by Laurie Fitzjohn-Sykes, director of research, Tomorrow's Comapny Read the original article here. It is now 25 years since Tiny...
With the power that Google brings to every desktop, we are awash with data and anyone can access research. Combined with social media, it is easy to see how we have created a world of instant opinion, snap judgements and decision-making by Twitter.
Whilst this instant access can produce the wisdom of the crowd, it can also result in bland conformity and unthinkable outcomes. What it cannot produce is deeper discernment about what things mean in context and why things matter. Nor can it look to the future and see how events occurring today may combine to form patterns that will influence our world for many years ahead.
If you are leading an organisation, this presents you with a dilemma. You are stretched for time and resource, and need to move quickly, but how do you ensure you are moving in the right direction?
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We have built a reputation for high standards of research developed over 25 years. Our research is grounded in meaningful conversations with practitioners, leaders, influencers and implementers who have to make things happen. This is made possible through our highly collaborative approach which, combined with huge convening power, has meant that we can get you quickly to the heart of the matter.
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