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We are entering the fifth era of cumulative business value added by IT, value generated by far more than just cutting cost and improving productivity. Understanding how IT needs to change to add value in more volatile times will be critical for business success.
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Model 1: Automation (Capital Substitution to Drive Down Cost) — 1951
Model 2: Augmentation (Making People More Effective at Non-Routine Tasks) — 1992
Model 3: E-Commerce/Web 1.0 (Exploiting the Internet to Automate Existing Business Models and Practices) — 1997
Model 4: Externalizing the Enterprise (Integrating With the Ecosystem's Markets and Influencers) — 2005
- 4.1 The Collective
Model 5: Business Patterns (Actively Searching for New Patterns and Acting on Them) — 2007
- 1.0 Model 1: Automation (Capital Substitution to Drive Down Cost) — 1951