Let’s surf this massive wave together and embrace change. Just read a useful McKinsey article about reimagining your business for the post-Covid world. I found… Read More »Covid-19 has accelerated organizational change by some years and that’s sensational
It’s the stats, spreadsheets and carefully crafted reports that really excite us – no really! Think back over the high spots of your careers and… Read More »Business storytelling is fanciful and irresponsible. Not.
Without a Whole-of-Business Living Plan we’re gambling on guesswork, blind luck and reactive tactics Every organization is rethinking its business models. Most of us are… Read More »Our organizations won’t survive without ‘Living Plans’
There’s huge scope to strip out layers, silos, rules and methodologies. All it takes is the mindset shift. Rob Fyfe recently talked about lack of… Read More »The key to working in a post-Covid world is simplify, simplify, simplify.
How do you know? Everybody scrambled to keep their businesses functioning as we headed into lockdown. Many of us were not prepared for a working… Read More »It’s coming – the next black-swan event. Are you ready?
We can continue to label it, and other initiatives, as failures or we can innovate on the world stage. There’s really only one choice worth… Read More »INCIS epitomized major, brutal system failure
Global lock-down provides the opportunity. Let’s take it. The world is watching us and our public officials, such as Dr Ashley Bloomfield, are demonstrating in… Read More »Our public servants must lead the world in 2020
Show me the plan! Demonstrate we, as ratepayers, can trust you to deliver to the business case. The Wellington Library rebuild / replacement is already… Read More »Will the Wellington Library project blow its schedule and budget? Yes!
Simple, powerful., emotional….different. We need this for management. The story of how NZ’s bubble and ‘staying safe’ came about makes interesting reading. Dr Tristram Ingham… Read More »NZ’s Covid ‘bubble’ captured the imagination of the world.
So much thinking. So much talk. So little progress. Our people, having experienced lock-down, can help quickly change outmoded management models but only if we… Read More »Peter Drucker would be rolling in his grave