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As a leader running a modern organization requires you to develop a culture that supports system thinking, feedback and continual learning in order to far outlive the business in a highly disruptive world.
The article linked below will help you understand 15 factors you can implement to develop a culture in which you can release the product on demand, eliminate technical debt, fail smart, look “outside in” and measure the outcome.
Whether you’re creating a mentorship program for your company, looking for a mentor to help you think through challenges, or hoping to make a bigger impact as a mentor yourself, this article is for you. Mentorship can be an incredible career accelerator — here’s how to actually make it work.
If you believe getting innovation inside the organization is too daunting and a confusing process, it’s because you are carrying a baggage of past. The article argues about how you can innovate your business matching with the speed of the market. You need to organize your team, resources, thinking around these three focuses:
– Identify mega trends
– Keep it simple
– Constant Paranoia
It’s technology that is driving disruption everywhere and everything that we do. Be it, society, food, health, housing, transportation, financial services, entertainment, education, agriculture, and everything else. Everything around us today is a technology business first and all other stuff secondary. Technology is promising big influence in handling things more efficiently than we as a human do. There exists a remarkable evidence of the impact of technology our everyday living.
While you are reading this elaborative article, imagine the possibilities of how you as an entrepreneur and your passion for a vision (and tons of good luck) give the improbable reality a shot?