Community and Impact: FIFA World Cup More Than Just a Game Paid Members Public
The World Cup is not only a celebration of football – but also a platform for social change, awareness, impact, and building unity and community. The common shared experience of the game turns a crowd into a community.
A Sneak Peak For Paid Subscribers Paid Members Public
We wanted to share a sneak peek with our paid subscribers. We'll be thinking of other sneak peeks and exclusive content to send your way in the coming months as a thank-you for supporting our MTP in amplifying the voices of the community.
Breakthrough Data: Applying the ExO Model = 40X Better Business Performance Paid Members Public
Our recent research shows that if you as a large organization, are driven by a Massive Transformative Purpose, and implement at least four out of the 10 exponential organization attributes (SCALE, IDEAS), you can achieve radically superior organizational performance compared to your peers.
Salim Ismail: A Barrel of Oil Will be Worth Near Zero Paid Members Public
We're moving from energy scarcity to energy abundance over the next few years, primarily driven by solar energy, which is doubling every 22 months in its price performance and has been doing so for 40 years.
Books by ExO Insight Contributing Writers Paid Members Public
If you are looking for more inspiration from members within the OpenExO community, here’s a list of our published authors that have contributed to ExO Insight and a special mention to our prolific writers who are developing their first books.
ExO Builder: Innovate Better. Venture Better. Paid Members Public
The ExO Builder is a global ecosystem formed by autonomous cells that might work independently or rely on one another, depending on the specific circumstances. ExO Builder ecosystem is about tangible results, impact, and social mobility.
Revolutionizing The Mammogram: The Celbrea Disruption To Breast Cancer Detection Paid Members Public
Breast cancer is the most diagnosed cancer among women worldwide, accounting for 1 in 4 cancer cases. It is the most frequent cancer amongst both sexes and is the leading cause of death of cancer in women.