Social Media’s Missed Opportunity, Part I: How We Got Here


By Rod Collins

One of the great ironies of the digital revolution is that, while the world has been transformed into a hyper-connected community where geography is no longer a barrier to instant collaborations across a wide diversity of people, social media platforms have managed to divide us into a collection of fractious tribes that are wholly incapable of even basic compromises. Over the past few years, in particular, this fomenting tribalism has become troublesome as mutual accusations of bias among all the various clans have justified a plummet into a lack of basic civil behavior.

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New Ways of Thinking and Acting


By Rod Collins

Today’s business leaders face a daunting and unprecedented challenge: The world is changing much faster than their organizations. Every business in every industry, with no exceptions, has been overwhelmed by a relentless accelerating pace of change. What makes this challenge so difficult is that there are no signs that things are going to slow down anytime soon.

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The Shift From Strategic Planning to Strategic Discovery


By Rod Collins

One of the most common and enduring practices of traditional management is the annual strategic planning retreat. These multi-day offsite gatherings of senior leadership teams are often the primary vehicles for charting the future course of the business. During these strategy sessions, teams will review and discuss analyses of past and emerging market trends, reflect upon the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats to the business, and outline the goals and objectives for both the short-term and long-term business cycles. This corporate ritual has become so ingrained in business culture that over the years strategy and planning have become almost synonymous terms.

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Ripe for Disruption


By Andrew Savitz

The health insurance industry is overdue for digital transformation. Will you be a disruptor or the disrupted?

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The People Problem Behind Blockchain


By Chad Hahn

Blockchain technology has the opportunity to fundamentally change how we operate — our businesses, our governments, and our communities. But its future has been jeopardized by human nature. Unless people can agree on standards, blockchain will never reach its full potential.

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