Governance of Ecosystems
Shifting from industry- to ecosystem-based strategies is high on the agenda of many corporate boards; whether, as with many incumbents, to reposition themselves, or for upstarts to capitalize on change. As compelling as the strategic logic for ecosystems is, they are often complex and difficult to build and sustain. Lack of or inadequate governance is often cited as a major cause.This book presents ten perspectives on ecosystem governance, bringing together viewpoints from practitioners and academics. It offers practical insights, introduces new perspectives, and invites readers to reflect on their own approaches to ecosystem governance.