Back in May/June 1993 James F. More published the famous Harvard Business Review article, titled “Predators and Prey: A New Ecology of Competition”, and won the McKinsey Award for article of the year.
On that article Moore defined “Business Ecosystem” as an economic community supported by a foundation of interacting organizations and individuals – the organisms of the business world:
In a business ecosystem, companies coevolve capabilities around a new innovation: they work cooperatively and competitively to support new products, satisfy customer needs, and eventually incorporate the next round of innovations.
And Moore added:
A business ecosystem, like its biological counterpart, gradually moves from a random collection of elements to a more structured community… but business communities, unlike biological communities of co-evolving organisms, are social systems.
And social systems are made up of real people who make decisions; the larger patterns are maintained by a complex network of choices, which depend, at least in part, on what participants are aware of.
In short, Agile Connect is just one organism that is part of a much larger business ecossystem, always open to collaborate with other organizations and companies towards the Agile Connect’s vision.
Agile Connect within the Ecosystem
Since we started, back in January 2016, Agile Connect has already partnered, supported or collaborated with:
To engage with us, please book some quality time for interesting face-to-face conversations :-)