"Busting the following myths-
MYTH 1: Stay lean and outsource what you can.
MYTH 2: Better keep the best for a short time than the mediocre forever.
MYTH 3: Appeal to permanent customer focus.
MYTH 4: Avoid being dependent on narrow markets and few customers.
MYTH 5: Beware of the difficult customers.
Why do we work in offices at all? During the Covid-19 shutdowns, a lot of productive office work got done without offices. Hybrid work and flexibility are now normalised, but the future of work is up for grabs. Office shock will continue for many years to come. And that can be an opportunity for climate-positive officing.
Building a true, multigenerational family legacy demands more than just handing down business responsibilities from one generation to the next. Rather, it involves working side-by-side in an effort towards collective development, regardless of age or stage of involvement in the enterprise.
MYTH 1: It is all about moonshots and disruption nowadays.
MYTH 2: Inventors drive the business forward.
MYTH 3: It takes a special ‘innovation team’ to succeed.
MYTH 4: To be successful, your key investments should be in technology and new products.
MYTH 5: Innovation either happens or it doesn’t. It can’t be orchestrated.
The impact of technology is almost always overestimated in the short-term and under-estimated in the long-term. Talent expects leaders to have the right mindset: one that is open, focused on people, and constantly embraces the advantages of technology.
Executives have an enormous opportunity to use technology to help them scale solutions, offer customer-centric products and services, and pioneer new, immersive forms of engagement in today’s business landscape that’s dominated by technology.
Thus, for being productive, it is necessary to improve our sleeping patterns, get adequate exercise, and soak up sunlight on a daily basis. The three necessary variables will not only help increase our effectiveness at work but also make our lives better.