In the end, "Go Slow to Go Fast" strategy is the step-wise procedural approach that reviewers have called “a timely paradigm shift that creates much needed dialogue with an objective approach for thought-leadership decisions to be made” about how to challenge the norms using empirical findings that will ‘work,’ ‘will matter’ and ‘will stick!’
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"Go Slow to Go Fast" can be considered the first book in a series of stories that explains ‘business shark strategy’ (considered modern day Aesop fables) where each story concludes with a lesson learned, and then follows an illustrative approach for users to achieve high performance‐driven execution in today’s world. It explains efficiency in business is important, but it does not grow revenues, market share or differentiation.
Instead, a new ‘way to play’ in the innovation sandbox using new thought‐leadership, new products, new services and new disruptive business models that result from innovation are the keys to achieve the change that is needed in order to thrive in an increasingly competitive environment and world. This book has 10 stories in it, with lessons that will lead you to change your lens of leadership and approach in our distinctly challenging new world to respond more favorably, responsibly and effectively making you incredibly hard to combat.
Think of the concept of Big‐bang disruptors that resembles great white hungry sharks surfing our business waters today. They often come out of nowhere fast and don’t look like what you would expect. They’re developers set on inventions using low‐cost experiments with existing technologies to see what new products they can dream up. Once launched, these innovations don’t adhere to conventional strategic paths or normal patterns of market adoption. That makes them incredibly hard to combat similar to the jaws of the great white. Don’t be afraid to Go Slow to Go Fast; the marketplace is NOT fair, so get over it and get used to it. It will be what you make it after slowing down to perfectly align your future with extraordinary outcomes from your own products and services. Disrupt or be disrupted!
Table of ContentsChapter 1: What it Means to Go Slow to Go Fast
Chapter 2: Understanding the Poker’s Bluff
Chapter 3: Next-Level Practice Decisions (NLPDs)
Chapter 4: The Language of Performance-Driven Execution
Chapter 5: Leadership Triplicity
Chapter 6: Leadership Code Switching and the Four Action Behaviors
Chapter 7: Understanding and Using TABLE Methodology
Chapter 8: NLP Innovation: Next-Level Practices (NLPs)
Chapter 9: Navigating the Labyrinth of Disruptive Innovation
Chapter 10: Understanding your Role: Planning to Execution
Chapter 11: Preemptive Crisis Analytics: Preparedness and Resilience to Support Your Leadership GPS