Shapeways: From Shaping Ways to Falling Out of Shape Paid Members Public
Once called out as the future of New York City, featured in CNBC's Disruptor50 list, and very recently valued at more than $400 million, Shapeways has lost nearly 90% of its value over the last 12 months. The rise, the stagnation, and the fall teach us some invaluable lessons.
Flipping the Conventions towards Success - The Flipkart Journey Paid Members Public
Flipkart, an Indian e-Commerce platform, and one of the Top100 ExOs (Exponential Organizations) has witnessed a massive degree of growth and advancement over the last 15 years. What enabled this? Read on.
Taking Exponential Strides - The Stripes Way Paid Members Public
STRIPE, the payment processing firm established in 2010 in California, USA has been a success story from Day 1. Featured in the 2021 TIME100 Most Influential Companies list, it is an excellent example of the power of exponential thinking and doing.
The GoPro Rollercoaster -The Rise, The Fall, and a Resurgence! Paid Members Public
Once a role model of entrepreneurship, GoPro hasn't had a perfect picture over the last few years. The rise and fall and the resurgence being attempted teach us invaluable lessons of resilience.
Don't Just Be Part of The Change - Pioneer The Future: The 3D Hubs Success Story Paid Members Public
3D Hubs, an additive manufacturing platform established in 2013 in Amsterdam (Netherlands), and part of the Top100 ExOs (Exponential Organizations) list published in 2015 has been a beacon of disruption over the years demonstrating the value of exponential thinking and doing.
Mastering the Language of Startup Success - The Duolingo Way Paid Members Public
DUOLINGO, an educational technology firm established in 2012 in Pennsylvania (USA), and part of the Top100 ExOs (Exponential Organizations) list published in 2015 has grown leaps and bounds over the years demonstrating the value of exponential thinking and doing.
People Capabilities – What Do Exponential Organizations Do Differently? Paid Members Public
Exponential Organizations don’t succeed by chance but by choice. And one of the critical choices they make and execute is to DISCOVER AND ALIGN their people’s energy and skills to the business priorities to stay ahead of the curve.