Innovation management

Innovation (that nowadays mostly comes in some form of open innovation and design thinking) needs to be managed within specific contexts and following certain rules in order to create the desired impact. Innovation capacity is a result of an organisations’ most critical intellectual capital components: dynamic capabilities, absorptive capacity, resilience, agility and experimentalism.

Digital transformation

In order to survive, every organization needs to design an integrated, automated and experience-rich digital value chain and innovate within digital business models and at the digital workplace. Digital transformation embraces many different challenges but also opportunities both at the organizational and at the societal level. In order to fully exploit its potential and master its risks it also demands a great amount of cultural flexibility and agility and a deep understanding of how people, technology and organizations interact and create value.

Organizational devlopement

Distributed, connected, agile and flat organizational designs are emerging everywhere in management (and  self-management) practices. Playful, smart, social and collaborative technologies enable modern digital workplaces, physical spaces and marketplaces. Lean governance, leadership as a service, sensemaking  and systematic organisational learning are other necessary ingredients for sustainable growth and prosperity in times of high uncertainty and complexity.

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