The old way is dead. Linear is the past. Leaders, managers and entrepreneurs today need to learn how to work differently. They need a new bible – ‘The Magna Carta of Exponentiality’.— Vusi Thembekwayo, Dragons' Den
South Africans are so caught up in race, we fail to see the genius in each other. We fail to see those amongst us who’ve done phenomenally well. Because we discount how well they’ve done on the base of what race they are… I was heartened to learn, for instance, the great work that white, male Afrikaners the likes of, I don’t know, Whitey Basson has done building Shoprite... into the largest retailer on the Continent…— Vusi Thembekwayo, Dragons' Den
This week he spoke to Dragons' Den Judge Vusi Thembekwayo.
Thembekwayo is the author of “The Magna Carta of Exponentiality”.
Description on takealot.com:
Vusi Thembekwayo looks at how organisations have performed in linear markets with linear thinking.
He reviews how some organisations with limited resources managed to perform above the average and also outperformed those at the “alpha point” pursuing “alpha plus x”.
This concept of “alpha plus x” is an output of organisations that perform at exponential level in linear markets.
For more detail; listen to the interview in the audio below.
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