It’s important to clarify the difference between local rules and global rules, common beliefs and universal wisdom, encourage creativity but discourage unhealthy competitions, in order to harmonize a global society.
The world has become much more complex and smaller all at once due to blurred territories, virtual & physical mixed interactions, interdependent business relationships, and an informative societal environment. Global leaders and professionals are great in making a difference in the global world with an expandable horizon through blurred boundaries or knowledge domains. They have to continue learning, develop global professionalism, share their viewpoint about things or events happening in the surroundings, so they are able to work effectively and live a fulfilling life, develop a more advanced world with a high-professional workforce, a highly-intelligent workplace and a highly-innovative global society.
Viability: The digital organization of the future is designed openly for anyone with ideas on how human organizations ought to be contrived in the face of challenges and strategic imperatives of the 21st century. – dynamic, diversified, viable, always on, interconnected and hyper-competitive. The viable digital businesses are solid enough to give some sort of forms and meaning, and open enough to its environment, allowing the movement of information, ideas, and people in and out.
Digital transformation is a long journey, with fierce competition and continuous disruption, forward-looking organizations build long-term viability to win the strategic business game. The digital workforce is multigenerational, multicultural, and multi-devicing and the digital workplaces are a huge melting pot of various diversity. A viable digital organization can deliver impressive business outcomes and unlock its performance by improving manageability and developing organizational competencies.
Diversity: Digital organizations are diversified with a multigenerational, multicultural workforce using multidevice to do multitasking. Diversity is a facilitator for merging significant building blocks of new and existing ideas and concepts. It is an excellent engine for creativity. The digital workforce is multigenerational, multicultural, and multi-devicing and the digital workplaces are a huge melting pot of various diversity. To lubricate business relationships and bridge the difference, organizations should facilitate cross boundary communication to bridge differences and encourage cross boundary collaboration.
The focus of the workplace should be that of a unified team under a banner of that organization. At that moment, the organization is your tribe with the sole purpose of coming together for the common good to achieve ultimate business goals. To overcome the common challenges and advance the human race, we have to really dig beneath the superficial layer, see around the corner and transcend the interdisciplinary knowledge, to get to the heart of the matter via bridging cognitive gaps and enforcing multidimensional thinking.
Sustainability: When we look at the hyper rising costs of energy in recent years, efficiency has been a key internal driver for sustainable practices. Too often, many organizations perhaps manage a few sustainability initiatives successfully, but they lack the systematic approach to manage resources and talent, bridge gaps, to build sustainability as a business competency. A fine-crafted sustainability strategy needs to be developed to drive innovation efforts in the development of a holistic sustainability strategy; communicate what needs to be done to balance sustainability efforts with business demands to make an influence on the environment,
Global organizations have to improve business’s bottom line efficiency, orchestrate energy-efficient, sustainability-savvy, and resource-optimized modern organizations. In line with the various functional domains responsible for unlocking sustainability potential of the business, it’s also important to practice how to orchestrate cross-disciplinary sustainability efforts, facilitate cross-functional communication, optimize cross-functional business processes, and take a structural effort to achieve measurable results.
Change is increasing its paces. It means that the global business can enact, revise, and discontinue their business rules as they see fit. It’s important to clarify the difference between local rules and global rules, common beliefs and universal wisdom, encourage creativity but discourage unhealthy competitions, in order to harmonize a global society. It’s crucial to manage the boundary between the organization and the external world, enforce cross boundary communication and collaboration, and build an advanced global society.