Traditional Strategy Is Dead. Welcome to the #SocialEra – HBR

Good read and heads up if you are not already aware that this business evolution is now.

Excerpt:  Here’s the simplest way to define the Social Era. The industrial era primarily honored the institution as a construct of creating value. And the information age (inclusive of Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 phases) primarily honored the value that data could provide to institutional value creation. It allowed for greater efficiency to do the same things that were done in the industrial era. The Social Era honors the value creation starting with the single unit of a connected human. In this framework, powerful organizations look less like an 800-pound gorilla and more like fast, fluid, flexible networks of connected individuals — like, say, a herd of 800 nimble gazelles.

Read full article via Traditional Strategy Is Dead. Welcome to the #SocialEra – Nilofer Merchant – Harvard Business Review.


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