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Nirupama Subramanian 41m
In thid disturbing and chaotic VUCA world , we do not need more force, bullying or empty speeches. Leaders need to show SUCA to manage the FUCA we feel.
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Larissa Greth 14h
So the younger sibling of exists: . (= brittle, anxious, nonlinear, incomprehensible) Suddenly 2020 makes sense. Or maybe it killed that concept altogether. But Jamais Cascio has some responses here...
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Claudio Toyama 2h
“Constant change can feel a lot like entering a roundabout and getting stuck in a circle with no clear way of getting out.”
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Claudio Toyama 16h
“No matter how uncertain things feel around you, you can always access your internal compass to know what your next move needs to be.”
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mcanosan 20h
Organizations that face today Vulnerability, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity needs more than ever Leaderships with Vision, Understanding, Courage and Adaptability.
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Chantelle Robinson 14h
Facing the scary (but exciting) boundary between competence and incompetence ☛
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Grant Herbert 3h
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SusannaDW May 31
I am excited to join colleagues in Amsterdam & the Bay Area tomorrow at 1:35 pm Eastern to discuss how we in these times. Join us!
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Supriya Banthia 3h
The new VUCA spelt right! 💯 I absolutely agree with this!
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HEC Paris Business School May 29
🖥️The crisis obliges companies to be sufficiently agile to solve complex problems in volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous environments. Hélène Musikas exposes how in this webinar . Register 👉
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Amenoffis Acosta May 30
Just one year ago, we were talking with WHO / PAHO leadership team, offering tools to thrive through a World 🌎 We wouldn’t have imagined this size of challenge will emerge around the corner🦠
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IÉSEG 18h
🎥IÉSEG hosted a joint and practitioner with the International Association of Cross-Cultural Competence and Management () at its campus
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ApplyArt May 25
Mastering uncertainty with Art ApplyArt free webinar. May 28, 18.30 GMT+1 photo by Ryan Stefan
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David Ross 9h
Developing Business Strategy from VUCA Scenarios
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Kate Arms May 30
When the future is wildly uncertain, planning is difficult. How can we maximize our ability to take advantage of opportunities and minimize our exposure to risk? LISTEN NOW: Episode length: 20 minutes
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mike cardus May 31
Reframing (volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous) to DRET (discovery, risk, ecosystem, transparency). Volatility to Discovery: Change requires discovery, which comes from reinventing, seeking a share of opportunity, and managing expectations ...
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Portfolio Construction Forum 9h
Take the attitude of a student, never be too big to ask questions, never know too much to learn something new. - Og Mandino, Author (1923 - 1996)
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Amenoffis Acosta May 28
Recovery will look different to everyone, yes it depends on external conditions, but also your readiness level for the new normal.
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Retrium May 29
Replying to @empiricist_umar
. reveals key principles to navigate the path in the world. Read the full article and see the rest of our Roundup:
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Collaborative Innovation @ ND May 26
A human-centered approach to problem solving & opportunity finding is EVEN MORE central to , growth &tackling the wicked problems of the world
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