ORGANISING AND STRUCTURING THE VALUE CREATION SYSTEM: 5 STEPS

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COMPLEXITY-RENDERING AND DECISION-MAKING: A SET OF MATRICES

In the case of multiple stakeholders, it may be quite challenging to:

  • render the links between the system’s various parameters,
  • keep track of the line of reasoning, of all the choices, hypothesis and decisions made.

One more dimension must be added to the system’s depicting pattern.

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The SCOS method’s distinctiveness:

  • it arranges and depicts relations between stakeholders, values, functions and performances in a legible form: a set of matrices that are dovetailed and intertwinned*.
  • *(Remember the name of that cube-shaped 3D puzzle game at the turn of the century?)
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Using the set of matrices, it is possible to:

  • assemble the various components of the breakdown (along each of the system’s parameters);
  • and keep track of the line of reasoning.
    We are thus in a position to:

  • envision the project in its globality
  • validate or re-examine choices made
  • eventually decide on follow-ups.