Open enterprise

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An open enterprise is a self-sustaining economic operation that clusters mature projects (the ones that have generated exchange value, i.e. products) into business operations. The open enterprise level is the value capturing level. The main role of the open enterprise is to capture the value created at the project level, by offering the exchange value (products and services) to the market. In doing so, the open enterprise generates revenue, which is redistributed back to all contributors to the projects behind these products and services.

An open enterprise can be forked and remixed (like open source code can be forked and remixed).


See Tibi's TEDx video