While many transformation models focus mainly on technology, the journey to becoming a Mutable Business™ places an equal emphasis on people, business models and technology. Indeed, without forward-thinking ‘Mutable’ people from top to bottom in the organisation, it becomes impossible to reach a state of permanent reinvention.
The Globalution group is here to support you on your Mutable journey, through a mixture of business, people and technology-based solutions. Below are some examples of how you can develop 'Mutable' people across your organisation.
H-Shaped people form the cornerstone of businesses of the future. It’s important not to be just technically adept in your role, but also emotionally sound. What do we need now and for the future? The two necessary ingredients are emotional intelligence and the ability to work multi-portfolio - these are the keys to unlocking future success in the digital age.
We say that people are assets to an organisation, but in many cases they sit on the balance sheet as a liability. In a world of increased automation, particularly for processed-based jobs, people need to show incredible self-awareness by knowing and understanding their own liability and asset curve in order to adapt and thrive. We can help.
In an ever-changing world full of uncertainty for workers, multi-portfolio working will become the norm. As the use of automation continues to rise, typical full-time 9-5 roles will be eroded, and people will need to adapt to working multi-portfolio across multiple roles and organisations to maximise their worth. Multi-portfolio working isn’t the future, it is now, and many of the most productive workers are already operating in this way.
We believe flexible working is truly misunderstood. True flexible working involves a model based on output, and outcomes, rather than time spent at a desk, and goes hand-in-hand with the ability to work multi-portfolio. Why tie yourself in to working set hours on three or four days a week, when you can be paid on completing an agreed-upon output at a pace and schedule that suits all parties – whether it takes four days or two?