The fast-moving up-and-down economy we live in makes keeping our companies afloat increasingly difficult. Just as we handle one crisis, another appears.
Digital, millennials, new regulations, new competition, political turmoil, Artificial Intelligence, Industry 4.0, Blockchain, sharing economy, circular economy, substitute products, you name it – the waves of disruption come crashing faster and faster, fundamentally changing the way we work, profit, and compete.
For nearly 20 years, our guest has worked in the field of survival and sustainability – researching and developing ways for businesses to stay afloat, no matter what the disruption. To understand the mechanics of survival, it helps to look at the successes and failures of the past.
- Embracing Change and Transformation
- Personal Transformation
- A definition of Titanic Syndrome
- The 3 markers of Titanic Syndrome:
- Excessive Attachment to Past Successes
- An Inability to Recognise the new and Emerging Reality
- The reasons the Titanic Sank
- The definition of Reinvention
- The ingredients of Reinvention
- Personal Reinvention
- Reinvention versus Innovation
- Solutions for Reinvention
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