Back in March of 2020, I applied the techniques from “Seeing Around Corners” to what kind of economic and social future we might anticipate post-pandemic. One of the scenarios I outlined was a return to the kind of large role for government that defined the New Deal. My “Time Ze…
“What’s next” is the question on everyone’s mind. The reality is, we don’t – and can’t – know for sure. What we can do is articulate our best hypothese…
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When speed and agility are at a premium, having a well-aligned operating model is absolutely crucial. Having one that doesn’t depend on constant reinfo…
Rita McGrath
Although the early warning signs that an inflection point is on the way are often detectable years, even decades, in advance, trying to time most infle…
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Seeing Around Corners: Anniversary Edition – Not a Moment too Soon! Hard as it is to believe it, Seeing Around Corners celebrated its first anniversary…
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Productively managing groups of human beings who have to produce some kind of joint output was tough enough in the “before times.” Today, it’s exponent…
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As the COVID crisis drags on, casting us all into the world of having to make assumptions, rather than being able to rely on facts, a question I get a …
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Like so many of us, I had a well-crafted plan for what I’d be doing right about now. In between traveling, speaking, and teaching at Columbia, I’d work…
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