Category: Technology

Business strategy models – Leadership in a future full of curveballs

Author: Keith Coats, James Kirk (yBC.tv)

Categories: Business Growth, Business risk, Business Strategy, Digital Economy, disruption, Leadership, Research, Technology
Tags: DNA, futurists, Jim Data, leadership agenda, Levi, nevelty, strategic thinking, TomorrowToday
Business strategy models have to adaptable to future disruptions and developments. In this TV show Keith Coats of TomorrowToday discusses strategic thinking for leaders. Business strategy models in an unpredictable world Leaders have to be future-focused. Levi right now have a great slogan, which says ‘the future has left, so go [...]
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