Developing a Collaborative Framework for Mapping and Managing Key Drivers of Future Value Creation Based on Intangible Assets

  • Stephane PaganoEmail author
  • Gilles Neubert
Conference paper
Part of the IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology book series (IFIPAICT, volume 459)


Companies, their suppliers and networks of partners need to be aligned to fulfill the strategy to deliver the value and adapt rapidly whatever challenge arises. To be resilient, companies and their networks have to build ecosystems in a systemic thinking. To help firms achieving this, we propose a methodology based on “value drivers” that allows the mapping, the analysis and the management of intangible assets, and the way they are activated through a multi perspective and a multi stakeholder framework.


Value creation Collaborative networks Resilient SC Ecosystem Intangible assets Stakeholders 



The authors would like to thank THESAME and the PEAK program: member companies of the program, the F2I, funding structure of the UIMM, the UDIMERA, the Research Division of the Regional Council of Rhône-Alpes, and the General Council of Haute-Savoie.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.EMLYON Business School - UMR5600EcullyFrance

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