Why using the main concepts of Design thinking is good.
Change by definition is “to make the form, nature, content, future course, etc., of (something) different from what it is or from what it would be if left alone”. After talking about how to prepare and execute change, let’s see which reactions can be experienced. People can react in different ways to change that impactContinue reading “Reactions to Change – Pill 026”
After preparing for change is time for the executing. At this stage, the organization implements the planned changes on technology, structure, culture, or procedures. The specifics of how change should be executed will depend on the type of change. However, there are two tips that may facilitate the success of a change effort. PROVIDE SUPPORT: As the changeContinue reading “Executing change – Pill 025”
As their definition, Projects bring change most of the times, since they deliver something new to the organization, and unique. So what to keep in mind when delivering a Project? Many change efforts fail because people are insufficiently prepared for change. When people impacted by the project (that we should have mapped within the Stakeholders)Continue reading “Preparing for change – Pill 024”
In Pill 017 I’ve shared the A-B-C concept about how to shape culture of change and innovation, but that depends on the company’s structure within we are moving. Company structure are fundamental to shape culture of sharing and innovation. We can talk about two configurations of organizational structures, mechanic structures and organic structures. Mechanistic structures are thoseContinue reading “Company Structure and Innovation – Pill 022”
In today’s pill I’d like to share the differences on innovating a product, a process or a service. Product innovation concerns the innovation of physical products, products that are tangible and so there can be a radical new product or an incremental innovation (we will discuss radical and incremental innovation in a different Pill). In contrastContinue reading “Product, service and Process Innovation – Pill 018”