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Manage risk through analysis find only a few

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Manage risk through analysis Find only a few incremental ideas Understand customers only as data Place big bets slowly Fail more often in new situations This confirms . . . Choosing a Mindset
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Sunil Sangra Design Thinking | Creativity | Innovation | Strategy Consulting | Training | Coaching Innovation Journey Exponential Innovation
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Sunil Sangra Design Thinking | Creativity | Innovation | Strategy Consulting | Training | Coaching Innovation Journey Exponential Technologies Bold ; Peter Diamandis & Steven Kotler; Simon Schuster; 2015
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Sunil Sangra Design Thinking | Creativity | Innovation | Strategy Consulting | Training | Coaching Innovation Journey Exponential growth in Solar Energy
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Sunil Sangra Design Thinking | Creativity | Innovation | Strategy Consulting | Training | Coaching Innovation Journey Linear 1996 Market Cap $ 28 Bn. Employees: 140,000 2012 Bankrupt Employees: 17,000
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Sunil Sangra Design Thinking | Creativity | Innovation | Strategy Consulting | Training | Coaching Innovation Journey Linear Exponential 1996 Market Cap $ 28 Bn. Employees: 140,000 2012 Bankrupt Employees: 17,000 April 2012 Market Cap $ 1 Bn. Employees: 13
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Sunil Sangra Design Thinking | Creativity | Innovation | Strategy Consulting | Training | Coaching Innovation Journey 6 D’s driving Exponential Growth 1. Digitized 2. Deceptive 3. Disruptive 4. Dematerialized 5. Demonetized 6. Democratized 43 Bold ; Peter Diamandis et al; Simon & Schuster; 2015
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Sunil Sangra Design Thinking | Creativity | Innovation | Strategy Consulting | Training | Coaching Innovation Journey 44 1. Digitization : Once you digitize a product or service (photography, finance, manufacturing, biology, etc...) into ones and zeros, that product or service becomes an information-based technology and it hops on an exponential growth curve. Something digitized can be replicated and transmitted for a near-zero marginal cost. 2. Deceptive Growth : During the early days of exponential growth, the doubling of small numbers seem deceptively flat. Take for example the first Kodak Digital Camera that produced 0.01 Megapixel images. As it grew from 0.01, to 0.02, 0.04, 0.08... they all seem like zero.
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