Stealing From The Future: Decaffeinate Your Strategy. Business Leaders steal from their future the same way coffee robs from our sleep.
Posted 4 months ago Tagged Aidan McCullen Undisruptable Artificial Intelligence Corporate Culture Disruption Entrepreneurship Innovation Kenneth Cukier Big Data Kenneth Cukier Economist Kenneth Cukier Framers Leadership Transformation
Framing is a cognitive muscle we can strengthen to improve our lives, work and future.
Today’s book shows us how.
We welcome the author of Framers: Make Better Decisions In The Age of Big Data Kenneth Cukier
If you look at the image, it takes only a small effort to see the contours of a Dalmatian sniffing the ground. However, here is the point, without the previously stored higher-level concept “dog”, if we were only to use “the parts”, we would see only a meaningless pattern of white and black dots. We would focus on the parts and miss the big picture.
Posted 5 months ago Tagged Aidan McCullen Business Corporate Culture Disruption Entrepreneurship Frank Barrett Innovation Leadership Strategy Surprising Leadership Lessons from Jazz Transformation yes to the mess
The premise of today’s book is that nurturing spontaneity, creativity , experimentation, and dynamic synchronization is no longer an optional approach to leadership. It’s the only approach. The current velocity of change demands nothing less. It demands paying attention to the mental models, the cultural beliefs and values, the practices and structures that support improvisation.
We welcome back the author of: “Yes to the Mess: Surprising Leadership Lessons from Jazz”, Frank Barrett.
We welcome the author of “The Creator Mindset: 92 Tools to Unlock the Secrets to Innovation, Growth, and Sustainability” Nir Bashan.
We welcome The author of Kings of Crypto One Startup’s Quest to Take Cryptocurrency out of Silicon Valley and onto Wall Street Jeff John Roberts
In large bureaucratic organisations, those kept alive by government bailouts, state-run organisations or indeed some semi-states almost all of the energy is depleted by maintenance, while little or none remains for meaningful growth.