Singapore is the most future-oriented country in the world, new research from Thunderbird business school reveals, whereas Russia is the least. Yet people the world over aspire to plan for the future, a fact global managers can use to inspire workers in present-oriented cultures to look ahead.
Working on one of the deliverables for a project that has just started, I have been searching for issues and software applications regarding Strategic Intelligence. After reviewing a number of presentations and reading a number of articles I came up to ThinkTank 2.0 by GroupSystems.
A slideshow by Arik R. Johnson presented in the KMWorld2006 at San Jose, California provides an overview how CI has evolved over the past 25 years to become more and more bottom-up. The show links CI to disruptive innovation
The latest global survey by McKinsey & Company is trying to identify the next trends on the web based applications.
Booz Allen Hamilton proposed the concept of intelligent innovation as a new approach to innovation combining the analytical rigor of the control regime with a softer side encompassing creativity, curiosity, pattern recognition, cultural sensitivity, leadership,
The Sigma Scan, is a database containing a number of trends, emerging issues and developments which may influence the course of events over the next 50 years and thereby shape the future of the UK and the world at large.
Benchmarking is understood as an improvement process in which a company, organisation or any other (multi-organisational) system carries out three processes: