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The Little Book of Ecosystems

The Little Book of Ecosystems

Sketchbook for your organization’s future

By (author) Axelle Vanquaillie
By (author) Rik Vera


Publishing 8th Mar 2021
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  • Contains a directly applicable Smart Ecosystem Building Kit
  • Offers a hands-on framework for large and small organisations
  • An inspiring combination of text and visuals
Full Description
This is the era of the Smart Ecosystems Economy, where the companies that thrive must be ready to cope with randomness and unexpected events. In this digital world, the traditional boundaries have disappeared, paving the way for new and smarter ecosystems to develop. Companies seeking to transform into future-proof organisations would do well to understand these ecosystems, and get a grasp on how they work.

This book serves as a guide to building smart, competitive ecosystems for both small and large organisations. A timely book that cracks the code of tomorrow’s business models.
About the Author
Rik Vera is an opinion leader and keynote speaker with over 20 years of C-level experience in sales, marketing and innovation. In 2015, together with his business partners Peter Hinssen and Steven Van Belleghem, he founded nexxworks. Through keynotes, bootcamps, tours, and the nexxology network, they inspire companies to innovate radically and thereby remain relevant in the future.  Rik is the author of Managers the Day After Tomorrow.

Axelle Vanquaillie is a B2B visual harvester. As a visual facilitator and graphic recorder, Axelle has helped numerous multinational enterprises – leading research and advisory company Gartner, among others – in discovering the power of visual storytelling and developing their visual skills.  Axelle is the author of Start to Draw – Visual Communication in the Workplace.
Lannoo Publishers
Publish date
8th Mar 2021
Paperback / softback
World excluding Belgium, The Netherlands, France, Switzerland & Scandinavia
165 mm x 230 mm
160 Pages
40 color, 25 b&w
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