Digital transformation, COVID and an uncertain global scenario are awakening us to the realization that we’re all part of a network of networks. These are networks of conversations. This calls for a very different way of working, communicating, growing and making the most of our talents. Diversity is our natural ally in this. Economic and ecological sustainability go hand in hand and become inherent in a systemic approach that recognizes the role of all stakeholders. The seed for this shift lies in the way we organize ourselves and collaborate to build a culture that can accomplish ever evolving and increasingly complex tasks. It’s not about abandoning hierarchy, it’s about a different kind of hierarchy for our times. And yes, if we aware of that, technology can help.
Our minds can’t do it alone, but with a little help from our friend math…
Thinking and acting against the backdrop of complexity requires not just a shift in the way we perceive and operate our organization but also the way we support it technologically. So let’s get digital. And let’s get loud.
No, we are not asking you to trust a piece of software to manage your organization. You never should. The question becomes, how can our company make the most out of our leverage point, the constraint? How can we take the maximum out of our ability to generate value through the most effective use of our time and our competencies? This is the purpose of technology – to alleviate limitations.
We call “management” the synchronization of competencies across different “projects”. This is what organizations do: they manage a network of interconnected projects deploying a designated pool of resources and the competencies they bring. This is so much more than using a calendar. In order to do it you need a powerful algorithm, NOT just a colourful dashboard.
This is why we developed Ess3ntial: a platform, powered by a unique algorithm for synchronization, that allows you to leverage the time of every single available competence. So, please, stop shuffling activities on a board and start managing your projects for real.
Permission to dance
You can take a look at Essential and try it out for one month to see how it can support your company in making the most of all the competencies available. Visit www.ess3ntial.com
(Let’s face it, BTS are the kings of synchronization.)