Literally meaning: "working together or cooperative action”
Origin: Anc Greek
ενέργεια/energeia(=energy)>>εν/en(=at)>έργον/ergon(=work, action, operation )
by American philosopher, archtect and inventor Richard Buckminster Fuller (1895-1983) who defined “synergy” as "synthesis plus energy.
Synergy is the cooperative interaction among two or more parts of a system leading to an enhanced combined effect.