Technological innovation is moving at lightning speed. Leaders must forgo their old strategic plans for this era of runaway growth. Strategist David Espindola created the Strategic Plan for the Exponential Era (SPX) to guide decision-making at the leadership level. By understanding how exponential growth works, you will learn to identify opportunities on the horizon, generate insights and build the capabilities to optimize them. It is an iterative process that embraces experimentation and risk. As a leader, you don’t need big plans to survive in the Exponential Era, but you do need the right ones.
About the Author
David Espindola is a partner of Intercepting Horizons, a strategic advisory services firm. Michael W. Wright is a partner of Intercepting Horizons and the author of the acclaimed The New Business Normal.
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