, M.; De Leenheer, P. (2010) Generating Value Models using Skeletal Design Techniques. In Proceedings of the 5th international CAiSE Workshop on Business / IT alignment and Interoperability, Springer LNCS
Tags: clearing intellectual property rights, e3value, skeleton, value model