Tuesday, August 18, 2020

The “Humankind” Quotes of “Digital Master” Aug. 2020

When we use our different perspectives to complement each other’s thinking, we can overcome common challenges facing humankind. 

"Digital Master” is a series of guidebooks (28 books) to perceive the multi-faceted impact digital is making to the businesses and society, help forward-thinking organizations navigate through the journey in a systematic way, and avoid “rogue digital.” 

It perceives the emergent trends of digital leadership, provides advice on how to run a digital organization to unleash its full potential and improve agility, maturity, and provide insight about Change Management. It also instructs the digital workforce on how to shape a game-changing digital mindset and build the right set of digital capabilities to compete for the future. Here is a set of “Humankind” quotes in “Digital Master.”

1 Almost all of humankind's problems are rooted in mindset, and the majority of them are caused by extreme thinking or polarized thinking.

2 In pursuit of clarity, do not just digest the words, but dig through the thought, the words are the symptom, but the thoughts are the root causes for solving humankind challenges.

3 Despite the mountain of evidence pointing to the detrimental effects of silos, they still seem to be quite common in organizations. Are silos a mere product of organizational design? Or is their nature tied to a deeper level - the humankind's nature?

4 The progress of humankind is dependent on the advanced level of those leading minds.

5 Collectively, as human society, inclusiveness is the soil to fertilize creativity, and educators are just like those skillful craftsmen or dedicated gardeners, to discover the innovative way to educate, to nurture creativity and keep it growing and mature.

6 When we use our different perspectives to complement each other’s thinking, we can overcome common challenges facing humankind.

7 Humans feel usually uncomfortable in the presence of uncertainty so they prefer to search for a 'box' where to enter and feel safe, even if this means to accept a 'label' and then, sometimes, struggling to find the exit from that exactly 'bordered' space ~ while in order to solve the complex problems facing humankind today, Out-of-Box thinking implies to connect the dots often cross-disciplinary domains.


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