When asked last week what the future of social media is, I had answered – long-for story telling. I explained that people are getting tired of lists and are beginning to seek deeper, more meaningful content. New content platforms are beginning to sprout that is enabling long form publishing; Medium, Twitter, Facebook Notes, et al.
Writers too are getting tired of curation. As a personal development, growth for them comes in the form of writing opinions and experience based editorials. Signs point in that direction. Anthony Bourdain thinks the same way too.
Everybody else has lists, people love lists, but deep storytelling … I think we travel differently now, and what we look for in reading before we travel is wildly different [than in past years],” he said. “I don’t want a list of the best hotels or restaurants. I want to be set in a place where you get a real sense of what kind of place is what.
The old business models are being transformed digitally. Technology being an enabler is changing the fundamentals of business and the revenue stream of many organizations. Majority of these changes are occurring through innovation. Business leaders need to understand this paradigm shift or they will be left behind. This paper briefly looks at how Netflix is winning in the digital transformation space.
A good life is built with good relationships. In the end, what makes a good life is in the deep relationships built along the way. Beyond money and success, having good relationships matter in physical and mental health and longevity.
I’m not too sure if you agree. In my opinion an industry–any industry, cannot be in a state of disruption and transformation forever. Whilst digital is the catalyst for change, there usually comes a time when a change results in something.
All work must produce, and all investment has to show returns. Let’s start thinking beyond the words and into the outcome.
Living in an age of constant change today, these changes must now start with the thinking – What are we transforming or disrupting today that will be a compliant and an adoption tomorrow?
As organisations get bigger, they get smaller. In a shift towards making organisations more leaner and agile, many companies are spinning off individual units into smaller autonomous units. These come with different, independent leaderships at the helm who can operate without being inter-dependent on their sister companies.
Referencing the above article that first appeared on Medium and subsequently, on Business Insider. Please allow me to put in a counter argument. Because, if it was really as simple as what’s written everyone would have started one. But like most things in life, things aren’t that simple.