Self organization as a tool for diagnosis of innovative ecosystem
Several studies have been conducted to identify innovative mechanisms for the successful development of various innovative regions. The scope of the current research is to shed light on this issue, taking into account the theory of self-organized systems and the principal properties of free-scale networks. Using Silicon Valley as an example, the author demonstrated the majority of self-organized systems, thus determining what traits, working principles and laws should be available for use in innovative system. “Self-organization” as a key characteristic of an innovation ecosystem coupled with prerequisites, supports the growth of Silicon Valley and would be recommended as a model to be utilised in countries and regions across the world.