Thought Pieces

Corporate Longevity: Turbulence ahead for large Organizations

Thursday, 18 August 2016

Innosight

We’re entering a period of heightened volatility for leading companies across a range of industries, with the next ten years shaping up to be the most potentially turbulent in modern history. That is the conclusion of the latest Innosight study of companies on the S&P 500 list of most valuable public companies trading on the U.S. stock exchange.

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How to turn Ambiguity into Opportunity: A new approach to Strategy under Uncertainty

Thursday, 18 August 2016

Innosight

Business leaders equipped to act in the face of uncertainty can build paths to grow what have not yet been imagined. This level of change and unpredictability requires approaching strategic decisions in a new way. Every disruptive threat creates an equal, if not greater, opportunity.

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Kodak’s downfall wasn’t about Technology

Thursday, 18 August 2016

Harvard Business Review

The company filed for bankruptcy protection in 2012, exited legacy businesses and sold off it’s patents before re-emerging as a smaller company in 2013. An easy explanation is myopia. Kodak was so blinded by its success that it completely missed the rise of digital technologies. kodak was so blinded by it’s success that it completely missed the rise of digital technologies.

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Your brain on Google Glass: Scientists measure mental workload from smart eyewear

Monday, 15 August 2016

Drexel University

”Smart” eyewear – that can integrate  augmented reality with your own, feed you live information about your surroundings and even be used in the operation room.

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Inclusion and Entrepreneurship the Key to Social Innovation

Thursday, 21 July 2016

Social Good Stuff

Australia has traditionally been a highly successful and prosperous nation. However, we have ridden on our luck for too long, especially in relying on our natural resources to get us through. In this uncertain, disrupted and highly complex environment being lucky isn’t enough.

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The ImagineNation Story

Wednesday, 20 July 2016

Janet Sernack

When I arrived in Israel in 2010, I faced a harsh new reality, which defied most of what I had been taught and experienced about high performance organizational cultures, leaders and teams. Aptly illustrated by Dov Frohman founder of Intel Israel in his book ‘Leadership the Hard Way’ where he states that “leadership in today’s economy is a lot like flying a plan through a thunderstorm.”

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