Boundaries between industries are eroding. The relationships among suppliers, producers, and consumers are also blurring,  more rapidly than many business decision makers are prepared for. Dr Chander Velu, head of the IfM’s Business Model Innovation research programme, contests why having digested...
Innovation describes the process of changing or creating more effective processes, products or ideas which can increase the likelihood of the business succeeding. Agility is the capacity of the business to identify and capture opportunities more quickly than rivals...
An interview with David Kester, Chief Executive, Design Council. To foster a culture of innovation, managers must look outward to identify consumers' problems and spark ideas for solving those problems. They must also ease employees' fear of change. Technology enables...
As digital becomes the new normal, the paths to success are there for the taking. But be sure you know  how to navigate the digital frontier. Acording to John Sviokla, head of Global Thought Leadership at PwC, in his article ‘Four...
The most successful people in business approach their work differently than most. They all share the similar perspectives and beliefs. According to Jeff Haden, regardless of industry or profession, they act on those beliefs: 1. Time doesn't fill me. I fill time. Deadlines...
According to Jermaine Haughton od CMI, the trust displayed throughout all levels of your organisation can be make or break in determining its growth, productivity and culture. Trust is a unique quality built over a period of time, but can...
 The Myth of Excellence In the book "The Myth of Excellence: Why Great Companies Never Try to be the Best at Everything," by Fred Crawford & Ryan Mathews, the authors contest that : "We assumed that consumers wanted the absolute lowest...
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