This article is an excerpt of the book Open models published in French in 2014 and translated in 2016. Bernard Stiegler is a philosopher and evolution of technical systems theorist. He discovered open models almost by accident when he was Director of France’s National Audiovisual Institute (INA). Initiator and president of the philosophical think tank […]
This article is an excerpt of the book Open models published in French in 2014 and translated in 2016. The first conclusion of our work collecting data on open business models is that the “open beyond the open” does indeed exist, to quote Lionel Maurel, one of our contributors. Three areas can be identified: open […]
This article is an excerpt of the book Open models published in French in 2014 and translated in 2016. They are everywhere. Open models are spreading Some of the most stimulating innovations have emerged from or spread through the use of open business models – the web, Wikipedia and more recently the open source vehicle Tabby. The […]
Creative Commons launched a Kickstarter campaign to crowdfund a book on open models : Made with Creative Commons: A book on open business models. A few days before the campaign ends we interviewed Paul and Sarah who co-lead the project. A way to continue the discussion started last year when we published Open Models. Are CC licenses […]
The sharing economy is ready to take over MRI machines, now that it has conquered bikes, cars and apartments. Berlin-based medneo is offering physicians and hospitals clinical MRI images on a pay-by-case basis, letting them skip buying the expensive machines. And it dramatically improves customer satisfaction by reducing the wait time for MRI scans from several weeks to few […]
Often when we talk about innovative business models we look at new companies that are disrupting industries and start-ups with phenomenal growth stories. But reconfiguring the existing business model or inventing new business models while the old one is still being executed is even a bigger challenge for established companies.
A new business model in the music industry : the artist as a full multimedia package.