Vision and strategy design, implementation and communication.
Towards a re-invention of organisational operating systems
We are convinced that the entirely new competitive environments require a fundamental and radical re-thinking of organisational design. The formerly hugely successful “industrial machines” have become a curse and are poised for extinction – their fixation on command and control, avoidance of errors, reproducibility and static efficiency make them badly suited to cope with the new realities. At the same time, they have incredible inertia – by design. So, how do you transform them? What new mindsets and values are required? Which frameworks, processes and systems constitute the operating systems of these new organisations? How do you build innovativeness, agility and radical customer-centricity into their DNA? How do you get from A to B?