• Christoph Lechner

Four Strategies to Orchestrate a Digital Ecosystem

There is something sublime about a well-played symphony. The woodwinds and the strings, the brass, and even the percussion hang so well together, offering a leading tone, a moment of emphasis, or complementary counterpoint and harmony. It’s easy to get lost in the sweep of the composition and simply overlook the orchestrator who made it possible. This leader painstakingly coordinated the mélange of disparate sounds and timbre from each section, arranging them into a cohesive whole. In many ways, these orchestrators are the difference between coherence and failure.


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