The IBM Institute for Business Value engaged Oxford Economics to reach out to nearly 1,300 Indian executives as part of a global survey of 2,151 business leaders focussing on the emergence of global ecosystems.
Our survey confirmed the significant advantages that position India to excel in a rapidly evolving ecosystem economy. Those who excel in this environment have learned how to
- Identify opportunities to collaborate and participate in ecosystems;
- Develop capabilities to create value from ecosystems; and
- Build structures that promote ecosystem connectivity.
Organisations that can bring together consumers, governments, universities, and businesses in support of common objectives and aspirations will thrive in this environment.
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