Information Age Principles:
Uncertainty - Perception - Ethics - Leadership - Innovation - Scale - Tempo - Security
"We live as if nothing will change when, in fact, it already has."
In trying to transform, it is all too easy for executives to misunderstand the complex landscape of business today, through groupthink and confirmation bias. This leads to poor decision making. The Information Age environment demands a new way to navigate the transformation journey by understanding where an organisation really is and figuring out the change that is required to deliver the desired outcomes.
Harry Fullerton OBE, Founder, SixFigureGrid
With 28 years' service in the British Army during a period of huge geo-political, military and doctrinal change, I specialised both as a combat reconnaissance commander and as a development director for fighting capability that had to change and adapt to changes. From these experiences, I have developed a unique combination military decision making techniques and Information Age Principles that can be used effectively in the business world to navigate the transformation journey.
The SixFigureGrid Offer.