How INTERprotección Rose Above the Rubble Paid Members Public
Investing in an ExO Sprint can drive meaningful results in innovation. INTERprotección is Mexico's biggest insurance broker. In 2016 they were leading the market in the travel and car insurance.
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.
Do We Need a Crisis to Improve 10X Processes? Crisis Leads to Change Paid Members Public
A crisis already mobilizes many ExO Attributes, but if we define them and replace chaos with a facilitated ExO methodology, we can surely find many more solutions that are 10X cheaper, better, and safer.
Holistic Cybersecurity and ExO Paid Members Public
The article features a new approach to cybersecurity and the top ten cybersecurity recommendations. Included is an example of how they apply to the ExO Attributes.
Sustainability and Exponential Organizations Paid Members Public
The relationship between sustainability and exponential technologies is a recent field of study, revealing a potential impact in facilitating value co-generation and value delivery not only for the market but for society at large.
Tips for Gaining a Competitive Business Advantage Using the ExO Model Paid Members Public
The ExO model is a purpose-driven business framework that leverages a set of organizational Attributes (and technologies) to help the business grow up to ten times faster than its competitors.
It's Important to Remember That a Platform is a Business Model Paid Members Public
Starting small and moving fast using your community for insights, ideation, and product adoption truly help to test and pivot your own platform business and help to match the pivot of your customers.
No Purpose? No Growth. No Party. Paid Members Public
We know that the failure rate of digital transformation projects can be explained by the gap between "knowledge" and "know-how." In the real world, entrepreneurs understand what strategies they need, but many of them are unable to "ground them," so they get stuck.