As with the chicken and egg phenomena, you cannot take away the individual from the organisational change, nor the society change from the organisational change and vice versa. It is all very tightly interrelated. If you create an outer change, you will in a sense as well change a piece of yourself,
Runt årsskiftet 2009/2010 grubblade jag ofta på hur vi kan få till en värld som är hållbar, där människor kan förverkliga sig och planeten blomstra. Jag arbetade då som affärsutvecklare och brottades med att inte kunna se hur affärsutveckling och framgångsrika affärer kunde förenas med en hållbar värld. Det jag såg skapade utarmning av planeten, girighet, kontroll och besatthet av makt.
When addressing this topic about robots and future jobs, one aspect is often neglected - that we as humans develop as well.
The questions here are— how should a company deal with the fact that the world is changing faster than ever? Will companies end up reorganizing every quarter? Every month? Or are there any other solutions to reorganization?
The very rules of the game of life are changing. My bet, is actually that we are on the very tipping point of the maximum unfairness of wealth distribution. So how will the wealth be distributed among people around the world? How will we cut the inequalities?
What is your best guess about the most important skill for an experienced business developer? Business Canvas? Crunching numbers? Timing? Something else? Well, there is a lot of important stuff, but my own guess is on letting go. Yes, you read it right, letting go.
To compete, to win, to outperform other companies has been the very core focus of any good company. Some companies believe that they have to compete in order to be relevant and “survive”. This attitude is so OLD FASHIONED!
In response to Paul Mason´s article, Steve Denning wrote “Is Capitalism Ending?” in Forbes, the 20th of July, 2015. Steve Denning argues with some of Paul Mason´s statements. I would like to elaborate on the critic that Steve Denning is presenting.
This situation is especially notable in traditional companies. People are employed without getting to know the purpose of the company. Unfortunately, several companies have forgotten their purpose. (Their purpose has after some time been exchanged with the stock market´s value. )
What we have missed out when projecting the future, is to watch out for internal changes in ourselves. We have for a long time taken for granted that humans will always be humans. But nothing, absolutely nothing on our earth is stable. We have just two modes — growth or decline. Although the change may sometimes go slowly.