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What is a project ecosystem?
An economic community built on a foundation of interconnected firms and individuals—the business world's organisms. The economic community creates valuable goods and services for customers who are also ecosystem members. Suppliers, lead producers, rivals, and other stakeholders are among the member organisms. They coevolve their skills and duties through time, and they tend to align themselves with one or more core firms' directions. The firms that occupy leadership positions may vary over time, but the ecosystem leader role is appreciated by the community since it allows members to coordinate their investments and find mutually supportive roles.
The economic and corporate notion of ecosystem is derived from the ecological concept of ecosystem. However, some environmentalists have used "business ecosystems" as a metaphor to illustrate the rising complexity of interactions among corporations rather than as a tool to talk about environmental concerns as they relate to business. Business ecology, according to Townsend, is the study of the mutual link between businesses and organisms and their habitats. The purpose of this "business ecosystem" is to ensure long-term viability by integrating and synchronizing a firm with the places it lives, utilizes, and impacts.
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Why do ecosystems matter?
Being a part of a business ecosystem allows you to take advantage of technology, achieve excellence in research and business, and compete successfully against other businesses. Driving new alliances to solve escalating social and environmental concerns is another purpose of a corporate ecosystem.
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