In the current state of uncertainty, when traditional strategic methodologies fall short to help us tackle disruption, what are the creative disciplines that can contribute to the business toolkit?
Quantitative strategic methodologies are inadequate alone when it comes to tackling the uncertainty of disruption, because, by nature, uncertainty does not allow for measurement. On the contrary, trend analysis has been increasingly winning a space in current business strategy as a methodology to provide qualitative insights that help identify new horizons and changing values.
As a part of Claro Partners' Always in Beta project, I went out to Mexico City to understand how Mexican Digital Natives think about their finances. Here’s a bit of a flavour of the Digital Natives I interviewed, some of the most interesting insights I captured, and a final reflection.
In a world in which everything is subject to sudden change, it is difficult for companies to stay relevant, and the quest to find and exploit value has become more challenging than ever.
Today’s rapidly changing world means the traditional strategic plan is no longer viable. But several years into the cult of lean, it is becoming clear that it is not the panacea that corporates had hoped for.
How can we bridge the strategic capabilities of traditional visions and lean models to get the best of both worlds?