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Measuring Ethics

  • Posted by Dan Toma
  • On 04/08/2020
Today all industries go through changes, making an understanding of the factors that influence purchase decisions highly important. With every firm attempting to gain a desired share of the market by providing the highest quality products that are readily available at a reasonable price – the competition is fierce. However, in an abundant world where […]
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Joining the transformation and innovation dots

  • Posted by Cris Beswick
  • On 27/07/2020
No one is an island, so the saying goes, and the same is true of business concepts and delivery. Leadership theory, sustainability, lean project management, or indeed any other business practice cannot be taken in isolation. And if you try then the inevitable outcome is a clash between existing and new methodologies alongside confusion and […]
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The Venture Boards

  • Posted by Dan Toma
  • On 16/07/2020
Measuring innovation at product team level is not enough to have an innovation accounting system. Innovation has become an important activity for the survivability and future profitability of a company. Therefore more and more stakeholders are drawn to the process of building the company’s future offerings.  Keeping one group of stakeholders in the dark is […]
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The Three Pillars of Innovation

  • Posted by Cris Beswick
  • On 06/07/2020
Numerous research studies consistently show companies that double-down on innovation during downturns, using the time as an inflexion point to reframe for an innovation-led recovery, outperform those that don’t over the long term. But, reframing in such a way requires the core pillars for innovation capability to be firmly in place and despite two-thirds of […]
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9 Signs Your Industry is About to be Disrupted

  • Posted by Dan Toma
  • On 23/06/2020
With entrepreneurial successes such as Airbnb, Warby Parker or SpaceX taking over industries, the desire and ability to disrupt a sector via technological design is on the rise. Digitally advanced startups, entrepreneurs and innovators are disrupting the norm, in an otherwise controlled corporate industry, taking the lion’s share of markets and delivering far superior services […]
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Building bold strategies, one hypothesis at a time!

  • Posted by Cris Beswick
  • On 16/06/2020
With an abundance of global reports and surveys outlining the continued challenges faced by organisations in their quest to innovate, the single biggest issue we still see leaders make is not creating absolute clarity on strategy. And if you subscribe to the notion of “tomorrow’s prosperity is dictated by today’s leadership decisions” then innovation has […]
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Why smart leaders are building innovation maturity NOW!

  • Posted by Cris Beswick
  • On 28/05/2020
In the middle of any crisis, the leadership dilemma is always how to continue shaping the future while balancing the short-term need to navigate the current storm. The crash of 2008 was the last catalyst for step-change. Although it can’t be compared in the same light, we think the current COVID-19 pandemic will be the […]
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Slicing and Dicing Innovation Vehicles

  • Posted by Dan Toma
  • On 07/05/2020
In this current global market, large corporate companies have seen first-hand their industries disrupted by innovative startups. Startups that bring new technology to their clients and offer customers something novel to an already existing need. For established corporates to stay ahead, they need to allow for disruptive innovation to happen internally. Allowing entrepreneurial, accelerated corporate […]
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Defensive vs. Progressive transformations

  • Posted by Dan Toma
  • On 05/05/2020
Most corporations in need of transformation are complex organizations. This complexity was built in decades of focusing on optimizing the core business. With complexity people tend to lose sight of the big picture and become specialized. Hence the problem they see in front of them looks like the most important and urgent, while everything else […]
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