Thursday, July 14, 2022


Global organizations give people the voices, tools and experiences of how to effectively communicate across the world even if they perhaps speak diverse professional or national languages.

We live in a diverse global society with multigenerational organizations, multifaceted value propositions, multipolar knowledge centers, multi-cultural wisdom, etc. 

Due to abundant information flow and unprecedented convenience brought by digital technologies, the geographical, functional, industrial territories are blurred, global leaders and professionals today have to continue learning, sharing their viewpoint about things or events happening in the surroundings, their perspective of future global society, in order to solve complex problems and advance human society.

Proactively gaining cognizance of your environment, not just adapting to it, but to influence progressive changes: Compared to the industrial era with static knowledge and overly restrictive boundaries inherited from the last century, today’s internet-based world is much more hyper-connected and interdependent, business leaders and professionals should develop global cognition by opening their mind, showing intellectual curiosity to embrace the variety of perspectives harnessing multifaceted cultural values, understanding global intellectual and social capital, making contribution to bridge our difference and catalyzing innovation in the global business ecosystem.

To solve numerous problems facing humanity requires us to be willing to listen to diverse viewpoints, broaden the perspective to fix misperceptions. Global professionals are more open-minded to new concepts and ideas, able to and not afraid to leverage contrarian views to shape a holistic picture, understand issues from geopolitical, anthropological, psychological, philosophical perspectives. So they can cultivate a global mindset with a worldview that looks at problems or issues in such a way that a solution emerges through a collaborative approach to enhance inclusiveness, innovation, and progression.

Putting finger on the pulse of technological advancement or information insight:
Information is the most invaluable asset besides people; information technology builds the infrastructure of contemporary organization. Thus, technological vision should be attainable subject to current times and its ability to adapt to changing times and help the business gain a competitive advantage for the long term. Insightful leaders with IT proficiency can look broadly and understand problems deeply, provide pragmatic advice and invaluable recommendations to the business on how to leverage IT in effective problem-solving.

Organizational information provides the very clue to connect wider dots to stimulate great ideas, and build the business competency model in a structural way. Organizations across the vertical industries think they are in the information management business by refining information into business insight of growth opportunities they should take advantage of, or potential risks they need to prevent. The information-based organizational changes can create synchronization of all functions running seamlessly to achieve high performance results consistently.

Connecting interdisciplinary management dots across the global scope to involve societal development, change enablement, and value enhancement:
Digital organizations have the very characteristics of nonlinearit, adaptability, unrepeatability, unpredictability, etc. The multidimensional digital effects provide impressive advantages in terms of the speed of professional or business capability development and quality products/services deliveries, eliminating wastes, cost reduction, reusability, and developing new business models. etc. There are always different complexities at a different time or dimension. There needs to be a better appreciation to examine a situation and understand the problem from different angles. There are multilateral management approaches to run an information-intensive global organization.

Effective business management requires a fit process as part of the holistic system that can detect emerging opportunities and risks, and initiate a cross-disciplinary approach to solve problems systematically. In order to improve organizational maturity from functioning to delight, the interdisciplinary science can be applied to digital management which involves engineering, design, philosophy, psychology, sociology, enabling leaders to frame bigger thinking boxes, take the multi-faceted approach to understand and solve problems technically, culturally, and psychologically.

Global organizations give people the voices, tools and experiences of how to effectively communicate across the world even if they perhaps speak different professional or national languages, and build trust across these diverse cultures. Forward-thinking global leaders and professionals with a growth mindset are able to keep learning, set and follow commonly accepted principles, understand the complex dynamics of the ecosystem, and pull the right resources to co-develop an advanced global society harmoniously.


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