By the middle managers obsession with constantly chasing efficiencies alone, there is little ‘slack’ for innovation and new learning. Their measurement is often based on this efficiency and effectiveness emphasis and not on generating innovation.
Le MOOC est à la mode. Il faut faire du MOOC, comme il fallait faire au début des années 2000 du E-Learning. Mais la formation en entreprise a ses spécificités et est actuellement à un tournant de son histoire. Le MOOC est certainement une opportunité pour les entreprises, mais ces dernières devront se l’approprier pour en tirer les bénéfices.
Innovation, according to the Wall Street Journal, is the most overused term. But real innovation is not dead. While many companies are struggling to be innovative, a few ones have successfully rethought what it means to “think different.”
Jonathan Fields of Good Life Project spent close to an hour in deep conversation with Sinek discussing the impact of leadership, and how we should all be pushing ourselves by asking more questions and demanding that these questions be answered in a much simpler way.
Intelligent processes, enabled by digital technology, create a virtuous cycle of constant improvement fed by continuous feedback. And they are set to soon reinvent much of the way that businesses are run - in as soon as the next five years.
Warren Buffett speaking to a group of students from the Kansas University School of Business (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Disclaimer: Warren Buffett is the person I try (largely unsuccessfully) to emulate the most.