|The Fight for Future Growth_Challenging Paradigms and Mindsets_Copenhagen|
|Overview||On 14 October 2016, IMD Professors Thomas Malnight and Howard Yu will lead an interactive CEO and Board workshop on the challenges of high growth in the future. Building on the 3R's (Rethink, Redefine, Reshape) research from a few years ago, the current project looks at high growth companies from around the world, investigating four lenses that shape and influence their high growth strategies:
» Changing the competitive arena (from industries to ecosystems)
» Changing mindset (from inside-out to outside-in thinking)
» Changing views of change (from sustaining to continuous disruptive innovation)
» Changing motivation (bringing purpose to the center)
Collectively these lenses develop a range of strategic options (or ladders) that provide the basis for identifying future high growth opportunities. Pursuing these opportunities challenges firms, and their leaders, to shift their organizational center of gravity away from traditional strategies that are lowering growth opportunities and holding firms back in an increasingly dynamic and fast-changing environment.
Please find below the latest articles from Professors Yu and Malnight:
» MIT Sloan: When Machine Intelligence meets Main Street
» Fortune: What every Business should learn from Google's Ride-Sharing Venture
» Fortune: What Pokemon Go means for the future of augmented reality
There will also be an introductory statement by Lone Foenss Schroeder, Chair of Kopenhagen Fur, Saxo Bank and is on the board of IKEA, Volvo cars, Kvaerner, Credit Suisse, Valmet, and Bilfinger. She was previously on the board of Wallenius and Maersk. She is also the co-founder of CashWorks.
Friday, October 14, 2016; from 8:00 to 10:00 including breakfast served at 7:30
ADDRESS Restaurant, Tuborg Havnepark 15, 2900 Hellerup, Denmark
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This event is by invitation only and there is no participation fee.
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Tel. +41 (21) 618 03 20