Summary of Reinventing the Company in the Digital Age
Diversity and Tribal Thinking in the Collaborative Organization
OpenMind/BBVA © 2015
In the digital age, “new tribes” arise every day to achieve collective goals.
IE Business School professors Celia de Anca and Salvador Aragón explain how modern tribalism helps individuals connect with each other based on common interests and goals. In this lengthy discussion of tribalist thinking, the authors aim to convince you that tribalism is not just an interesting social phenomenon: It is a necessary tool in today’s business world. getAbstract recommends their thesis to CEOs, marketing executives and managers who want to increase their organizations’ dynamic capabilities.
In this summary, you will learn
- What tribalism means in the digital age,
- How “new tribes” function and
- How companies can use new tribes to optimize their business models.
About the Authors
Professor Celia de Anca is director of the Center for Diversity in Global Management at IE Business School at the University of Madrid, where Salvador Aragón is a professor of information systems and innovation.
Comment on this summary
Customers who read this summary also read
Gaurav Bhatnagar and Heather Gilmartin Adams
Co-Creation Partners, 2015
Connex Chronicle, 2016
Erica Joy Baker et al.
Ralf Dreischmeier et al.
Boston Consulting Group, 2015