For organisations to be truly sustainable, disruption needs to be a critical part of their DNA
We take a look at the importance of deciphering the disruptive future, today
When developing or optimising a ‘good strategy’, think about starting by framing the strategic problem or challenge faced by the organisation in the form of a question.
When organisations set about building their strategy there are several mistakes we commonly see.
Algorithms are integral to everything that we do in business, whether we realise it or not. what hasn’t been that clear for many of us until the pandemic, is just how intertwined and algorithms have become to our everyday life. From the stocking of our shelves, the pre-positioning of stock, planning rules and as we say last year school exam grading.
As leaders, focusing on the disruptive future and building for it today, has never been more critical if your organisation wants to grow and sustain its enterprise value.
Organisations and policymakers need to consider the value that the over 50s can deliver. Especially as many regions of the world are already beginning to experience the effect of an ageing population. We believe ageing populations will become a highly disruptive force, which will impact business models, society, public policy, technology, and economics, the world over.
Phasing your strategy into a number of time periods, which need not be of equal length, provides several benefits.
Be careful not to confuse leadership and strategy as they are not the same thing.