NEW: REVISION EFFORT
ATTENTION: We are going through another systematic revision cycle of the OVN model. See more on OVN 3.0 page.
Open Value Network (OVN) refers to a new organisational framework. The model provides the structures necessary to allow people to freely associate and participate in activities and projects and reach shared goals, even in the case where these goals require very complex processes that need to be sustained for very long periods of time.
Open means free access to participation.
The working definition of value.
Network means a set of interconnected autonomous agents who maintain a set of relations, dictated by their respective roles, and act according to a set of shared rules and methodologies. Agents are called affiliates in the OVN model.
It is the network that is open.
See more on What is an open value network?
The model was first proposed, developed and implemented by Sensorica affiliates. Sensorica was created in February 2011. Initially, the model evolved from the Discovery Network model proposed by Tibi between 2008 and 2010. Between 2011 and 2012, the model was developed in collaboration by Tibi, Steve, Kurt, Bayle and others, and drew from the work of Verna Allee, Yochai Benkler, Michel Bauwens, Clay Shirky, and others. After the summer of 2012, the network resource planning and contribution accounting system (NRP-CAS) was influenced by Bob Haugen who has been working in this area since 1995.
From May 2013 to May 2014, Yasir worked on a framework for open value network in collaboration with other Sensorica affiliates. The OVN model was extended to network of networks, in the context of the Open Alliance initiative also lead by Sensorica, an attempt to federate open organizations in Montreal. In 2016 the NOICE/Verdun project built on the Open Alliance initiative, as a second attempt to bring the OVN model at a larger scale.
See more on OVN history.
Other organizations have adopted a model similar to Sensorica
It should be noted that the OVN work will input directly into international ISO standards development, namely, ISO/IEC 15944-15 "Information technology - Business Operational View - Part 15: Ope Value Networks(OVN): Integrated perspective on Open-edi, eBusiness, blockchain and distributed transactions". The lead international ISO Project Editor : Prof. William McCarthy, with Jake Knoppers as one of two Co-Project Editors. The international ISO standards committee responsible here is ISO/IEC JTC1/SC32/WG1 (where JTC1 = Joint ISO, IEC = Technical Committee on Information technology, SC = Data Management & Interchange, WG1 = eBusiness)
- Economic model
- Legal structure and Legal framework
- Theoretical background - living systems
- Theoretical background - collective intelligence
Examples of open value networks
Go to OVN.space
- iAGRI innovation portfolio
- Metamaps see their documents
- Guerilla Translation!
- Kendraio building OVN for media
- Category:Temporal issues
- Category:Value exchange
- Category:Customer service
- Category:Contribution Accounting System (CAS)