people, equipment, new assets, and powerful partners can be added
• Entering new markets
• Speedof bringing the idea to implementation
• Additional services
• Additional product components
In many markets, it turns out that one organization is no longer able to provide the customer with the solution she needs. This requires either huge capital, or other resources, or infrastructure that no single player possesses. As a result, to offer better solutions to customers, companies come together, and it is not always possible to understand where the line between them is; Organizations can have joint marketing arrangements, joint R&D activities.
A company that works in the logic of open systems focuses on its 'core' - what it is best at. And it may no longer 'bury' huge capital in its own assets (factories, equipment, etc.), but use the assets of its partners. Instead of spending capital on non-core assets, it can be directed on strengthening the 'core'. Today, trying to become cool in everything is no longer relevant; it is much more effective to choose what we are great at, and to connect partners to perform other functions. Therefore, a strategy now is the art of managing assets that don't belong to you.
• Business processes
• Business models
• Inability to implement the idea yourself
• Complexity of systems
• "Restart" of the economy
1. What ecosystem can my company/organization be a part of? Does it already exist? Does it need to be created? Get involved (analysis of the prospects of the idea, the strength of the leader).
2. What is the idea of an ecosystem? Choice of ecosystem boundaries.
3. What is a "Whole offer" ecosystem. What are the standards of an ecosystem?
4. Identifying ecosystem players: Ecosystem connections. How do they interact? Who is the leader? Selection of participants with the necessary capabilities, resources, competencies, influences.
5. Choosing one's own role in the ecosystem/ecosystems.
6. Visualization of the ecosystem.
7. Formation of a strategy of working in the ecosystem.