One of the most common things we hear when we talk to people about who we are and what we do is,
“Wow. I really love what you are doing. It is so important that people understand what is happening.”
It’s gratifying because we hold ourselves out as a “mission-driven” organization. We have products and services and we need to sell them in order to remain viable, but the reason we exist is so that we can share our message about the future of IT, the future of business and what it means to leaders everywhere.
Transformation is not something you do.
It’s an attitude and an approach. We must all create transformational leaders and transformational cultures within our organizations if we are to continue to thrive as the world rapidly changes and evolves.
This is because we believe that we have entered an exciting – and sometimes scary – new era in which the industrial era is giving way to the “Digital Era”. The rules that have governed how we live and operate for the past 150 years are changing in front of us. And no one really knows what will happen next.
We therefore need to create organizations and leaders who are comfortable operating with uncertainty and who can rapidly evolve their operating models to adapt to changing markets and directions. That is a transformational culture. That is transformational leadership.
And that’s our mission:
To help develop the next generation of transformational, digital leaders who can transform our organizations for the digital era.