Thursday, December 17, 2020


"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 “Unthinkable” quotes in “Digital Master.

Reframing changes the idea-space you're confronted with, enabling the previously "unthinkable" to potentially present itself as "the only reasonable solution."

The success of innovation depends on visionary leadership, systematic management, as well as a creative culture having a strong connection with business objectives, skills, and knowledge to think unthinkable and make impossible possible.

In the end, Big Data provides a platform from which new and big ideas can spring ideas previously unthinkable. Like the printing press offered greater access to knowledge and ideas once limited to very few, the digital revolution manifest,

At the Board level, it requires a strategic and forward-looking perspective, to deal in “VUCA” new normal, “think the unthinkable,” "see invisible," "listen to not being said," “ask the unpalatable question,” and explore the people dimension of GRC to accelerate business performance and maturity.

The more ways in which the infinite points in the universe can be connected, the greater intuitive capacity we have to come up with unthinkable ideas.

Risk, at the Board level, requires a strategic and forward-looking perspective, dealing in uncertainty and - if it is to add real value - challenging accepted wisdom, 'thinking the unthinkable' and asking the unpalatable question. Sadly many companies pay the price for limiting their thinking to the short term, internal perspective.


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