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An athlete, in developing their skills will repeatedly ‘try’ various manoeuvres or activities until such time as either they master them, in which case they are ‘done’, or acknowledge that they are beyond their capacity to succeed. A diver will … Continue reading
A strategy provides a way to describe how the business is going to get things done. It is much less specific than a plan, which describes who will do what and when. Instead, its purpose is to broadly answer the … Continue reading
Business trends often tend to follow the patterns of cultural change. In the latter part of the 20th century, businesses developed an interest in fostering employee wellbeing, by installing such facilities as gymnasiums for staff use. This focus on staff … Continue reading
Traditional channels for doing business are being seriously disrupted by the easy access that digital devices provide to their users. Smart phones and tablets have penetrated the user community to such an extent that businesses are being created that cater … Continue reading
Business Maturity and dealing with the unexpected Watching Tom Graves’ excellent video presentation entitled ‘Same and different: architectures for mass uniqueness’ made me think seriously about how businesses, when assessing their maturity, include amongst their capabilities, the ability to handle … Continue reading