Look Both Ways!

In his latest edition of the weekly “Economic Principles“, David Warsh addresses the controversy revolving around Jill Lepore’s criticism of Clay Christensen’s work in The New Yorker. He delivers some salient points and he gives a hat tip to our founders, Professors Charles O’Reilly and Michael Tushman, and their concept of the Ambidextrous Organization, as the way forward for larger, well-established businesses. Does Ambidexterity resonate with you, as it did with Warsh? 

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Top tip on change communications – start with the right questions | simply communicate

We’re linking to Agenda Strategies’ Liam FitzPatrick’s piece that claims that asking just five basic questions will help you add value to any project from the very beginning. We think he’s on to something.  Do you agree? Top tip on change communications – start with the right questions | simply communicate.