In the circular economy paradigm, the role of strategy is changing.
Like in a forest ecosystem, the strategies of individuals and organisations in a circular economy take into account the broader ecosystem.
We move from extraction and competition to collaboration and regeneration.
Thinking in forest-like ecosystems also raises the questions:
What type of tree are we? What is our unique strength, essence and role in the larger ecosystem?
What do we need to flourish?
What can we give and contribute?
We need to re-design value creation and value circulation across networks and strike a balance between absorbing we need ourselves and circulating nutrients to others.
5 learnings from systems change
in the New Plastics Economy initiative
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