Increase market capitalization, improve profitability and survive digital turbulence
Vigilant Organizations See Sooner and Act Faster
Source: Rohrbeck, Rene and Kum, Menes Etingue. (2017) Corporate foresight and its impact on firm performance: A longitudinal analysis. Journal of Technological Forecasting & Social Change.
Discovering and Charting a Course to Exceptional Results through Vigilance
Level 1-2 Hours
90 minutes over two days with one 30-minute online lesson and an expert-led 60-minute live virtual event
Level 2-3 Hours
3 hours in a 1-week interactive virtual learning experience with daily 30-minute lessons and an expert-led 60-minute live virtual event
Level 3-9 Hours
3-week (9 hours) applied virtual learning experience with 30-minute daily lessons, three expert-led live virtual events, group coaching, and analytics
How to Predict the Future
Events often seem to occur out of nowhere. But when you run back the tape of history, you’ll see that the signals were there to be read. Is y our company actively searching for signals of change? If not, you could be the next victim of it.
Grow Faster by Changing Your Innovation Narrative
Companies that grow sales faster than industry rivals articulate a coherent, compelling innovation narrative and rely on four powerful levers to make it a reality.
Scanning the Periphery
The biggest dangers to a company are the ones you don’t see coming. Understanding these threats—and anticipating opportunities—requires strong peripheral vision.
George S. Day is the Geoffrey T. Boisi Emeritus Professor and Senior Fellow of the Mack Institute for Innovation Management, at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He is the author of nineteen books on marketing, innovation, and strategic management.
Paul J. H. Schoemaker founded and served as CEO and Chairman of Decision Strategies International and recently launched Q2 Tech. He is the author of eleven books and has served on the faculties of the University of Chicago and the Wharton School.