geodesic (jē'ə-děs'ĭk, -dē'sĭk)
Adjective - Relating to or denoting the shortest possible line between two points on a sphere or other curved surface.
English Oxford Living Dictionaries © 2018 Oxford University Press
Noun - A curve that locally minimizes the distance between two points on any mathematically defined space, such as a curved manifold.
The American Heritage® Science Dictionary. Houghton Mifflin Company. 15 Apr. 2018.
One of the basic truths in business, is that the shortest distance between two points is rarely a straight line. This is particularly clear when plotting a course around all obstacles on the way to success. In no place is this more evident, than in today's modern technology driven workplace. Particularly, because so many different challenges arise, when every part of an organization is so strongly and individually compelled to embrace all things digital. The trick then, is to find the fastest route around each challenge and every obstacle by anticipating, avoiding or overcoming them, while maintaining an overview of the whole. Embracing this ideal is at the core of our philosophy and what makes us Geodesic.
GEODESIC was founded in 2018, by Richard Gledhill and Christian Heraty in Rotkreuz, Zug Switzerland. With each having gathered more than 20 years of experience in digital, the founding partners realized that they shared a similar ideal and passion regarding digital transformation and what has been commonly referred to as the "digital workplace". Together they agreed that, "transformation" and "digitalization" are less the mark of the current era and more a new constant in an ever-evolving way we work. By combining our ideas and expertise, we continue to develop and improve our unique approach towards digitalization for enterprise organizations and their modern way of working.
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Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex… It takes a touch of genius – and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction.