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I work as an Enterprise Strategist with Microsoft Consulting Services and practice as an in-house Accredited Cognitive Edge Network consultant. I typically work with CIOs, CTOs and their direct staff to help them proactively bridge the gap between IT Enterprise Architecture and the needs of the business.
Cognitive Edge Methods have enabled me to understand the issues and drivers in a new way, and provided a collaborative approach to surfacing hidden agendas – weak signals – in order to establish successful change programmes. I’ve used the Cognitive Edge Methods as the framework for safe-fail experiments, which have led to better and faster problem resolution under dynamic change conditions.
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You probably have many traditional approaches to meeting challenges, but what do you do to cope with a sudden shift in your organisation or marketplace? What do you do when traditional approaches break down and don’t work, or worse, you end up with an even bigger problem?
Cognitive Edge is focused on rejuvenating management practices to better equip organisations when addressing intractable problems or seizing new opportunities in uncertain, unpredictable and complex situations, especially where traditional approaches have failed. The Cognitive Edge Network makes this available on a membership basis. It is unlike any other professional network:
Library: A library of proven tools and techniques. Proven through 100's of consulting projects worldwide over the last 13 years
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