The biggest challenge for organisations is their future.
Reacting to shifts. Dealing with uncertainty. Navigating disruption. Holding back on going forward.
The unknown takes control.
The greatest asset for organisations is their future.
Anticipating shifts. Designing for uncertainty. Leveraging disruption. Moving quickly with confidence.
You take control through what’s knowable.
Knowing what sort of future you should be creating is not as simple as it used to be. Knowing how to get there is even more complex. Control of the future starts with the values around which people can rally, and forms the thread between what is happening today and what is needed for tomorrow.
When every business problem today is either triggered by digital technology and/or solved by it, being adept at digital transformations is critical to making or breaking the future success of organisations of every size and in every industry. This is where we come in with our change management services.
Don’t let an under-prepared workforce hold you back. The gap between possibilities and reality is execution and an organisational change management. Build skills exactly for the results you want, as you need them to generate long-term, sustainable value.
As a smart leader you know not changing is unsustainable – the future is going to come anyway.
But just because the future is unpredictable, it doesn’t make it uncontrollable. What happens next depends on what you do now.
1. Future readiness: turning the future into a management asset
What risks and opportunities lie ahead? Where are they? How can you prepare your people to address them?
Futuring applies multiple intelligences, planning and design processes including visual thinking, trends and insights analysis and scenario planning, to create possible constructions of the future so you can work on it before it arrives.
2. Future capability: harnessing the power of the digitally capable organisation
The future without digital technology playing a central role is unlikely. Digital transformations use technology to realise the organisation’s resources including skills, knowledge, techniques, systems and methodologies in new ways to create new value
3. Upskilling: unlocking the potential of people
Advancing technology, new customer expectations, shifting social attitudes: combined, these factors are fundamentally changing the source and nature of organisational value – aka the future of work. We build the individual and net abilities of your people around the skills and capabilities for producing, capturing and delivering value in our constantly evolving world.
A digital transformation is the goal and process of using technology to create new value from your organisational assets.
We’ll show you how you can implement a digital transformation that:
Identifies untapped value in your organisation
Utilises technology to organisational advantage
Engages your people in an adaptive organisation and avoid the usual painful and costly blockers to change
Your information will not be used for any purpose other than to send you one email per week over the next 90 days (13 in total), each with an actionable step that will set you up to launch your business building, competition busting, disruption-beating transformation.
I recommend this book to you if you are concerned that change is a recent phenomenon negatively affecting your work life; it is not. One thing is constant, and that is change.
~ Russell Bode, Managing Director, Inzenius
The Michelangelo Project, authored by Meta Management founder Isabel Wu, answers many of the questions that keep people up at night when they think about the future of work. The book takes you on a journey from the beginning of change and those who faced it, through more recent periods and its impact on human work life.
Using stories to empathise how change has and will affect us all, The Michelangelo Project offers the reader a better pathway to approaching, responding to and considering their current digital challenges, and how to benefit from them.
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