Thirty years ago I worked as middle manager with Moog in Germany. There I had a boss who set the target for his managers that they “should get at least half of their decisions right”. It went without saying that his managers should seek ... Read More
I’ve studied the innovation capability of many organisations, as academic, consultant and employee. One question that arises regularly concerns process. Should processes be strengthened and should they be the dominant modus operandi of o... Read More
Organisational processes are great topics for heated discussion. For some, they represent the epitome of professionalism and objective management. For others they are the last resort of an unimaginative mind and a soulless culture. For m... Read More
How can an organisation sustain innovation?
Sustained Systemic Innovation
Who has responsibility for what? Who does what?
It’s hard to build and sustain innovation in any organisation. Everyone needs to be involved, yet some staf... Read More