A New Class of Business Methods The Value Game (TVG) is a new class of business methods where value is extracted from an asset, not by consuming the asset, rather, by preserving the asset. The process of preservation and maintenance is the substrate for the creation of social, creative, and intellectual capital in a community. […]
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(The Value Game is a powerful tool for deploying Intangible Capital to distorted, corrupt, or dysfunctional markets. The following case study describes a current project that our team has won against substantial mainstream competition. This case study is about real money, real projects, real people and real markets where the Value Game converts social capital […]
Over time, the University will become the physical “Search Engine” for data, information, knowledge, innovation, and wisdom in a community. The University can now deploy this wisdom to their own internal programs and curricula as well as becoming an external reference source for government, industry, and economic development.
The Value Game (TVG) introduces a new class of business plans that will help communities to articulate social capital, creative capital, and intellectual capital toward the production of goods and services. The earliest versions were developed in a international education project in Mexico under NAFTA (1996-1997), and at The Boeing Company (1998-2008). More recently, Social […]
Deregulation undermined point-to-point service regardless of market demand, ignoring social objectives of the passengers, having no regard for the final destination of the passengers, and blowing off the “time-value” of their passengers.
100 billion dollars is the amount of money on the game table being adjusted, pooled, and diversified against risk exposures. The value game causes the “plays” to be modified by any of the players. When hedged with Real Estate valuation, liquidity can be substantial for all of the players changing incentives strongly in favor of collaboration rather than competition.
The Game of Zero was developed in order to populate the knowledge inventory. The purpose of GOZ is to introduce a constraint to Curiosumé which produces an equal amount of supply and demand for knowledge assets. The reason for this is to incentivise the formation of a market between and among knowledge asset holders. (The […]
Problem: Many contractors say that their COGS (cost of goods sold) consumes 10-30% of their expenses. Obviously, this cost is passed on the customer. Bidding can be made far more efficient with BidPool Adjudicated Smart Contract Gaming platform. For example: 5 contractors may spend $10K bidding on a 1 million dollar project that only one will win. […]
Most people who know me, understand my tendency to go into “Professor Mode”; or deep dive into the Calculus of financial instrumentation; or just geek out on macro-sustainability issues. Communicating to the public about what we can and should do next, is NOT my specialty. To this, I trust my friends. In celebration of friendships, […]
The Value Game does not kill the Financial Game, rather, it challenges, corrects, and improves it. The Value game has reached a critical milestone – it has been funded in dollars by investors.