Master Interweaving

Business Transformations through a structured integration and alignment of Strategy with Operations.
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Introducing Space

The idea of Space occupy a centre place in building architecture and other disciplines that work with larger structures that inhabits people. While it may seem, on the surface, that building architects primarily shape physical walls and produce blueprints, they are deeply concerned with defining Spaces, and spaces between Spaces.

Spaces are not only important for buildings and ships, they are also highly relevant to organisations, communities, cyber-technical things, enterprises, theories of the firm, and other Unit-of-Interests.

The Interweaving practice and the Framework for Interweaving and Architecting (FIA) is the first practice and framework to recognise, accept, and incorporate Space as a fundamental aspect also for organisations, communities, and other artifacts. 

The idea of Space is a fundamental part of the Forms Language. Introducing the Forms Language.

In the Space - At A Glance  article the idea of Space is introduced, examplified, and charaterised. 

Examples of Spaces relevant to organisations and communities:

  • Work space
  • Principle-Rule Space
  • Market space
  • Business Model Development Space
  • Decision space
  • Problem space
  • Solution space
  • Design space
  • Learning space
  • BA
  • Meeting space
  • Fika break


How to think about and use Spaces for organisations are covered in the Interweaving for Personal Development and Mastery toolbox, courses, training, and coaching. 


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