The two key ingredients your business needs to thrive in a rapidly advancing world

There’s never been a time in history that has experienced this much disruption.

Technological advancements are literally changing the way we work, drive, do business and access healthcare. With technology advancing at such a rapid rate, even markets that have been stable for decades are experiencing major uncertainty.

In the past, we have typically experienced one major technological disruption at a time. Today, however, we face a constant onslaught of disruptive technology from every angle, affecting every industry.

At present, there are eight disruptive technologies that are changing the world. These disruptors include 5G, Blockchain, autonomous vehicles, renewable energy, quantum physics, advancements in healthcare, and AI and robotics. The majority, if not all of these disruptors, operate collectively and can benefit from the other’s continued advancement.

If you’re a business leader, it’s unlikely that your business won’t be affected in some way by disruptive technology. The thought of this can be terrifying! It can also be incredibly exciting, because with disruption comes new opportunities. Opportunities to innovate, to tap into new markets, reach new customers and build upon your existing services or products.

Right now, the reality is that while these incredible innovations and opportunities exist, the world is facing major challenges, from the climate crisis to huge economic pressure, and businesses are feeling the pinch.

So how as a business leader, entrepreneur or employee can you thrive in such a rapidly advancing world?

Through efficiency and productivity.

Here’s why: Efficient companies will be highly sought after by clients, while productive employees will be highly sought after by companies.

If you want to become more efficient as a business, you need to make your employees more productive. This will ultimately enable you to do more work in less time, reducing your cost base, enabling you to make more money in a market that is being squeezed everywhere.

The concept sounds relatively straightforward, but the actual implementation can be challenging, if not overwhelming and daunting.

Where do you begin? What should you prioritise? Which productivity tools actually work? These are questions I first had as a business owner. I get it, I’ve been in your shoes.

Which is why over the next few months, I’ll be sharing all that I know in a series of articles designed to help you fast-track your company’s efficiency as well as maximise employee productivity.

I’ll be covering a range of topics from creating a culture of engagement, learning and innovation in the workplace, to utilising digital solutions and incentives to maximise employee outputs.

Every article will be packed with valuable insight into what has worked and failed for me, as well as tips and tools that you can use to effectively implement solutions in your company.

If you’d like to run an efficient business, or create a more productive team, I invite you to connect with me on LinkedIn or follow me on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter to be notified when the next article goes live.

Here’s to a thriving business!

Jason English (Chief Eco-System Officer)

CG Tech


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