Mapping of stakeholders' roles, capabilities and resources in distributed value creation networks (Deliverable 4.1)

Bakırlıoğlu, Yekta
This mapping aims to match the type of stakeholder identified in Deliverable 3.1 - Review of alternative business models for open design and distributed production, and their capabilities, knowledge and resources to their potential roles in distributed production networks at different stages (i.e. design, production/fabrication, and post-use). The left side identifies a list of potential capabilities, knowledge and resources of two types of actors. The list for value-for-self actors presents the individual capabilities, knowledge and resources they might have. Whereas the list for value-for-others actors presents the entity’s (e.g. company, consultancy, etc.) capabilities, knowledge and resources. The right side tries to identify potential forms of participation in distributed production networks categorised according to life-cycle stages. Some of these forms of participation are attributed more to value-for-self actors, and others to value-for-others actors. These roles are matched to design, production/fabrication and post-use capabilities, knowledge and resources for different actors accordingly. This mapping was used in the development of a survey that aims to reveal the potential roles that the value-for-self (i.e. responsible consumers, active users, makers/prosumers/DIYers) and value-for-others (i.e. local, regional and global/mass producers) actors intend to deploy in a distributed production of electrical household appliances future. The survey will be deployed as part of work package 4 of the DF-MOD project. Please cite as:  Yekta Bakırlıoğlu. (2022). Mapping of stakeholders' roles, capabilities and resources in distributed value creation networks (Deliverable 4.1). Ankara: DF-MOD Project 120C213 – TÜBİTAK-H2020 MSCA-CoFund. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.6475796


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Y. Bakırlıoğlu, “Mapping of stakeholders’ roles, capabilities and resources in distributed value creation networks (Deliverable 4.1),” 2022. Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: