If you want to become more anticipatory, buy yourself the time to respond, develop your change muscle, and increase the quality of your strategy development, here are the scenario prompts for 4 April 2023. If you want to develop your own scenario prompts, go here.
Cyber defence, DEDA, surprise readiness, innovation, brain cells running computers, infrastructure start-ups, China and robots and Tim Cook.
How quickly can you adapt? What is your internal clock speed? Study DEDA.
The challenges of collective cyber defense
The word to look at is collective. Collective innovation, collective marketing, collective…
How Chinese Companies Are Reinventing Management
It is called digitally enhanced directed autonomy (DEDA). DEDA uses digital platforms to give frontline employees direct access to shared corporate resources and capabilities, making it possible for them to organize themselves around specific business opportunities without managerial intervention. Also read https://www.ronimmink.com/haier-beyond-strategic-intrapreneurship/
Bad Leaders Try to Avoid Surprises — Great Leaders Know They Can’t
The question is not whether or not surprises will happen — but instead how we choose to react to them and how we can set up our teams and organisations to handle them when they do occur.
How innovation can make the world more sustainable
Could future computers run on human brain cells?
Or could a computer run your brain cells?
The rise of the infrastructure startup
Beijing Welcomes Its New Robot Coworkers: China’s Aging Crisis and Automation
Automation to tackle demographic?
Tim Cook on Shaping the Future of Apple
Never get married to your convictions of yesterday.