Tag Archives: entrepreneurship

Eat The Bug: Do What Others Can’t Or Won’t Do

Every organizations lives and dies by its strategy. What makes a good strategy? The best strategies are simple and answer 5 fundamental questions: who, what, where, how and why.

Still, developing a strategy is hard. There’s a tendency to make it a very complex activity, which I believe drives most organizations to fall for many traps; one being the the copy-paste approach.

Startups, by their very nature, do not fall for this trap. But this doesn’t mean their path to victory will be easier; but much more harder.

How Do You Overcome The Early Adopter Challenge?

There are three forces needed for innovation to happen: ability, infrastructure and market. When all three exist you have an industry. Creating a new industry is a long-term challenge, which many people and organizations will not take on. When starting out, every startup is in a race to create find product-market fit. It’s not about being first to market, it’s about getting the business model right.

The Early Adopter Challenge: Everyone is Afraid of Being First

The Next Economy will be driven by 10 key emerging technologies. All of these technologies are in the news 24/7. Yet, most organizations and governments are behind the technology curve. They’re either slow adopters or stagnant. There’s a difference between being a slow adopter and being stagnant; the latter means you’re not even aware of what’s going to change your business in the short and long-term.

The State of Artificial Intelligence Adoption in LATAM

The State of Artificial Intelligence in LATAM

The Next Economy will be driven by 10 emerging technologies; artificial intelligence underpins them all. And the race is on for the crown of having the Holy Grail of computing, the countries that are leading in the adoption of AI are China and the United States.