These frameworks are variations on core and layer concepts. The cylinders can be used as columns or pillars in organizational structures, which show the internal makeup of a function or department represented as a pillar. They can also serve as a visual analogy for core attributes, activities, or items radiating out to subsequent layers.
The cylinders work well as a stand-alone illustration or used with a foundation and supporting a platform above, as in the example.
Refer to the tutorial for specific tips on how to work with these frameworks.
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Keywords: cylinder, layer, core, interior, center, radiate, column
Categories: Relationships, Segments, Concepts