13 December 2018
SMS Paris 2018 considers strategies in the era of de-globalization
The experiences from the Autonomous Vehicles and Mobility services (AVM) and Slush ecosystems were shared by Synocus’s representatives at the SMS conference in Paris, September 22-25. These two ecosystems
served as case studies to demonstrate the utility of temporary business models and capability maps when orchestrating evolving ecosystems.
The conference aimed to explore of the instability and unpredictability of the global markets. The paper, ‘Temporary Business Models and Capability Building’, contributed to the discussion on identifying strategies and business models for addressing the contradictions apparent in today’s world, helping managers to cope with new challenges facing their firms.