Siemens Energy Continues Their Exponential Journey with a Third Sprint Paid Members Public
Siemens Energy III Sprint has begun with a team of 34 participants, 6 coaches, and a reporter. The sprint includes shadow coaches, big siblings, and an alumni Q&A session, providing a great opportunity for personal growth and learning, and OpenExO's new Exponential chatbot AI-x.
Embracing Disruption: The Key to Long-Term Success for Mid-Market Telecom Enterprises Paid Members Public
Telecom businesses must embrace new strategies and technologies to stay competitive in a rapidly changing market. This involves adopting trends like 5G, IoT, and cloud computing, being proactive and agile, and considering customer-centric and innovative approaches for long-term success.
The Beginning of the End of Our Stone Age Paid Members Public
Digital technologies keep changing faster, but we’re still the same humans, nestled in today’s context, thinking incrementally and not stressing our imagination muscles hard enough.
Your Digital Transformation Copilot has Arrived; ExO Bot Paid Members Public
Suppose you need help generating ideas for becoming an ExO around specific exponential technologies, planning for implementation, expanding on your conversations with your favorite ExO Coach, or so much more. In that case, you're in the right place.
Tenacity of Technology, Audacity of Humanity - My Reflections from WEF 2023 Paid Members Public
At the World Economic Forum held recently at Davos, the theme was Cooperation in a Fragmented World. As we enter a new era of accelerated poly-crisis, I took away six key thread which I believe will define the future for the business, economy and humanity.
Don't Mistake Growth for Innovation Paid Members Public
While continuous improvement can lead to higher productivity and revenue growth—that doesn't prevent your company from being disrupted by business model innovation.
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.