What To Do When Firms Are So Much Better Than Yours

In recent years, Exponential Organisations have revolutionised how a business can accelerate its growth by innovatively using technology. They eliminate the old incremental, linear way traditional companies grow by leveraging communities, big data, algorithms, and new technology, and as a result perform ten times better than their established peers. Meanwhile there are those who are…

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Big Data & Entrepreneurial Breakthroughs

Peter Diamandis and Dan Sullivan discuss cutting-edge breakthroughs for entrepreneurs and how you can use data to gain an unfair advantage. Among other things, Peter also shares one of the most cutting-edge breakthroughs for entrepreneurs, and three actions you can take to grow your business 10x or 100x and positively impact…

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Exponential Technologies – Vital for Survival

Exponential technology is changing from something that was available to major companies at high cost, to something that is becoming available to us all, at low cost. The threat that many people face is failing to grasp both the concept and the opportunity, and standing like a rabbit caught in…

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5 Exponential Catalysts of Transformation

Exponentials are innovative technologies for which performance relative to cost and size is outperforming Moore’s Law. But leaders must take a proactive stance on innovation as an organisational competency, if they are to avoid falling victim to the disruption brought on by powerful technologies such as these 5 exponentials triggering…

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Disruption Through Exponential Technologies

Not so long ago, Moore’s law represented an impressive pace of progress, but “exponential” technologies accelerate even faster. We are seeing massive numbers of start-ups, and incubators quickly capitalising on this exponentially growing technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Digital Manufacturing/3D printing, Synthetic Biology, Digital Medicine, Nanomaterials, and others that will transform products,…

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