Slow, Bumpy and Expensive
Are you worried about your business being disrupted? You should be! But you can see this as an opportunity, not a threat. There are three key questions to ask about your business to identify weaknesses, prepare for change, and lead the disruption.
I covered this topic in a recent webinar, which will help you discover what you need to know now about potential disruption to future-proof your business.
After the webinar, I asked participants “What was the most useful thing you learned today?” Here are some of their answers:
“Reviewing my business and industry”
“Try to take out the “bumps” in processes”
“how to identify stumbling blocks and start thinking “outside the box””
“Got me thinking about technology that our real estate clients can use”
“How to move from now to future trends”
“A process for assessing potential change points in any given industry”
“Turning disruption into triumph”
“Opportunities for improving my business”
“Looking at what’s expensive in my business”
“A different way to review our service by analysing – Slow, bumpy and expensive”
“Taking a closer look at the way we do business”
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