As the world (and business world) continues to change rapidly, organizations need to become more agile and responsive to their environment. In this episode, David and Justin discuss the major factors leading organizations toward agility.
In this episode, David explores how an organization can find its digital sweet spot. Starting with the four classic market disciplines of Product Leadership, Service Leadership, Operational Excellence, and Customer Intimacy, David looks at what these categories mean when applied to digital capabilities, and whether these still stand as valid ways of looking at approaches to market in a digital and physical world.
You can’t swing a dead cat without overhearing a boardroom conversation about “digital transformation”. And for good reason. Digital is a great way to tell stories of your products and services to customers, a way to deliver utiliity and improve the customer service, and it’s a way to become more organizationally efficient in delivering value. In this episode, David and Justin discuss the definition of “digital” as well as introduce the primary topics associated with digital transformation.
It seems appropriate to begin a new series at the beginning of a new year. In this episode, David and Justin introduce a new series named “Purpose, trends, disruptions, frontiers, and hacks”.
It used to be the case that your college or vocational degree set you up with the knowledge and skills you needed for the rest of your career. That couldn’t be further from the truth today. In this episode, David and Justin discuss the transition from a degree to lifelong learning.
It wasn’t so long ago that we were able to compartmentalize the various aspects of our life: work, home, church, community, etc. Now everything is connected and bleeds together. In this episode, David and Justin discuss the various types of stress presented to our different “selves” in this interconnected age.