In the last few months I have been able to hold many discussions on the subject of agility. Exciting discussions, because almost every one of us has a definite opinion on this. And in many discussions, it is not so much about content details or subtleties that are philosophized at first, but rather generously ascertained: … Weiterlesen What kind of culture does an agile organization need?
In the world of business, the buzzword "digital transformation" is relentlessly echoing through the factory halls and busy open-plan offices. Digitisation is not only the central future topic of our time from a technological point of view, but also shakes our social and economic life in its foundations with its implications. In the public debate, … Weiterlesen Skill Change in response to the digital transformation
Against the background of the increasing dynamics of change resulting from digital transformation, agility receives a high degree of attention. Agility is thereby understood as the ability to respond to changes effectively and efficiently (Häusling und Fischer 2016, p. 30; Zobel 2005, p. 160). However, depending on the discipline, a slightly different focus is chosen. … Weiterlesen Agile organizational structure – a framework for context-specific design
Die Geschwindigkeit, mit der sich die Dinge verändern, nimmt zu. Dies ist keine neue These, nur scheint die Veränderungsgeschwindigkeit nun im Zuge der digitalen Transformation noch stärker betont als ohnehin schon. Im work@post Blog habe ich fünf Strategien formuliert, die helfen sollen, erfolgreich mit Veränderungen am Arbeitsplatz umzugehen.
Competition is intensifying, margins are eroding and innovative start-ups are pushing the sluggish giants. Well-known companies such as Kodak, Nokia or Blackberry have not only lost much of their former nimbus of the innovative pioneer and dominant market leader, they are now fighting for survival. If the literature is to be believed, there seems to … Weiterlesen In the three-step to innovation