The future is digital. We’ve heard that in so many ways that we don’t really hear it any more.
Well, here’s a reminder: the future is digital.
We now hold so much computing power in the palm of our hand. Here’s an indicator: if you used a time machine and took one of today’s mobile devices back to 2010, just 10 years ago when the first iPad came out, and showed the development team what you could do with it, what and how you can connect with others around the world, most would be wowed.
Yet, a few would respond with, “That’s it?”
Leaders saw all of this coming and took the steps to usher it into reality.
Last week we discussed the increasing number of university and college closings. These institutions had a very hard time being even slightly nimble. Their leadership teams somehow misread economic trends and the difficulties we are all grappling with became insurmountable.
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What we all need are more visionaries to help us navigate to the future. We need the folks who are thinking far ahead, envisioning future opportunities and then developing the executable plan to get us there.
Are you up for it?
Read on for some tips on maintaining a future focus for long-term growth.
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