This spring has been uncommonly busy, and I regret that has caused me to slip a couple of self-imposed deadlines here. Here’s what we’ve been up to.
I continued to work with TKA Director and branding expert Jay Gronlund on our Blended Value initiative — which seeks to redefine strategic enterprise goals beyond the limits of shareholder value, and to incorporate Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) factors in a balanced mix.
Next up was a small pilot intervention for a section of the Special Operations Command of the US Department of Defense. It seems that “knowledge” has great value not only where economic conflict is concerned, but also where geopolitical conflict is concerned — especially in this era when the nature of military conflict is continually shifting.
Knowledge to Value
Following that was a major address to the second annual summit of the International Management Consulting Association, with many of their members working in the Middle East and Eastern Europe (include the former Soviet republics). I presented an initial treatment of a new methodology “Knowledge to Value”, which is designed to systematically mine enterprise knowledge in support of business development strategies.