By Buhle Dlamini
Over the past decade massive global companies have shut their doors ‘overnight’. The truth is, it didn’t happen overnight, warnings of disruptive forces that threatened their future existence went unheeded, until…BOOM!
In our Tomorrow’s World Today offering, we help clients to prepare for the major forces shaping the future. As the world changes at an exponential rate we cannot afford to just make incremental changes. We have to fast track our organisations and teams’ ability to prepare for and engage with the disruptive forces.
In order to be ready for tomorrow’s world today, one of our recommendations is that you need to be curious and experiment more. This is counter-cultural for most organisations, because the very culture is built on maintaining a proven way of doing things that has served them well over the years.
We are not suggesting that you start throwing out decades of proven methodologies that have a verifiable success track record; rather start preparing for when they are no longer viable. To survive and thrive into the future you have to get your organisational/team culture to be more curious.
So what are some of the things you can do practically to develop a curiosity culture?
To future-proof your organisation will require you to create a curiousity culture and start now.
Contact the TomorrowToday Global team and ask for Buhle (author of today's tip) or any of the TomorrowToday team to come around and discuss how to prepare for Tomorrow’s World Today, and Different Together.