“We have a business strategy to innovate, but we don’t want to change our business processes.”
Everyone knows that change is vital to business progression, growth, and future success. Business innovation is hard, and when incorrectly implemented, innovation can fail to add value to the business and have a marginal return on the effort and investment.
Innovation projects introduce new thinking that may require new products, business models, processes and procedures and we know most corporate structures, cultures, management and users fear change. Users don’t like change forced upon them, and they certainly don’t like change that is generated internally without a good reason. Read More