A weekly roundup of news about, and insights from, our global community of management consultants. The Digital Supply Chain Transformation of Pharma Evren...
A weekly roundup of news about, and insights from, our global community of management consultants.
In this insightful post, Luiz Zorzella identifies the limitations of relying on market reports followed by five smart moves that can be employed to take advantage of new opportunities.
Kaihan Krippendorff, author of several books on organization and strategy, illustrates how a successful business model can be a barrier to progress and suggests that in a new market of multiple pricing, product, and distribution options, we should also adopt multiple business models. He provides examples of companies that have successfully adapted their business model, and offers a few preliminary steps to explore new ways of thinking about strategy, growth, and innovation.
When planning a strategy, Amanda Setili, author of The Agility Advantage, explains the importance of examining and understanding the implications change will have on your business environment to anticipate and prepare for the multiple effects that follow the change.
As many large publishing houses restructure and implement lay-offs to stay competitive in a digital age, consolidation and diversification are key to survival. Media expert Peter Kreisky explains why in this recent interview for The Street.
Non-profit organizations and for-profit businesses often connect and collaborate on mutually beneficial initiatives; they also share a lexicon of terminology that is similar. However, while the words are the same the meanings may differ. Esther Kim decodes some commonly used terms to help bridge the gap in corporate conversations.
In today’s fast-paced economy, there are many old-fashioned standard practices that could be reduced to save time and money. Hock Kim Teh identifies the benefits of lean thinking and how a manager who streamlines a system to do less, builds a better managerial model.
Change is the one sure constant in life; and yet, it is the most difficult constant to accept. Stefan Pap draws from the expertise of psychologist and practicing therapist Robert Kegan, to identify why we resist change, and offers a proven process that encourages receptivity and acceptance to enable smoother transitions.
Tirrel Payton identifies the one major barrier to implementing change in an organization’s culture, and he also recommends a tactic to overcome this common barrier.