Diminished attention, increased polarity, bias and the assault on truth and reason, combined with the acceleration of technology increasing the pace of automation, and surveillance capitalism, contribute greatly to the chaos we are witnessing in the world today.
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While many of us are still getting our bearings on our new normal, leaders have already stepped up to the plate. From home broadcasts and workouts to new markets and offerings, front runners have emerged and adapted to the new landscape of COVID-19.
How do leading organizations have the capacity to pivot so quickly during uncertain times?
The earth, our home, is approximately 4.5 billion years old. Only six million years ago humans emerged and evolved to walk upright, build tools, and develop ideas and technology to become the humans we are today.
We are living in very interesting times. Quite a statement, or understatement, yet, when have we NOT lived in interesting times? Our history continually places us in interesting, complex and even chaotic times. One thing that I have noticed, is that the stories we tell ourselves and each other have a direct bearing on our ability to interpret historical times, but most importantly, on our level of engagement, understanding, and behaviour in our own present time.
It has been some time since most of us have found ourselves locked out of our regular schedules, passing time until the bell rings. For some of us, the new COVID-19 landscape provides a much-needed break. For others, an unwanted interruption. Either way, we’re facing a new normal. So, how do we make the most of it?
We believe the world is increasing in complexity. The challenges we face are verging on insurmountable. It has long been evident that governments are unable to solve these problems, large scale corporations most likely won’t and even not-for-profits are increasingly challenged to solve these problems on several fronts.