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The Strategic Challenges Turkeys Face

In general, a Turkey’s life is pretty good. It starts out tough, with having to break out of a shell, but from then on, they have lot of food, grass to play in and the company of other Turkeys. That’s not too bad. A particularly inquisitive group of Turkey analysts, armed with Excel and a data…

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Stratalis Group Sponsors the Chamber Orchestra of New York

The Stratalis Group is proud to announce their support of the Chamber Orchestra of New York, the first auditioned young professional orchestra in the history of New York. The Chamber Orchestra of New York is one of the city’s most dynamic orchestras and the New York Times has described them as “polished, rich and stirring.”…

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Hemingway to Deliver Keynote at 16th Brazilian Mining Conference

NEW YORK, NY, MARCH 28, 2014 We are excited to announce that George Hemingway, Stratalis Partner and Innovation Practice Lead will be giving the opening Keynote at the 16th Brazilian Mining Congress held in Belo Horizonte, Brazil from September 14-17, 2015. The event receives over 50,000 visitors a year and is one of the premier…

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Futurecasting: The Power of Foresight – The Final in a Six Part Series

This is the final article in a series of six published in Mining Magazine. In our final article in the Futurecasting series we end as we began, with the donkey. These animals are both good way to transport material in an underground mine and completely unacceptable in todays operations. Once ubiquitous, donkeys were doomed to…

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Futurecasting the Fluid Firm: The Fifth in a Six Part Series

This is article five in a series of six published in Mining Magazine. In this series of articles, we have explored visions of operations and how companies will organise around them. We have imagined what the future holds for how we will work. In this article we will look more at the business model and…

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Open Innovation in Mining – The Second Wave

Originally published in Mining Magazine, February 2015.   The natural resources industry takes a lot of criticism for being behind the times. Critics, both inside and outside of the industry, point to the slow adoption of already proven technologies as proof that the mining industry just doesn’t “get it” when it comes to innovation. There…

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Futurecasting the Symbiotic Structure: The Fourth in a Six Part Series

This is article four in a series of six published in Mining Magazine. Explore the full original article here     Futurecasting an operation is fun, because it entails blending different technologies and exploring the physical impact on an environment. In our last articles we explored two operating visions of the future: The Rock Factory…

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Futurecasting the Living Mine: The Third in a Six Part Series

This is article three in a series of six published in Mining Magazine. Explore the full original article here In our second article, “The Rock Factory”, we introduced a new operating vision for the future of large-scale capital projects, specifically those in the natural resources industry. This third article describes another of our operating visions,…

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Futurecasting the Rock Factory: The Second in a Six Part Series

This is article two in a series of six published in Mining Magazine. Explore the full original article here In our first article, “The Future of Mining”, we introduced Futurecasting, a powerful tool that we use to help organizations to discover opportunity by crafting possible visions of the future. This article describes the first of…

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Change is Coming to The Diamond Market

The rough diamond market is facing a fundamental shift leading to opportunities and threats for all players within the value chain—with meaningful strategic implications. Explore the original article here Diamonds may be forever, but diamond mines are not. The rough diamond market is facing a fundamental shift that could drive the price of diamonds to…

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