Vision, when seen through the lens of rhetoric, is really a story. And a persuasive story isn’t “innovative,” as we understand the word today; in fact, it is one of the oldest arts out there. This post offers an exercise that I learned at Leadership Arlington and taught by Susan Piedmont-Palladino meant to tap into the deeper parts of our cognition to help with articulating a vision.
The Boston Consulting Group (BCG), one of the world’s foremost management consulting companies, and The Hard Yards, a strategy and information technology consulting company that integrates design thinking, agile, and advanced analytics, finalized a strategic partnership today. The Small Business Administration (SBA) approved an All Small Mentor-Protégé Agreement between the two companies. Together, BCG and Hard Yards will help enable defense and intelligence digital transformation.