Tapping Organizational Consciousness

Tapping Organizational Consciousness

The acceptance of death or extinction is daunting for human beings both individually and as a species. If a business accepts the fact that they might cease to exist at some point, it is possible to improve the existing years of the organization. Nature has taught us that every species fights extinction by initially scaling Tapping Organizational Consciousness

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Responding to a New Mu (μ) with More Sigma (σ)

Over the last 50 years, organizations have faced uncertainties in the form of shock events. In their aftermath, consequences have been far-reaching and severe, forcing many organizations to perish or barely survive. As a world that has braved several man-made and natural shock events, some lessons are evident to organizations that survived, or were born Responding to a New Mu (μ) with More Sigma (σ)

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Journey from Knowing to Learning

In a fiercely competitive global market, the traditional reservoirs of static knowledge rapidly evaporate, nudging enterprises towards a more fluid, learning-centric paradigm. The ancient adage ‘knowledge is power’ is gradually but definitively ceding its place to a more dynamic counterpart: ‘the ability to learn is the real power.’ The discourse transcending from knowing to learning Journey from Knowing to Learning

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Datafication for Digital Transformation

In the late 19th century, a technological disruption called electricity revolutionized how people lived and worked. It became known as the Era of Electrification. Today, a parallel transformation is unfolding, driven by the widespread availability of data. We call it the era of Datafication, and it’s changing the dynamics in both personal and professional spheres. Datafication for Digital Transformation

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Rare-Event Modeling: The Law of Small Numbers

“Rare events” are low frequency, high-severity problems that can have far-reaching consequences. Examples are insurance fraud, major stock market crashes, and disease epidemics. Predicting and simulating such events is difficult but can be extremely valuable. Key challenges are typically the lack of historical data and the inapplicability of common statistical techniques. Two basic requirements of Rare-Event Modeling: The Law of Small Numbers

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Economies of Speed: The New Business Battleground

“Capitalism has a new denominator. It’s not capital, it’s TIME.” Economies of scale were the battlegrounds where big-league players like General Motors and Ford won and established the old-world order of business. However, network natives like Amazon are disrupting the top order through Economies of Speed – using speed to deliver an engaging customer experience Economies of Speed: The New Business Battleground

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