Community & Crowd
Beyond Virtual Meetings: 11 Tools for Running Successful Remote Teams Paid Members Public
As teams around the globe continue to adapt to the challenges of remote work, it's become clear that the keys to success and ongoing innovation can be found by looking beyond video conferencing to the larger world of tech platforms and solutions.
Building Community for Exponential Organizations Paid Members Public
A thriving community of engaged members and evangelists is critical for the long-term health and success of any ExO. Are you ready to build and nurture your exponential community?
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.
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.
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.
The Case For Purpose Paid Members Public
Purpose can unleash employee potential—helping you win the war for talent, retain your best people, and boost employee motivation.
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.
Finding Flow and Freedom in a World That Has Gone M.A.D. Paid Members Public
Evolution can not be stopped but can be shaped, and the question is: Are we collectively acting to shape it, or are we playing the role of a mere spectator?