Globalization and the Future of Supply Chains
Our globally connected system provides for efficiency and scale but also adds risk and fragility. These risks have largely been hidden, but cracks in the system are beginning to emerge, and supply chain resilience has become an issue of intense focus across industrial sectors.
How to Think Like an Entrepreneur
A panel discussion for GE leaders and executives hosted by Tom Morkes, with special guest panelists: Patrick Vlaskovits, CEO of Superpowered; Megan Reamer, CEO and co-founder of Jackson’s Honest; Bret Boyd, CEO of Knoema.
Defense Acquisition Reform is a National Security Issue
The U.S. defense acquisition system, designed for the pre-digital revolution economy, is structurally unable to keep up with the rapid pace of technology.
Strategy, Constraints, and Compulsions
Business strategy is more easily understandable when we deconstruct the unique constraints and compulsions that companies operate under.
Renewable Energy and the Developing World
The modular nature of renewable energy opens up great potential for developing nations to provide services to their citizens in a financially responsible fashion.
Mind the Gap: Few Companies Survive Market Shifts
Most companies fail to successfully transform when there is a fundamental market change resulting from technological, socioeconomic, or political shifts.
Machine Learning and the New Innovation Paradigm
Machine learning and artificial intelligence change the fundamental paradigm of how computers execute instructions and how they interact with humans, which will reshape industries and create new tools for public institutions.
Leadership and Strategy in a Changing World
New models of organization and strategic planning are required to excel in a environment of rapid change. Catalyst is a call to action for organizations to be more proactive and deliberate about building an informed picture of the future when building strategy.
Aerospace and Defense: Building for Uncertainty
Aerospace and defense companies have a unique challenge in building strategies that account for 10+ year product development cycles in a complex and rapidly changing global environment.
Batteries: The Last Piece of the Puzzle
Battery technology, which offset the inherent variability of renewables that depend on the sun or wind, are the last remaining piece of the puzzle for the mainstream economic viability of renewables.