For radio to reach 50 million people, it took 38
years, for television, it took only 13 years and
the World Wide Web did it in just 5 years. Computer
processing cost has fallen drastically to
one-hundredth of 1 % of 1970s. Today’s automobiles
have more computer processing power than the first
lunar landing craft. What next?
9/11 changed the Aviation industry overnight, Dot
coms went through boom and bust, Oil prices are
unstable and Economies volatile.
Emerging Technologies have the potential to create a
new industry or transform an existing one. Add to
it, a dynamic and unpredictable environmental
impact. There is an ever increasing danger of
Disruptive Change. In organizations today, knowledge
worker is the norm, technical and human components
are inextricably blended and jobs less tightly
defined. Customers, directly and regularly,
influence work with in the organisation, and Teams
produce the basic units of work rather than
individuals. What next?
Managing the Transition.
Managers all over the world are going through many
common difficulties for making the transition from
Established Technology to Emerging Technology and
through the environmental impacts like Globalisation
and IT Revolution. Technical platforms, Innovations,
Dynamic Environments and Market conditions make
forecasting difficult. Complexity, Uncertainty and
Ambiguity have become the norm.
How do we manage
Ambiguity in this rapidly changing environment?
has tailored an Experiential Training Programme
which focuses on Managing Ambiguity through
Creativity, Innovation and Team Synergy. The
programme focuses on bringing about a transformation
to rethink and retool strategies and approaches to
leverage ambiguity to leap ahead in competition.