Innovation

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November 23, 2016

Trust, Innovation and the Future of Digital Work

In the new entrepreneurial work culture, people have to innovate through experimenting and taking risks. Employers need to demonstrate the trust factor, namely that failure is acceptable. If large firms...

November 10, 2016

The Culture of Innovation Revisited

It is easy to give a view on the important issue of how to create a culture of innovation. Rather more difficult is to clarify what type of innovation and...

November 10, 2016

The Culture of Innovation Revisited

It is easy to give a view on the important issue of how to create a culture of innovation. Rather more difficult is to clarify what type of innovation and...

November 7, 2016

Extreme Visualisation: Methods for the Post Agile Enterprise

It may be controversial to say it but much of what passes for “agile” in the enterprise is anything but. Agile was intended to replace waterfall development processes and it...

November 2, 2016

Ready To Jump – Agile, Teams and Autonomy in The Peloton

Sport is increasingly used as a model for how business teams should behave. It's also been a great example of how data can improve performance. But the emphasis on loyalty,...

October 31, 2016

Fostering the IT Business Dialogue Part 2: The new language of business

In the first part of this short series, I focused on aspects of IT that people on the business side typically don’t keep abreast of. That lag creates tension in...

Design

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Designing for the autonomous generation

Design thinking has become deeply embedded in strategy over the past decade but new challenges are now emerging, not least how to design for a new autonomous generation of devices,...

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