Cultivate Communities – Five new scripts for competing in a world turned upside down
Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, iTunes, Wikipedia, beinggirl.com, YouTube, Groupon all follow a similar business model. They are creating platforms around which communities can connect, flourish, interact, co-create and collaborate. These “new world” companies, many unheard of five to ten years ago, now provide platforms around which powerful communities emerge.
Nature has long since demonstrated the power of community-collaborative ecosystems. From coral reef communities, to bees, birds, ants and wildebeest, it’s not the strongest of the species that survive and grow, nor the most intelligent but those that build and cultivate collaborate communities.
Watch this amazing and acrobatic display of starlings collaborating in a manner that helps them avoid predators and keep warm to survive cold winter nights.