The race to carbon neutrality is top of mind for C-suite and front-line employees alike, yet we struggle to convert lofty goals into tangible results. Buildings and commerce are vital to this green future, but environmental challenges and market pressures block the path to sustainability.
Finally, a practical approach to sustainability has emerged, blending the physical and the digital, the human and the machine. From tech titans to niche unicorns, Practical Sustainability showcases the best of the digital stars and the roles required to mine this 21st-century gold rush, with over $8 trillion of existing commercial real estate that must become more intelligent and sustainable as quickly as possible.
Practical Sustainability is required reading for anyone involved with sustainability, intelligent buildings, and supply chains, illustrating how technology combined with physical environments is elevating human potential while ushering in a greener, more prosperous future.
The Live Enterprise
For decades, leaders have been encouraged to run their organizations like lean, agile startups. They often place their bets on trends like digital transformation or design thinking. This is well-intended, but in isolation these trends are not enough.
There’s another, better way to drive durable, effective change in your organization, and it’s been proven by global IT and business consulting leader Infosys. The Live Enterprise’s operating model provides a clear path to transform large complex businesses into agile, digital ecosystems that evolve with changing market needs and scale to any size.
In The Live Enterprise, you’ll learn how to apply the benefits of the startup operating model―and go much further. This essential guide can help you create groundbreaking structures, response capacities, value chains, and more. It can help transform your organization into a constantly learning, ever-evolving industry leader.
This is the question on the minds of thousands of young consultants as they graduate from the classrooms of the world’s business schools to the offices of top consulting firms. Yet, few of them have been formally trained on the concepts that elevate consultants to the top of their field.
Pulling together the best content from my own experience, as well as other world-class consulting leaders and industry professionals, I have distilled the lessons into the key skills that separate the best from the rest.
The Live Enterprise
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