• Eight events so far • More than 100 members • Experiences (a month ~ 4 years) • Constantly Evolving Battle Camp • Simulated Business Strategy plays • Team vs Team vs Team.. • Turn based, complex simulation • Preparing people to battle on the real market Many talks • Re:Invent • Leading Edge Forum Study Tour • Conferences (non)Serverless ….
which an invention drastically changes the value chain (or many value chains). Example below: - Creative Destruction of the Newspaper Ad Sales - Ads are still provided but by different medium, Value is still created, but in a different way:
mean a reduced spend Happens when increased efﬁciency, counter-intuitively, boosts resource consumption instead of decreasing its usage. It is likely to occur during Industrialization of a component. Examples: 1. More efﬁcient steam engines consumed more coal, because they were applied in more use cases. 2. More trafﬁc capacity doesn’t reduce congestion
by Europeans in 1642 One of the cradles of western civilization Lack sewing tools Lived on the coast, didn’t eat ﬁsh No bone tools No compound tools (stone axe) No stone tools Developed Bronze, Iron tools, casting Mathematics, Physics, Philosophy, Geometry Most advanced naval civilization at its time Catapults, Balistas, the ﬁrst steam engines 500 BC - 0AD
lobber Draws Wardley Maps Knows Wardley Maps, doesn’t draw Did Map Battle Camps Actively plays and draws Wardley Maps Fan Soldier Captain General Heard about concepts Grasps concepts Practices and plays “virtual” scenarios Has a “nice” earlobe Battle-experienced