New Normal of Business

At MindShift Innovation, we are focused on helping companies figure out what has changed and how to succeed in the new normal.  Here is a list of resources that will help you understand:
The Emergence of a New Normal in Business


The Ambidextrous CEO, Michel L. Tushman, Wendy K. Smith and Andy Binns (2011)
Leadership Through and After the Crisis:McKinsey’ Global Survey Results (2009)
Perspectives on a New Normal in Business, John I. Todor, Ph.D.
Our View of the New Normal Business Challenges,
The New Normal, Ian Davis
25 Stretch Goals for Management, Gary Hamel
The Old Solutions Have Become the New Problems, Shoshana Zuboff
The Big Shift, John Hagel, John Seeley Brown and Lang Davison
The New Economy, Chris Anderson
How to Survive and Thrive in Business Today with Web 2.0, Dion Hinchcliffe
Strategy in a Structural Break, Richard P. Rumelt

Blog Posts

Reinventing Management, Julian Birkinshaw (2011)
IBM Survey: CEOs says they can’t handle growing complexity, Paul Krill, (2010)
Richard Florida: How the Recession Will Reshape Our Economy – and Our Society, Richard Florida (2010)
The New Normal: Your Customer is in the Drivers Seat, David Rich (2010)
Using Social Software to Reinvent Customer Relationships, Dion Hinchcliffe
The Smart Growth Manifesto, Umair Haque
From Social Media to Social Business Design, David Armano

Videos, Podcast and Webinars

The Great Trust Offensive, Business Week
Dan Pink on the Science of Motivation
Conversations with John Chambers
Why Management Innovation Matters, Gary Hamel
Eric Schmidt at the Management Lab Summit


Enterprise 2.0: New Collaboration Tools for Your Organization’s Toughest Challenges, Andrew McAfee (2009)
The Design of Business: Why Design Thinking is the Next Competitive Advantage, Roger L. Martin (2009)
The Only Sustainable Edge: Why Business Strategy Depends on Productive Friction and Dynamic Specialization, John Hagel III and John Seely Brown (2005)

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