The Changing Nature of Success
Are You Focused on Processes, or Capacity?
In the industrial economy working environments of the past, success was about developing and employing the best processes. To improve these processes, we applied project management, time management, and other tools and regimes to make sure we were doing the right things, and doing them as efficiently and effectively as possible.
In today’s knowledge economy working environments, these tools and regimes are still useful, but not as important as recruiting and retaining capacity, and leveraging and applying that capacity to accelerate understanding and its close companion, innovation – to impact the bottom line.
The first step in achieving success in today’s knowledge economy and in the developing intelligence economy is to realize that the rules for success in the industrial economy no longer apply. The second step is to consider why the rules have changed. The third step is to focus clearly on what is now important. That’s what this session is about.
This session invites you to:
- Examine your context: The Changing Nature of your Operating Environment.
- Consider your opportunities: The Changing Nature of Your Success.
- Respond to your call to action: The Changing Nature of Where You Need to Focus.
- Develop your individual and team plans for achieving success in the knowledge and intelligence economy working environments of the twenty-first century.
Would clarity around these changes and the need to refocus be of use to your colleagues? Like to learn more?
Contact Jim at: (902) 980-2073 / firstname.lastname@example.org