As futurists, we're all about change, innovation and helping organizations find their Blue Ocean Strategy so they can prepare now for what's coming, as well as for what's already here. Our guest blogger Michael Olenick taps into this futurism mindset with a great blog on value innovation, changing skill demands and job disruption. Lots of lessons here for our present fast-changing times. I invite you to read, learn and share.
At Simon Associates Management Consultants (SAMC), we help companies “see, feel and think” with fresh eyes so they can step out of their current mindset and discover new opportunities that are often all around them. A lot of this shift in thinking has to do with value innovation, something our guest blogger Michael Olenick writes about in the following blog. Perhaps his points will trigger some ideas of your own that can help you grow your business…not by doing more, cheaper, but by capitalizing on the proprietary value of your solution to consumers' problems. This is the key to finding your Blue Ocean Strategy. Enjoy.
At Simon Associates Management Consultants, we specialize in helping you and your company reach new heights. As corporate anthropologists, Blue Ocean Strategists and culture change experts, we help you re-think your business strategy so you can plan for the future in today's fast-shifting market. Blockchain is part of that future market (or really, the present one), which is why we urge our clients, and you our readers, to learn about it, look into it, and see if this might be the right time to incorporate blockchain into your business. As a first step, I invite you to read our blogs on the subject, as well as Michael's blog below.
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The power of finding a blue ocean in a world of competitor-dominated red oceans is so clear, once you “see” it. Michael Olenick, the newest addition to our SAMC team, shares this timely blog about how two big-name companies, Yellowtail and Nintendo, successfully outperformed their competitors by making technology an integral part of their Blue Ocean thinking as a means to unlock value. Perhaps you could do the same with your business?