The launch sequence has begun! Experience the wonder of Super Agility firsthand. Escape the tyranny of yesterday’s “Go to It” Conference. Take a moonshot into the ‘Bring It To Me’ Future.
Our upcoming 100% virtual Super Agile Conference is designed to deliver 3 times the value in one-third the time.
Welcome to the new, super way to discover, network, explore, create, interact, and learn – welcome to conferencing in the 21st Century. Eliminate the extra weight of stress, time, and expense that typically comes with traveling across town (or around the world) to join up with your conference community.
Forget packing, forget traffic, forget parking, airports, hotels . . . you can even forget the time it takes to dress for success. Think of it as a conference in your pajamas. Take back your time. Take back your life. Step out of the tired old paradigm of “going to it” and step into the super new paradigm of “bring it to me.” Step into the digital-knowledge future.
Whether you are in New York, the Netherlands, or New Guinea, you can join a growing and powerful community of practice for an amazing array of activities, breakouts, plenary presentations, panel discussions, and practice fields on June 6, 2018, for the world’s first 100% Virtual Super Agile Conference. Register today. Coming to a smartphone, tablet, laptop, desktop near you.
For Super Agile earlybirds: Register by May 15 with a coupon code of NIMBLE for a $100 discount from the $450 general registration fee.
How does one become weightless? What mental models hold companies and people back? Super Agile companies like Alphabet, Amazon, Netflix, and Apple have found the levers that are propelling them to TRILLION dollar valuations today. Similar gamechanging discoveries are available to you, your team, and your company too.
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The big reveal was that neither of the voices who initiated the calls belonged to a human. They were bots, dispatched through Google Assistant and activated through a back-end system. But they sounded human: They said “Um” and “Ohh, I gotcha” and ended query statements with the raised pitch of a question mark. And, for the purpose of the demo, they completed tasks that normally fall to us mere mortals, whether than meant making a hair appointment or determining whether it would be better to just walk into a restaurant and take a gamble on a table.
The companies who are crushing it today are faster than fast. They have escaped the friction of Machine View – top-down thinking, sluggish systems of work, joyless work environments, demotivating bosses. The digital-knowledge society is here. Yet fewer than 10% of companies consider their transformation efforts “very effective.”
The stock hit an all-time high Monday, and the company moved closer to a milestone — the first $1 trillion market value. Apple stock surged on Friday, when Buffett revealed on the eve of the Berkshire Hathaway annual shareholder meeting that Berkshire had acquired 75 million more shares.
Investors had feared that Apple’s best days were past. All of a sudden, they were thinking it could be the best of two worlds — a value stock and a growth stock — thanks largely to Buffett’s endorsement. The Apple rally has been good for the rest of tech as well. Apple may be the first US company to reach a vaunted $1 trillion market cap. But three others may not be far behind.
In today’s world of work—across many industries—the rules of the game are changing as fast as they are being created. What is the wisest path forward in the new “era of uncertainty?” And what role will leadership play in an increasingly complex future?
While this rising tide affects all companies, one industry that knows a great deal about disruption is the Energy Industry, which has undergone immense transformation over the past 50 years.
In this special session, Kevin McEvoy, former President and CEO of Oceaneering, reveals a lifetime of lessons learned. His talk will show why Servant Leadership is a powerful and timeless lever for enabling Superperformance in any environment.
In addition, this year’s conference will include an array of new Super Agile topics. Through a kaleidoscope of powerful workshops, Super Agile case studies, and virtual breakout sessions, this highly experiential event will tap the collective wisdom of the conference community itself. It is designed to not only bring Super Agility to life, but draw from a powerful faculty and participants themselves to explore why this approach represents the surest, safest way forward for companies, projects, and people in the 21st Century.
We took our own advice – and something amazing happened. It was real, it was revolutionary, and it is Super. Join us on June 6, 2018 for an incredible online experience. Learn how you can apply these same #SuperAgile principles to your business, project, career, life, whatever – to bring about your own #3rdOrderChange #SuperAgileConference2018
Apple closes at a record after Buffett purchase revelation on Thursday. Buffett revealed the massive purchase to CNBC on Thursday, two days ahead of Berkshire Hathaway’s annual shareholders meeting. “It is an unbelievable company,” Buffett said. “If you look at Apple, I think it earns almost twice as much as the second most profitable company in the United States.”
The huge first quarter purchase is thought to bolster the 165.3 million Apple shares Berkshire owned at the end of 2017. If the fund held its position, as the report suggests, the resulting 240.3 million shares were worth about $42.5 billion at the end of trading on Thursday. Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company is “thrilled” to have Buffett and Berkshire as a major investor.
The best way to learn Super Agile is to be Super Agile. Super Agilists are both disruptive and immutable at the same time. This paradox is the safest way through the 21st Century. To paraphrase Charles Darwin, its not the smartest or strongest that thrive in times of great change – it is the most adaptable. Super Agility is 3rd Order Change. Are you and your organization ready? Register for the world’s first Virtual Super Agile Conference, June 6, 2018, coming to a smartphone / tablet / laptop / desktop near you. Register before May 15 at http://corpusoptima.com/course/virtual-conference-super-agile-higher-ground/ with a discount code of NIMBLE for a $100 discount from the $450 registration fee.
Over the past decade, the pace of change has accelerated through technology, and we’ve developed a much deeper understanding of what drives human behaviors and business success. But these new realities have not been fully translated into how leaders run their companies.
In recent years a body of research has revealed another, more nuanced benefit of workplace diversity: nonhomogenous teams are simply smarter.
A new book The Distracted Mind: Ancient Brains in a High Tech World explores the implications of, and brain science behind, this evolution (some might say devolution).It was written Adam Gazzaley, a neurologist and a professor at the University of California, San Francisco, and research psychologist Larry D. Rosen.
With new applications popping up every day, we are at the forefront of a new era of machine/human interaction that will completely transform the way we live, work, and play – a change on par with the emergence of the internet itself.
People often complain that their job is killing them, or that they’re working themselves to death, but new research suggests there may be more truth to those clichés than we realize.
This kind of “everyone culture” is as much about realizing organizational potential as it is about realizing human potential. It describes a new model for the way each can contribute to the other – how organizations and their people can become dramatically greater resources to support each other’s flourishing.