When organisations are often too ponderous to innovate, what proven approaches exist to bridge the internal gap between the opposing needs of entrepreneurialism and operationalism?
This talk will explore emerging approaches that utilise the internal tensions between innovators and conservative communities. We’ll explore the importance of designing for team structures and communication pathways that are driven by cognitive load and end-to-end value creation.
These approaches create the conditions that will support risk-taking, enable greater agility and increase market competitiveness.
- The rate of organisational adaptability must be greater than the market
- The barriers to innovation, such as operational culture, stifles the emergence of entrepreneurialism
- The myths and mistakes organisations make when attempting to create innovation and alignment
- Utilising the natural tension between traditionalists and entrepreneurs to create lasting innovation
- Creating end-to-end value using team topologies which consider cognitive load and clear collaboration lines
- Research and personal stories of how organisations have overcome scepticism and have achieved innovation and greater business agility
Duration: 45 minutes. Ideally 60 minutes.
It can be delivered remotely or in-person