Books by ExO Insight Authors Paid Members Public
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Global Leadership Reimagined: The ExO Catalyst Paid Members Public
In the digital age, leadership evolves beyond traditional boundaries, and the ExO framework serves as a transformative catalyst, enabling leaders at any stage to navigate a global landscape and turn visionary aspirations into tangible reality.
10 Startling Facts about Digitalization Paid Members Public
"The greatest danger in times of turbulence is not the turbulence; it is to act with yesterday’s logic" – Peter Drucker, emphasizing the critical need for businesses to adapt to changing times.
Leadership and Ethics in the Exponential Age: A Call for Responsible Titans Paid Members Public
These tech titans, entrusted with shaping the future, must not only be pioneers of innovation but also stewards of ethical responsibility. Their commitment extends beyond customers and shareholders to encompass future generations and humanity as a whole.
Report: The Future of Insurance Reimagined Paid Members Public
The global insurance industry is facing an inflection point. It needs to be Reimagined
A Fridge in the Arctic, or the Effect of Exponentials on the Firm Paid Members Public
Exponential environments reshape business dynamics, reducing transaction costs, and accelerating innovation through digitization, dematerialization, demonetization, and democratization.
The Games Business Leaders Play: Finite versus Infinite Paid Members Public
In the world of business, the shift from finite games with clear winners and losers to infinite games that continuously evolve and involve more players is transforming organizations, fostering a win-win mindset, and inspiring co-creation.
The Infinite Adjacent Possible: Harnessing AI's Potential for Innovation Paid Members Public
In January 2023, during a Design Sprint session, a business partner integrated a NoCode conversational interface into OpenAI GPT API, leading to GPT-powered post-its suggesting valuable "How Might We" questions that were among the top-voted in the workshop.