In this rapidly evolving global context, we can no longer rely on small iterations and improvements, in order to keep the pace. The need to make an informed move has never been more important. Yet, many organisations go after the next shiny object, system or solution, and invest heavily in resource time and funding, only to discover that the projects take twice as long to produce a fraction of the benefit outlined in the original business case.
The interests of a firm have always been inextricably connected to the interests of all the actors around it. The quality of the exchange of value between a company and these forces is fundamental to its continued existence. Society becomes its customers, its employees, its professional expertise and skill, its competition, its compliments, the needs that it aims to satisfy. The environment becomes its source of resources, ideas, challenges, and innovation. Its technology becomes the methods, the legal and politics the context, and economics the reward.
Join our Introductory session to learn more about our course on sustainable business models. This session is open to everyone globally, as we are happy to keep the conversation going on how to convert the challenge of sustainability into a fantastic opportunity to rewire our economy.
The Ford Model T is widely regarded as the most influential motor vehicle of the 20th century. Its assembly line production made it affordable to the middle classes.