The Hard Thing About “Digital Transformation”

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The Hard thing about Digital Transformation by Mukesh Gupta Premise: Everywhere you go on the internet, there is one thing that is prevalent. No, I am not talking about Donald Trump, though he seems to be prevalent almost everywhere as well. I am referring to “Digital Transformation”. I have been reading about digital transformation everywhere i go on the internet for sometime now and yet, I don’t yet see true success story of a brand or a business that has actually successfully gone through and transformed, in the true sense of transformation. The question is why is this so? Any […]

How to Get Better at Dealing with Change

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We live in an age where we see accelerating change all around us. Large, extremely successful businesses go bankrupt in a matter of years, if not quarters; companies with billion dollar evaluations are born in the matter of years; as consumers, there is something new that is becoming a rage almost every week. Change is all around us. Whether we like it or not, we will have to deal with change – in our personal lives as well as in our professional lives. The question then is the following: Do we embrace change and benefit from it or resist change […]

PBTO27: Selfish, Scared and Stupid – A Guide to Navigating Change

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http://traffic.libsyn.com/pushingbeyondtheobvious/27_PBTO_27__Selfish_Scared_and_Stupid_-_In_conversation_with_Dan_Gregory.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | Email | RSS In this episode of Pushing Beyond the Obvious, we host author and innovation consultant Dan Gregory to talk about the Impossible Institute and changing human behavior. We are living today in a world that is rapidly changing and evolving. In order to navigate this ever changing, constantly evolving world and succeed, we need to be able to keep pace with the change. Some of it involves organisational change and personal change. I can tell by my personal experience and from what i read that neither organisational […]

PBTO14: How do you change behavior of an experienced sales person with @DaveKahle

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http://traffic.libsyn.com/pushingbeyondtheobvious/14_PBTO14__How_to_change_the_behavior_of_experienced_Sales_Executives_with_DaveKahle.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | Email | RSSWho is on the show today: In today’s episode, we have Dave Kahle. He is also known as the Growth Coach. Why is he on the show Dave Kahle is one of the world’s leading sales authorities. He’s the author of 12 books, including 11 Secrets of Time Management for Salespeople, and How to Sell Anything to Anyone Anytime. He writes a weekly Ezine for salespeople; and has presented in 47 states and ten countries. As a salesperson, he was the number one salesperson in the country for two […]

Transforming Organization Culture

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This weekend I happened to watch a play by “Yours Truly Theatre” titled “Bhagwaan Dhoondo“, which loosely translated means “The Search for your Own God”. It was by all means an enthralling performance, which ended with a standing ovation from the audience. It was funny, thought provoking and entertaining throughout. What was most interesting thing about the play was that it was of a genre called “Interactive Theatre”, which is a kind of Improv theatre and has two parts to the play: The first part is rehearsed and performed by the actors. This part tells a story of the protagonist. It stops at a […]