Seeking powerful competitive advantages to win more expansively and sustainably
Current Reality: Every Company is Operating Under the Same Rules
Business culture is overly consumed with our products and services and misses major opportunities for multiple innovations that add advanced synergies. We become myopic and live more into our stress responses than we do into locating and leveraging existing and original assets.
Problem is, you’re consumed with fundraising, putting out fires, developing the core technology, and growing your primary audience. Exploring potentially innovative strategic opportunities to scale beyond the obvious use cases and models require abnormal access to intelligence, creative thinking, deep knowledge share, and an unusual desire to create new systems that do not yet exist, not to mention the time and focus to nurture these new ideas and relationships.
Opportunity: Gain an Unfair Advantage
As an early investor and relentless champion of decentralized and glass-breaking innovations, I’ve spent the time connecting the dots and mapping core systemic breakdowns that exist in companies in order to address multiple sources of disintegration that we have come to accept as standard. I work closely with company MVPs to acquire a matrix of knowledge of your current capabilities in order to locate and activate existing and new intelligence that is not being employed.
I leverage my domain acumen, design thinking, war-room strategy, and broadband instincts to generate more sophisticated and altogether new intelligence structures in order to ultimately provide more resilient and sustainable advantages that not only reduce points of failure and operational pain, but that ultimately attract and retain investors, new customers, high-value employees, and set your brand way apart from the rest.
Her partnership has equipped my department to overcome barriers, build creative solutions to complex problems and connect the dots across organizations and geos using valuable business intelligence. Her strategies solve problems, drive business outcomes, and provide an outlet for people to take charge of their professional destiny.Chelsea Krakowski