エコシステムとDX

Ecosystem and DX/Economy

Haven't you heard the word "ecosystem" a lot recently? I started listening to it around 2015. "Ecosystem" means "ecosystem" in Japanese, but it is often used in the context of management and IT.

The term "ecosystem" refers to the state in which living things and plants in a certain area depend on each other to maintain their ecology. Death has its role, and life has its role.

When I lived abroad, I was shown a video of a salmon's life. (Please see the screenshots and links below for details about the life of a salmon.) At that time, I received an enthusiastic message from one person.

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https://www.maruha-nichiro.co.jp/salmon/environment/01.html
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https://www.maruha-nichiro.co.jp/salmon/environment/01.html

“Humanity has the power to destroy the planet. Love is not a feeling or an action, it is about having a purpose in an ecosystem, energizing and balancing the realms around you. I think it's a way of life that is creative and ingenious while thinking about.I want to reconsider how I should live."...

I heard something like... I was shocked by this statement. It changed the way I see things from there.

“Ecosystem” is also used in the context of management and IT. Of course, it is important to think about the "ecosystem", even with the SGDs that are often talked about these days.

I often hear the keyword “diversity” these days, and it may come from the concept of this ecosystem (biodiversity).

Economic society is developing at such a pace that it destroys the global environment. People continue to invent ingenuity to live more comfortably, and the economy is in it. The information revolution within it.

How should we live and die in this society? How should we think about it in a big framework? How should we live and die in balance within that framework? What should we do as an organization or company? It makes me think about how I should live and how I should take over.

*The life of a salmon

https://www.maruha-nichiro.co.jp/salmon/environment/01.html

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