Expertise – a double-edged sword?

You can only create a future-fit culture of innovation and agility when people in the organisation are energised, engaged and enthusiastic enough to make it happen.

Fortunately, that happens automagically once they see, clearly, with their own eyes, what’s been holding the organisation back and how they can help it break free.

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Best practice solutions to the wrong problems

Organisational change tends to be hard to pull off – even when it looks like it should be easy.

What makes it hard is that it inevitably involves a complex interplay between the attitudes, behaviours, actions and interactions of multiple people with different perspectives.

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Silo busting for innovation and agility

Fiefdoms, factions and silos form as a result of the human tendency of aligning with others ‘like us’. Traditional organisation structures and measurement methods turbocharge this tendency, leading to local optimisation at the expense of organisational innovation and agility.

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