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As businesses evolve and try to imagine the future, the adequacy and effectiveness of any organisation to the competitive landscape needs to be reconsidered.
It is neither the strongest nor the smartest of the species that survives, but rather the one that is fittest for change.
Forging New Business
Conceiving, building and delivering a break-through product, service or even an entire company by taking account of all the industrial aspects, from A to Z.
“Forging New Business” takes a holistic approach to achieve best-in-class custom-made deliverables for your company. Taking account of all possible variables, including: Accounting, Communication, Economics, Financing, Intellectual Property, Regulatory Framework, Marketing, Negotiation, Organisation, Planning, Reporting, Sales, Technology.
It’s never too soon to shape your future. However, it can sometimes be too late.
The conception, setting up and launch of a long-lasting innovation powerhouse capable of constantly generating, launching and handing-over innovative businesses, time and again.
“Innovation Foundry” is the ultimate service for senior executives who want to transform innovation into business as usual. While it is not possible to predict the actual future, the urgency to innovate and sustainably scale innovation will be a strategic imperative for many years to come.
The best way to predict the future is to constantly invent it. Building a long-lasting innovation foundry is the most effective and efficient way to do so.
There is a vast number of make/partner/buy options that can facilitate the acquisition of new perspectives that are pivotal for success in a business environment where change is the only constant.
“Opportunity Scouting” helps organisations to search for, identify and exploit internal and external potential for growth by leveraging an extensive network of relations across many different industries and sectors and involving and engaging them in the most appropriate ways.
There are a multitude of hidden opportunities for the acute observer. Regularly seizing opportunities, or leaving them up for grabs to others, can make a real competitive difference in the long run.
On-demand Executive Leadership
Forging the future requires a special kind of leadership that includes an ability to make things happen, drive change, discard and re-imagine until success is achieved. While failure is a natural part experience, organisations are not always well equipped to manage failure while forging the future. Experienced pioneers can help avoid damaging failures and identify alternative opportunities for the future, while leaving the internal team to manage the legacy business as usual.
“On-demand Executive Leadership” gives organisations access to highly qualified entrepreneurial leaders who can take them on new and challenging journeys to places they have never been before or previously saw as unreachable. In the end, execution is everything, especially when forging your own future.
Sailing uncharted waters in search of new lands is a challenge more suitable for self-driven pioneers than corporate managers. It is not a coincidence that boat owners, keen to win a highly prestigious and demanding regatta, always hire – for a limited period and precise aim – an external skipper for their boat and crew.
A company not only needs the right partners in order to forge its future, it also needs to have the right agreements in place. Under- or over-negotiating can seriously affect the outcome of the future ventures. And the problem is, you might even not realise it until it’s too late. Predicting the future isn’t an option, any more than travelling back in time to fix mistakes.
“Partnership Negotiation” gives organisations access to best-in-class all-round business negotiators to assist in the review, analysis, improvement and re-imagining of current and future partnership agreements with top-level global businesses. All Brain’s founder has over 1,000+ days of successful negotiation experience with businesses such as Amazon, Apple, Google and the like.
The single most dangerous word to use in a negotiation about the future is “no’. The second most dangerous is ‘yes’. The best tactic is to avoid saying either, but it isn’t easy, especially when the future is unknown and your counterparts seem to know it better.