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Tony Saldanha has spoken in front of top Fortune 20 business leaders, military and government leaders and mega conferences.

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Exponential Organizations

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Exponential Organizations, as defined by strategist, entrepreneur and futurist Salim Ismail, is one whose impact (or output) is disproportionally large – at least 10 times larger – compared to its peers because of the use of new organizational techniques that leverage exponential technologies. Organizations with exponential characteristics and mindsets are in the best position to thrive in the coming digital era. That’s because unlike traditional command-and-control organizations, Exponential Organizations are digital, information-based agencies. Where traditional companies are driven by scarcity of the resources that are under their control, exponential organizations thrive on abundance, by tapping the larger ecosystem. Traditional organizations move deliberately. Exponential Organizations are flexible, adaptable and agile, and have few barriers to enter any industry and therefore grow explosively.

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Next Generation of Shared Services

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The viability of an organization’s business model itself may depend on the emerging fourth stage of Shared Services. The fourth stage makes the leap from Shared Services as a cost optimization engine to being a digital business model creator for the whole enterprise. It needs to be a core part of every company’s business strategy.
It is a digital redo of internal and external business models using Exponential Technologies, Exponential Work Processes and Exponential Ecosystems. It already exists in digitally native enterprises. Larger organizations need to catch up quickly.

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Digital Transformation

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Digital Transformation is the modern-day fight to survive the existential threat of digital disruption caused by the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Half the companies on the Fortune 500 list will turn over in the next decade. The disruption is here, it’s massive and it’s urgent. Per Credit Suisse,the average life-span of an S&P 500 company today is 20 years, down from 60 years in the 1950s, and falling fast. Entrepreneurs, boards, executives and public organizations are actively consumed by this issue. However, the sad truth is that 70% of all digital transformations still fail today. Some have put that number as high as 84%.That’s a shocking number, given the extremely high stakes. We must do better!

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Artificial Intelligence

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If you had to pick only one disruptive technology to focus on (and that would be a mistake!), it would most likely be Artificial Intelligence or AI. AI is essentially the imitation of intelligent human behavior by computers or machines.
You are already a major consumer of AI technologies in your personal life. It’s the application of AI to disruptive business models, new technology enabled capabilities and disruptive internal operations that’s a huge challenge for leaders. Where do you start? And how to you avoid getting burned by being on the bleeding edge?

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