When people are uncertain about the future and can’t rely on what has worked for them in the past, decision-making suffers and productivity declines. Instead of making progress, people just try to protect their turf, pass the buck, and resist change. If that’s happening to you and your team (or you want to make sure it doesn’t happen!), learn the skills of better decision-making in an uncertain future.

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After the webinar, I asked participants “What was the most useful thing you learned today?” Here are some of their answers:

“How to structure options to think about the future.”
“Way of categorising future threats”
“Your best asset can be a liability too”
“Dont discount the value of Analytics and Big Data – even if I dont think it will apply to my organisation”
“The 9 technology trends of immediate impact and how to relate these to my business assets”
“Majority of competition is likely to come from outside usual competitors and need to think about business opportunities from their perspective. ”


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