Minimum Viable Ecosystem
Minimum Viable Ecosystem (MVE) is a methodology that aims to co design and to co develop ecosystem of actors. The concept was first mentioned in the book The Wide Lens (2013) by Dr Ron Adner. Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.
In IT project development the MVE methodology is used by business ecosystems for the co-conceptualisation of new products or services. The MVE methodology is a comprehensive approach that includes the development of a Minimum Viable Product (MVP), while MVP focus on the development of new product functionalities, the MVE focuses on the development of the business ecosystem, which is related to business strategy and development.
MVE is based on open innovation and coopetition principles. More recently, blockchain or DLT projects are focusing on this methodology to facilitate the development of innovative decentralised solutions
Minimum Viable Ecosytem (MVE)
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