We work with organizations to ensure the right teams are in place to execute, deliver and sustain innovation to achieve business objectives and results.
For companies challenged to deliver the next breakthrough innovation with limited resources, this means ensuring that teams can execute the strategy, process and technology of innovation, and sustain the change across the organization.
Real innovation requires not just a change in the work that is done, but a deeper and more fundamental transformation. We help improve the way that organizations work, yielding improved productivity, project management effectiveness, cross-functional collaboration and employee satisfaction.
Often, seemingly well-planned organizational change initiatives fail. So what gives?
We believe that all organizations are designed to get the results they get and that everything you do as a company leads to what you get in market.
Organizational Change Management is a complex journey - but when it comes down to communicating direction, it’s important to keep things Sesame Street simple so everyone is clear on their part in the larger initiative.
When thinking about organizational change, avoid a myopic focus on one area of your business. To drive drastically improved in-market results, look holistically across all areas of your organization for clarity and insight.
If you don't change the underlying culture of your organization - the way people actually behave and the way work gets done - the changes you make to deliver breakthrough innovation results will not be sustainable.
Reigniting the innovation engine after a turbulent two years of layoffs, cutbacks, mergers and consolidations will prove to be difficult, especially for those companies left with limited resources for innovation. This Supply & Demand Chain…
How far are you willing to go to improve your innovation teams’ effectiveness?
In the absence of a formal executive position accountable for delivering innovation results, functional leaders can replicate the benefits of having this role by working together to accomplish the same objectives.
To be a legitimate Chief Innovation Officer you have to be able to sustain superior returns on you firm’s investment in innovation. This is a big job.
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