The difference of the approach proposed by DM.Lab consists of gains in agility from the allocation of cognitive strategy. All organizations face the revolutionary impulse of the New Economy, a phenomenon whose results are a greater perception of complexity in business and the need to accelerate innovation in response to changes. This in turn demands that leaders increasingly face paradoxes in the face of uncertainties and risks. At the end of a learning experience at DM.Lab, the leaders (and their teams, indirectly) will be supplied with the human and social capital necessary to advance in this scenario.
At DM.Lab, we are certain that, when challenged, leaders aware of how the mind works will be equipped individually and collectively to explore different mindsets, moving from one way of thinking to another quickly. Thus, supported by greater flexibility and tolerance of uncertainties and ambiguities, they will gradually abandon old ideas in favor of continuous learning and growth. Leaders are the first to be challenged to acquire these cognitive skills. After all, they are the ones who need to create the conditions to increase business agility. Eventually, all of that learning will become obvious in companies. However, until then, only those who manage to allocate effort and time to learn will reap the benefits.