Data science is becoming a reality for change management, and although it may not have arrived yet, it is time for organizations to get ready. The companies best positioned to change in the next decade will be the ones that set themselves up well now, by collecting the right kind of data and investing in their analytics capacity.
The key to building predictive models is knowing … [ Read more ]
Content: Article | Author: Michael L. Tushman | Source: Harvard Business Review | Subject: Change Management
Big companies are good at innovating within silos, but woefully bad at combining creative energies across divisions to build new businesses. The problem, we believe, is structural: Business-unit boundaries exist precisely because they create efficient structures for executing strategy. But silo focus and ruthless efficiency come at the cost of cross-divisional collaboration, so some innovation opportunities are either poorly executed or not seen at all. … [ Read more ]
Content: Article | Authors: Adam M. Kleinbaum, Michael L. Tushman | Source: Harvard Business Review | Subjects: Innovation, Management, Organizational Behavior
The problem isn’t coming up with good ideas-any manager will tell you-it’s creating an organization that can implement those good ideas and sustain innovation over time.
In this book, a second edition to the popular original, editors Michael Tushman (Harvard Business School) and Philip Anderson (INSEAD) continue to collect best writings on the subject of managing innovation, some current, some that go back decades. A reading … [ Read more ]
Content: Book | Authors: Michael L. Tushman, Philip Anderson | Subjects: Change Management, Innovation