What does it mean to “see around corners?”
Rita McGrath, recently recognized by Thinkers50 as one of the top world’s leading experts on strategy and innovation, a professor at Columbia Business School, and author of “Seeing Around Corners: How to Spot Inflection Points in Business Before They Happen,” recently sat down with Chad Quinn, CEO of Ecosystems, to discuss what it means to “see around corners.”
According to Rita, “seeing around corners” means you’ve developed a variety of perspectives without having to predict a single point into the future and see what the other possibilities might be. Let’s be clear, “seeing around corners” is not predicting the future, rather, it is broadening your horizon and preparing for the future with sets of considerations.
Learn more about what “seeing around corners” is in the video clip below.