Ján Uriga works as a strategist in a network of narrowly specialized companies, where he deals with projects in the field of strategic change management, customer experience, innovation and corporate culture. At the Institute of Experimental Psychology of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, he was involved in research and application of social intelligence and decision-making by leaders within the PhD program. He is a co-founder of a project combining significant capacities in the field of behavioral economics. Since 2018, he has founded and led the European Competence Center - PwC Experience Center in Prague, which is a transformation program for organizations in the CEE region. He has also been lecturing at several universities for more than 10 years
Statistics on unfulfilled visions are relentless. Up to 2/3 do not fulfill their original ambitions. Explaining why both professional and popular resources are insufficiently devoted, and if so, secondarily, very carefully (except for discrediting campaigns). The reason is probably understandable, because who in our mental space would want to deal with failure. However, this is a cardinal mistake. Following an athlete's strategy after losing a match ala: We need to quickly forget about it ... it's toxic.
In the presentation in 5 points, I will present the most common reasons for failure, which, if each of us masters at least partially, will contribute the most to the creation of a super-innovative Slovakia.