'I hope the video and white paper will inspire and start dialogue about how to successfully adapt and grow by changing how organizations function,' said Parker Lee, president, XPLANE.
Portland, OR (PRWEB) April 10, 2014
XPLANE, a design consultancy focused on empowering change makers through visual communications, has announced the latest video in its popular “Did You Know?” series. “Did You Know? 6.0: Change to Thrive” visually explores how organizations can adapt and prosper in today’s changing market. The video is also accompanied by a white paper, which describes several skills that organizations can implement to become more adaptable and successful.
“Did You Know? 6.0: Change to Thrive” provides examples of businesses that have both prospered through change and those that have failed by remaining stagnant. It discusses key aspects to an organization’s growth, including the approaches it should take and the possibilities for thriving by being open to both change and opportunity.
“I hope the video and white paper will inspire and start dialogue about how to successfully adapt and grow by changing how organizations function,” said Parker Lee, president, XPLANE. “An adaptive culture is essential and being nimble and open to change not only improves performance but creates a healthier working environment.”
XPLANE’s “Did You Know?” series began in 2007 and since has been viewed by 20 million people. “Did You Know? 6.0: Change to Thrive” is licensed by XPLANE under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share-Alike license and users are free to copy, distribute, remix and transmit the presentation as long as the proper attribution is given to the original creators and resulting work is shared under the same license. “Did You Know? 6.0: Change to Thrive” is not available for commercial purposes without permission from the creators.
XPLANE is an award-winning, global business design consultancy that uses a visualization-based approach to help organizations innovate and perform better. Our Business Design Thinking methodology develops practical solutions for even the most complex problems and aspirational goals, helping organizations achieve better results in less time. Using this approach over the last 20 years, we’ve earned the trust of leading organizations in virtually every industry, including American Express, Autodesk, Disney, The Economist, Gates Foundation, Intel, Microsoft, Nike, Unicef and the U.S. Marines. We serve our clients from offices in Portland, Ore. (headquarters) and Amsterdam, Netherlands. http://www.xplane.com