The promise of artificial intelligence is immense. A five-part blueprint for corporate transformation can help companies capture the potential benefits for growth and value creation. Read the e-book.
Our award-winning book explores how a “future-back” approach to visioning and strategy equips organizational leaders to look beyond a typical short-term planning horizon and grasp the challenges and opportunities that will define the future.
Drawing on extensive research, we’ve identified seven consumer staples companies that stand apart from the rest in their ability to navigate the unique headwinds and changes in the industry.
Is your organization changing as fast as your industry? Waiting for supporting data could put your team on a "burning platform." Make the case for change and seize new opportunities before the competition. Read the article from Harvard Business Review.
As S&P 500 lifespans continue to decline, fast-shaping “hybrid industries” create new risks and opportunities.
The effects of the disruptive forces in industrials are large and non-linear. A "future-back" approach to strategy can give organizations the confidence to act and break the cycle of "better sameness."
Ask these four questions to help shape a sustainability strategy in your organization that unlocks growth and value creation.
Innovation often takes place via poorly understood mechanisms. These pathways can produce great results, but they can also lead to wasted time and resources. A mapping exercise can reveal what's working and optimize investments for better results.
Our new book lays out a system-level way to encourage and enable people to think and act beyond the status quo and build a culture of innovation. Discover how to empower individuals and teams inside your organization to be their most curious and creative — every single day.
Learn to think like a market detective to solve the mystery of customer behavior. David Duncan shows you how in his instructive story of Tazza, a fictional chain of cafes trying to go big time.