I once gave a commencement speech where I made a comment that took the parents and graduates completely by surprise.
Disruption is a central component of the Anticipatory Organization Model, focusing closely on how Anticipatory Organizations and individuals can look at disruption and see enormous opportunities.
It is consistently shocking to me how little we consider the future to be an important topic in business. How the future affects us and our organization is easy to forget when there are numerous tasks at hand, but since it’s where we will spend the rest of our lives, we should all be devoting more time to our consideration of where we are headed into the future.
As COVID-19 uncertainty spreads around the world at an exponential pace, the global community is finding out that reacting quickly to the societal and economic disruptions that the virus creates
2020 brought with it a new decade with a strong stock market and strong growth forecasts.
New Year’s Day 2020 was the dawn of a new year, a new decade, and a strong stock market with strong growth forecasts, despite being an election year, in which a high level of uncertainty is prevalent. But now, with the global pandemic causing a much higher level of uncertainty, it’s never been more important to ask, “What are we certain about?”
In today’s world of exponential change and technological disruption
An integral part of anticipation and becoming anticipatory in your organization oftentimes…
What if you could move beyond the idea of competition and no longer needed to see the competition as “competition,” necessarily?
When the competition launches a new product, how you react says a lot about you as a professional and your company as an organisation.