The following examples show how
our model can be applied in practical cases.
Defining an organization in terms of its aspects
This synopsis describes an
organization and how it operates in terms of the aspects only. The report produced enables a quick
appreciation of the salient points without being clouded by attendant detail.
Defining an organization in terms of its elements
describes an organization and how it operates in terms of its elements.
the issues to an individual element
shows how a single element can be selected and each of the issues applied to it,
producing a more thorough understanding.
an organization in terms of its elements and issues
takes an organization and looks at it from the point of view of every issue
applied to every element. Although
this particular example appears concise (since each issue is restricted to one
line for compactness), a real-life exercise would be very much longer.
Decomposing a facet of the organization's operation in terms of its elements
The model provides a good checklist for determining which elements are
concerned with a particular facet of the organization's operation.
Example 6 - Create your own
on-line Business Model for your organization
A prototype model is shown which organizations can use to create their own
on-line model. >>>