Becoming hyperaware, taking decisions and executing on these well is a great step forward for many and these decisions will become increasingly radical.

Have you noticed we are certainly breaking faster with the past than ever before? In the past we saw the future based often on the past, decisions were made on stable conditions, Today we must see the future by exploring and experimenting constantly as we seem to live in a very disruptive era. ,

We need to explore based more on our agility and abilities to translate what we are seeing, being told or sensing.

We need to move at increasing speed to recombine much of what we have in assets by attracting in what is missing to bridge and met the new emerging need.

We need to exploit the opportunities based on the technological potential we have increasingly available and the relationships we need to constantly make.

We need to be more at the forefront of exploring constantly. It is our embracing all forms of this technology revolution and the rapid interpretations of the knowledge flows that allows us to frame our thinking differently.

We need to challenge and then alter our thinking constantly and our organizations need to be set up to evolve in the same responsive and adaptive ways.

We need to build a greater hyperawareness; the ability to detect and monitor changes and that is coming at increasing speed through more data flowing towards us.

We need to build our abilities to absorb information and translate its meaning in different, value-added ways to give it new value from a customer and market perspective.

We also need to make better-informed decision-making and acting upon these through faster execution and these ‘skills’ need to be far better put in place within most organizations. We need to cut through the existing ways of doing business as normal and challenge everything, everywhere, constantly.

We need to think of these ‘forces of disruption’ as the ‘era of displacement’ as we are all caught up in this technology revolution.

The headlights are full on and blinding all of us, it is how we quickly respond will give us a better chance of emerging out of this period of (digital) technological revolution.

Technology should not disable us, it should be for all involved, ‘enabling’.