I think we can state a few mapping principles:
_ networked/p2p emergent models apply when outcomes need to be the same for everyone (e.g. torrent, wikipedia)
_ fractal models apply when the population is too big for equal AND timely participation, and understanding/decisions have to be made about everything, in the same way
_ podular models apply when engaging with an ecosystem, but at many different points and in many different ways, and there is the need/possibility for advantages through sharing resources (i.e. having community)
_ chaordic models apply when a group of entities need to collaborate for mutual benefit, but with sufficient openness for mutation/innovation and hence competition
no single model appears to have it all.