Ready, set... double. We must embrace the exponential, the inevitable. We are facing 20 Gutenberg moments [industry disruptions that accelerate us expansively forward] here and now.
Disruptions change our world, reshape societies and radically shift what customers need and are willing to pay for.
Purpose and short-termism Are these mutually exclusive, or is this a trend? Introduction, the ‘pitch’In the series of articles that we plan to write for ExO Insight, we will focus on day-to-day observations in the realm of.... Things that strike me as special or not so special anymore (which
“Every block of stone has a statue inside it and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it.” – Michelangelo Running an organization could be equated to steering a boat on the vast ocean waters. As the weather (and markets) change, one has to skilfully navigate the boat towards
There was a need to adapt to the impact of the accelerating technological change.
This event is a glimpse into what the OpenExO Community has created and built towards transforming the world for a better future; our massive transformative purpose.
“Companies have been dying out over the last 12 months as a result of Covid-19. The effect, similar to an asteroid impacting the planet, has caused a rapid change in environments. “Covid-19 was like an asteroid hitting the planet,” argues Peter Diamandis, describing ExO organizations.
At a recent collaborative event for the second edition of Exponential Organizations, Paqui Casanueva, President at Interproteccion, spoke on the virtual stage with Salim Ismail and Peter Diamandis during the opening session on Implementing an ExO. Below are highlights along with videos from that conversation. Procter and Gamble was the