Design sprint for Tribute last 5 business days and the outcome was the validated concept for decentralized network where organizations cooperate with communities of contributors in a fair and sustainable way. After gathering the feedback of the potential users and adjusting the necessary changes to the product, it will proceed with Final Design Stage and Delivering the MVP. Normally UI design is completed within 1-2 weeks and MVP delivery task 3-4 months.Team
- Philippe Honigman ,Co-founder & Partner at Tribute. (Decision Maker)
- Max Semenchuk, Certified Design Thinking Expert & Parter at 4ire Labs (Facilitator )
- Ksenia Kirikova, Senior UX/UI Designer (Designer)
- Kirill Kirikov, Solution Architect at 4ire Labs (Engineer)
- Stanislav Varetsky, Product Owner at 4ire Labs (Product)
Challenge Definition (3hrs)
- Talk with expert, questions on the problem
- Customer journey
- Voting for the challenge
Solution brainstorm (3hrs)
- 6-3-5 Brainwriting
- Presenting 1-pager proposals
- Discussion + How-Now-Wow
Solution Selection (3hrs)
- Scope Selection
- Sprint Questions
- Experiment Definition
Prototyping #1 (3hrs) Wednesday
Prototyping #2 (3hrs)
Preparation for interviews and closing (3hrs) Challenge Definitions Goals
- Contributive token recognized as a new class of incentives in at least one customer segment
- Tribute Network (DAO) in place and starting to fund some commons projects
Who are the customers?
- Drive more activity from customers, business partners, network/marketplace users
- Increase retention and loyalty of network/marketplace users
- Attract early users/promoters as low cost
- Incentivize people to act as shareholders without diluting investors/co-founders
- Offer low-cost, flexible stock-option plans
- Acknowledge and reward individuals' efforts in flat organizations
- Strengthen legacy businesses' customer base when facing competition from platform
Contributive tokens may benefit any organization that creates value through collaborating with networked individuals, whether those organizations are centralized - as traditional firms -, democratically governed - as cooperatives -, or decentralized - as collectives of self-employed workers or consortiums of independent businesses.
Use cases are provided in our white paper. Potential user organizations include: large enterprises (open innovation programs, startup studios, intrapreneurship programs), sharing economy marketplaces, blockchain projects, open source software, incubators and accelerators, networks of independent workers.
The customer segment that we regard as most promising are mid-sized companies ($5-500M revenue) which already use non-cash incentives (future value) with their employees, partners and customers. We believe that contributive tokens might be used as a new class of incentives and a subset of related spending, which amounted to $90B in 2015 in the US alone.
More people outside of companies than inside. Unstable. Liquid market presses the salaries.
- Fair4B – a network for IT services (sales, marketing, delivery management). 300 freelancers, going to put 2.5% of revenue in the fund = $50k. 70% to the professional, 20 for the networks, 5 for the hiring, 5 for delivery.
- Cryptobooks – share the books revenue e.g. 80 to the author, 20 to the org.
- Les Fleurs d'Ici – deliver local flowers, ¾ customers are business. Need a shipping network and want to incentivize
- Orange Startup Studio – large telecom project, studio for internal startups. Want to give shares, but not orange
- Hyperloop – want to pay only in stock options
- Local Fench Taxi – Driver Stock option plan (if the driver hits 1000 rides)
- Maybe guys like Stocksy United