The boundaries that were once thought of as the natural order are falling away.
Organizations are traversing new landscapes. They are moving away from the traditional boundaries that kept things packaged and orderly as they now have permission to experiment, pilot, and innovate to redefine fundamentals.
Framing the challenge: Think like a researcher
To lead in a world without boundaries, organizations and employees should activate their curiosity and treat every decision as an experiment that will accelerate impact and generate new insights. The following trends illustrate what it means to think like a scientist:
Charting a new path: Cocreate the relationship
The dissolution of boundaries requires organizations and workers to take a different path, co-creating their relationship in pursuit of new and evolving purpose, innovation, and re-imagination. The following trends illustrate where organizations and workers need to co-create their relationship:
Designing for impact: Prioritize human outcomes
Organizations should have an impact not only on their business, their employees, and their shareholders, but also on society at large. The following trends illustrate how organizations and employees are prioritizing human outcomes: