For almost two decades, we have learned to create organizations that have become very uncomfortable places for that group of people who have opinions about everything but don’t follow up with actions. We have found the perfect formula to scare off those mediocres:
Focus, Speed and Impact.
But what does that mean, really, “shape the future”? Many of you have asked me: What is it that you do? What is it that ActioGlobal really does?
What is needed (other than a beginner’s mind) to keep or kick-start learning? Here’s a clue from a recent article featured in The Power of Learning. Author Markham Heid offers four essential ingredients for learning with which we can reflect on our own readiness to embark on a learning journey:
Actio.Ventures®, the Venture Capital of ActioGlobal®, engages in the development of startups in their pre-seed, seed and early stages.
Genyus School is an educational project born out of the ActioGlobal ExO Bootcamp program.During the program, their business idea was designed and evolved in record time, disrupting the education sector to inspire and transform society through an exponential growth mindset.
The Metaverse is the real digital transformation of companies´ way of working, since what has been achieved so far, such as the shift to remote work, or the introduction of omnichannel, have only been small steps on the way to that destination.
An exponential organization (ExO) thinks and acts in a radically opposite way to traditional or linear organizations, which rely on the exploitation of limited resources for their growth. ExOs base their growth on the abundance of available and not always sufficiently utilized resources.
8 beliefs have been instrumental, up to date, in more than 187 successful business transformations that have maximized the growth and contribution of everyone to shaping agility at scale and delivering high performance outcomes.
Not all agile organizations are alike. This is due to one simple reason: They never take shortcuts. What makes them unique is the fact that the top organizations in the world are the best because they have experimented on their own and have refined their cultures and ways of working over the years.