Business Innovation

Flipping the Conventions towards Success - The Flipkart Journey 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.

Chander Nagpal
Chander Nagpal
F100

The Best Age Not to Fail Members Public

Elon Musk said that in ventures, there are times when it is better to stop when there is something wrong. That is what failures do: generate a pause to analyze what you are doing and consider whether you need to make changes, continue as you are going, or give up.

Pedro LOPEZ SELA
Pedro LOPEZ SELA
Entrepreneurs & Intrapreneurs

The GoPro Rollercoaster -The Rise, The Fall, and a Resurgence! 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.

Chander Nagpal
Chander Nagpal
Top100

ALEC and Steps to Reinvent Itself Through an ExO Sprint Members Public

ALEC had received numerous awards for excellence, quality, safety, reliability, and sustainability. It was consistently ranked among the leading contractors. To remain competitive and to continue delivering extraordinary value to its customers; it would need to start the reinvention process today.

Ashley Pfaff
Ashley Pfaff
Case Study

Transformation to a Circular Economy: By Applying Blockchain Technology Members Public

Disruptive technologies also support the transition to a circular economy by radically increasing virtualization, de-materialization, transparency and feedback-driven intelligence. The shift requires innovative business models that either replace existing ones or seize new opportunities.

Kamales Lardi
Kamales Lardi
Circular Economy

From the Fastest-Growing Media Frenzy to Losing the Way - Why Tumblr Tumbled? Members Public

Once an internet frenzy valued at more than $1.1 billion, Tumblr lost nearly 99% of its value within a few years. The rise and fall teach us some invaluable lessons.

Chander Nagpal
Chander Nagpal
Case Study

Innovation and the Corporate Immune System Members Public

In this era of disruptive innovation, especially if we consider that since 2000, 52% of the Fortune 500 companies have gone bankrupt, were sold or simply ceased to exist due to digital disruption and, according to Harvard Business Review, 75% of Standard & Poor's companies will be replaced by 2027.

Pedro LOPEZ SELA
Pedro LOPEZ SELA
Business Innovation

Raising Funding Is Easy (If You're A Purpose-Driven Organization) Members Public

With capital now more available than ever, large organizations should take notice of the exponential potential of startups.

Colin Iles
Colin Iles
Startups