…I’m glad I asked for this intermediate step. It seems to be clearing up the tendency to confuse « added value » and « degree of buy in » and also between « an actor’s role in the project » « an actor’s interests ».
Here’s some general feedback on what I’ve received so far.
It’s easier for me to see how well these concepts have been understood if they are in the form of a table rather than woven into a paragraph.
Most of you have chosen to give examples of human actors. It will be interesting to see how you cope with describing the interests of non human actors! If you find this impossible to do then please say so in the box. Don’t just leave it blank.
Don’t forget that your innovation must figure as a (non human) actor. If it evolves over time and gains or loses certain features or qualities as the story unfolds, you should make that clear in the diagrams.
Please contact me in case you want other clarifications.
Remember the online course starts next week and that will no doubt swallow you up lots of your time!