Blindsided by a competitor that came out of nowhere? Challenged to collaborate more deeply with a supply partner than you ever imagined? Asked to think out of the box and partner with a rival firm? If so, you’re being challenged by your business ecosystems.
Today’s companies are embedded in multiple, complex relationships that make them interdependent on each other for success. It’s only recently that corporate leaders are realizing that business ecosystems are more than a concept. Ecosystems have intense implications for how companies plan for the future, and they ignore those implications at their own risk. Learning about business ecosystems–and the tools and methodologies needed to succeed within these complex entities–can help organizations improve effectiveness, manage risk, and break through to new innovations.
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- Planning Your Business Strategy in the Corporate Ecosystem – These days, what happens to your business partners can affect your success. A business strategy consultant explains how to take external risks into account when you plan for the future. Published on CIO.com.
- Curing Ecosystem Blindness – Today’s organizations are deeply embedded in complex ecosystems. Understanding your company’s space in its ecosystem can help you anticipate market challenges and help your company thrive during change. This article explains what an ecosystem is and why curing ecosystem blindness is essential for leaders today. Published on Corp Ed Group.com.
- Health Diagnostic – Is your organization equipped to survive in today’s rapidly changing market? Take this short diagnostic to gauge your organization’s capacity to adapt and respond to the market. The 18 questions assess key factors supporting organizational resiliency, such as market impact, customer connection, strategic clarity, organizational agility, employee engagement, and market volatility. Free Resource.
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