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Don’t let the ‘iceberg of ignorance’ sink your company

Do you know how frustrating it is when you introduce a new system or process, and the team’s response is lukewarm at best? It may be that the chosen solution solves your understanding of the problem, but the people who will use the new system see the issues very differently. If you want an enthusiastic…

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Looking to innovate?

“Ditch the Startup Mentality and Adopt a Venture Capitalist Mindset” The suggestion in this KelloggInsight article is that when being told to innovate, rather than turning the culture of your organization into a start-up, use the venture capital model to look at the data for areas where you can take big risks and get big…

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“If you don’t like change, you’ll like irrelevance even less”

“If you don’t like change, you’ll like irrelevance even less” – General Eric Shinseki Change is hard, and it takes a lot of effort to effect a successful transformation. While every change has an implementation cost, there is also a cost to “institutionalizing” your organization, where people fear change. This can lead to a stale…

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