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Incumbent models are vulnerable to leapfrogging technology. Here's why:

Sunday 9 November 2014

One of the reasons I founded The Australian Strategic Planning Institute was to ensure that high quality futures perspectives were included in the Strategic Planning process. Typically they were not which meant too many businesses and organisations were planning for futures that just would not exist as expected, meaning wasted resources and sometimes and marked increase in Risk profiles. Over at the TASPI website I've been prompted by scientist and futurist Melissa Sterry to write an article, after looking at her involvement with the Leap Frog project in the Philipinnes

Here's the full story on what happens when incumbents face new technology that can leapfrog them - 'Cattle, Coal & Copper'. And you can find Melissa at this site here


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