Many organisations digitise their current processes. Not many organisations work on future-proofing their products and services. Nor do they change their revenue model, business model or organisational model. Why would they?
Jack Welch, former chairman and CEO of General Electric, once said; “When the rate of change on the outside exceeds the rate of change on the inside, the end is near.”
Businesses that don’t stay ahead of the change curve, find themselves in trouble one day.
MODULE 1: KILL THE COMPANY
During the ‘Kill the Company’ session, you will try to kill your own company. Long before that day.
Exploring your organisation’s weaknesses feels uncomfortable and counterintuitive at first. It is also highly successful and provides fertile ground building corporate foresight.
Corporate foresight enables your organisation to detect discontinuous change early and interpret its consequences for your organisation. On that base, you can initiate actions to ensure long-term survival and success.
MODULE 2: ANTICIPATE
During the ‘Anticipate’ session, we put Module 1 into practice using a future priming technique. This technique makes you and your team sensitive to weak but important signals. The resulting future facts are uncertain as well as impactful and will enable you to start backward scenario planning. Unconventional and successful.
This session’s consist not only of useful scenario’s but also results in a future primed mind. Capable of Blue Ocean thinking.
MODULE 3: BLUE OCEAN STRATEGY
Blue Ocean Strategy is based on two books written by Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne. These authors have been in the top of Thinkers50 for more than a decade and currently hold the #1 position. During the ‘Blue Ocean’ session, we will explore Value Innovation, enabling you to find unoccupied territory. Learn to leverage the six path framework to reconstruct market boundaries. With this systematic approach, you create blue oceans and make your competition irrelevant.
MODULE 4: VALUE PROPOSITION DESIGN
All learnings from the previous steps are summarised in the 4th step: Value Proposition Design. You will learn to use the ‘Value Proposition Canvas’ to design and test value propositions in an iterative search for what customers want.
The 4 modules of this course can be booked separately.
Leaving your comfort zone helps you and your team to think faster, bigger, bolder and enables your organisation to achieve extraordinary results. Most barriers are thought to be technical but are in reality related to mindset.
Invest in your team and change that mindset.