Moving from an industrial, mechanical perspective of business, ‘The Industrial Revolution’ with the interaction of the key element, people into a technological age of 1’s and 0’s with ‘code’ being the new language, does not seem to leave much room if any for the human element for change and adaptability. Supriya Desai CEO / Senior Change Facilitator and Strategy Execution Advisor presents a number of observations about the state of our global economy and the volatility, uncertainty, chaos and ambiguity (VUCA) environment under which business is conducted.
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The interesting perspective from my stand point is that with all the technology and super speed of transferring information it is still the human element that must be engaged. This requires an increased level of competency of the labor force in order to ensure optimization of resources, economic opportunity and the planning for future positioning of a companies assets in the market. As Supriya assets, this will require a universal buy in at every level which we refer to as inter and intra-connected cells driven by mutual outcome expectations.