At a time when many managers struggle not to drown in vast seas of projects and initiatives, these businesses follow simple rules that help them select the few ideas that truly make a difference. We welcome author of “Better, Simpler Strategy: A Value-Based Guide to Exceptional Performance”, Felix Oberholzer-Gee
Posted 3 months ago Tagged
A world no longer focused on limitations but optimised for possibilities.“Everyday Chaos: Technology, Complexity, and How We’re Thriving in a New World of Possibility” David Weinberger,
Posted 5 months ago Tagged 5G networks Aidan McCullen artificial intelligence (AI) Augmented Reality autonomous machines Blockchain Steve Brown the bald futurist The Innovation Ultimatum the Internet of Things (IoT)
Today’s book is both a call to innovate for survival in a rapidly evolving competitive environment, and a moral imperative to use these six technologies to serve people, elevate work, and make a lasting, positive impact on the world.
We welcome author of
“The Innovation Ultimatum How six strategic technologies will reshape every business in the 2020s” Steve Brown
One of the challenges that so many organisations and individuals face is that we have grown accustomed to a steady and stable environment. The relative stability of the post-war period, an anomalous period in world history, has somewhat contributed to our conditioning for stability. As a result, our mental and operational flexibility has atrophied. Progress and change only happen when we adapt, when we permanent reinvent, when we understand that chaos and order are bedfellows.
Our guest is a Leading futurist and shows how a new way of thinking, enhanced by new technologies, will help leaders break free of limiting labels and see new gradients of possibility in a chaotic world.
We welcome the author of Full-Spectrum Thinking: How to Escape Boxes in a Post-Categorical Future, Bob Johansen
Posted 11 months ago Tagged
Mark Esposito shares a fresh, holistic way to think about tomorrow by preparing for it today: He calls it DRIVE.
The DRIVE framework examines five interrelated megatrends:
• Demographic and social changes
• Resource scarcity
• Volatility, complexity, and scale
• Enterprising dynamics
We welcome a great friend of the innovation show, hyper learner and author of “Hyper-Learning: How to Adapt to the Speed of Change”, Ed Hess. More about Ed: https://www.edhess.org/
Edward Hess tells us the crucial mindset underlying NewSmart is humility–not self-effacement but an accurate self-appraisal: acknowledging you can’t have all the answers, remaining open to new ideas, and committing yourself to lifelong learning.