This part describes the framework's behaviour viewpoints for creating, using and managing a collaboration.
This model supports capability development based on three independent system threads that work together around a shared capability pool. These four parts consist of:
- A type thread that holds together a typical ability connected to a possible new situation.
- A business thread that describes the planned and current use of available capabilities.
- A resource thread that realises capabilities by normalising actor-specific business functions.
- A capability pool that combines threads into a capability package used by a business either as a sustained capability or as an activated and respondent node in a networking organisation.
One of the characteristics sought by this tool is the ability to evaluate continuously. A maturity model supports this work.
A resource pool is created by normalising actor-specific socio-technical functions where these are certified for use.
This model supports evaluating planned or current cooperation via an evaluation model, as shown in the figure below.
This model relates two independent systems via a standardised marketplace. This transition consists of:
- An overlapping structure with two threads.
- Related languages as boxes.
- A declaration and agreement supported by a marketplace.
Central to the declaration is an actor-specific function (FuP) normalised against the collaboration system's resource package (FiC).