This question posed in a discussion forum made us pause and think: "Bosses think their firms are caring and "values-driven." Their minions disagree. I think it's hard from top-down, policy-driven firms to switch to values-driven because even the values are enforced top-down and bosses who have never listened carefully to their employees don't suddenly start … Continue reading Corporate Culture
Introduction Cost cutting has been a priority in the private sector, ever since the financial credit quake started in 2008, yet the words currently are ‘austerity measures’ and budget cuts in the public sector. Most of the cost cutting in organisations has been along the tactical and operational lines and we believe that in the … Continue reading Risk-Based Change Management
Risk has as one of its essential elements TRUST as a foundation. Trust on the other hand has many other factors that interplay and interact on it. Markets are created when there are needs that are not immediately met from you local environment and therefore scarcity exists. Market participants step in to fill this 'needs' … Continue reading Risk Management Ideas
Risk! This will be the main theme of this part of the series we are investigating. As highlighted in part 3 Risk Management and Sustainability are key factors to consider in unleashing Innovation and creativity in the organisation’s life cycle. However, in the word life-cycle we already have a clue as to the inevitability … Continue reading The trouble with Innovation – Part 4
One of the comments we picked up on during the CeBIT 2010 fair was this: At around 80% of the exhibitor booths it is very difficult to figure out what the company does or sells. Now we might split hairs over the accuracy of the 80% estimate, but we want to focus on … Continue reading What do you do?