Results tagged “Strategy” from EcosystemWatch.com

What can companies learn from SAP's efforts to build a scalable ecosystem at the edge of its enterprise?

- Effective ecosystems generate differentiation and specialization

- Ecosystems evolve over time, but the orchestrator plays a key role in seeding and feeding participant initiatives

- Robust ecosystems are helpful to individuals, not just institutions

- Robust ecosystems require mobilizing large numbers of specialized third parties, not just the vendor and its customers

- Ecosystems at the edge bleed into the core of the enterprise

- Ecosystems are not just about connecting to existing resources--they help provide platforms for distributed innovation and learning

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Competing in Ecosystems

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Virtually all executives now buy into the wisdom of Bill Joy's observation that "there are always more smart people outside your company than within." Almost everyone pay lip service to the idea of open-innovation -- that coming up with new value in the marketplace often depends upon connecting effectively with other companies and individuals.


For the past eight years, I have been studying online ecosystems, learning to discern patterns of traffic, relationships between sites, and the relative positioning of competitors in a crowded (or not so crowded) marketspace.

In this blog I look forward to sharing my insights and discoveries as we learn about different types of online ecosystems.  Join me as we discover, analyze, measure, and  learn to leverage online ecosystems
 

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