The Generativity Solution Generating Socioeconomic Solutions:
5. Representing Images

Posted by Bob on November 3rd, 2008

In fact, the market curve is not a normal curve. Indeed, nothing in God’s universes is linear, normal and symmetrical. To be sure, the so-called market curve is comprised of multiple market curves: each, in turn, is multidimensional, interdependent and curvilinear as well as asym-metrical and changeable (see Figure 7). We may view a phenomenal representation of these multi-modal market curves in the illustrations below:

  • Generating or stimulating markets;
  • Innovating or initiating markets;
  • Commercializing or making markets;
  • Commoditizing or draining markets;
  • Attenuating or breaking markets.

For our purposes, we label the acronym for these market phases GICCA. They have profound implications for their corporate cultures and their people and products.

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Figure 7. Multi-Modal

Indeed, elevated requirements have been determined for the processing systems generated by the multi-modal curves (see Figure 16). As may be viewed, the requirements for corporate-community processing capacities align directly with the GICCA phases:

Phases Requirements
Generating—S–MP–R Marketplace Positioning * MCD
Innovating—S–OP–R Organizational Alignment * HCD
Commercializing—S–P–R Human Processing * HCD
Commoditizing—S–O–R Information Modeling * ICD
Attenuating—S–R Mechanical Tooling * mCD

In other words, at the highest levels, the multi-model processing systems require advanced generative processing systems: S–P–R, S–OP–R, S–MP–R. We are not free to generate if we are not empowered to think!

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Figure 8. Multi-Modal Processing Requirements

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