Before the Corona pandemic, a report from an American university concluded that in 2025, 60% of the jobs done will be new jobs that we have not yet identified. Covid-19 may have accelerated these transformations.
What will organizations look like in a few years? What work remains to be done and who will do it? The answer to these and other questions will depend on the level of innovation of your leaders and managers.
Innovation in the next economy goes far beyond the invention of new tools and new technologies. It’s about how and where you can add a unique value. It’s about the speed at which you can unlearn, relearn and master new skills. It’s about how you engage others on a deeper, more humanistic and passionate level.
Take a new approach – a mode of opportunity: There are no problems; only the opportunities will force your team to think of new ways to see problems, challenges and to think of and bring about better solutions.
Innovation is also to reconsider the assumptions you have made in the past
Innovation is learning to ask a different set of questions
Innovation involves all stakeholders in the search for a better solution
Innovation develops empathy for both the employee and the customer
Notre équipe d’experts chevronnés peut vous aider à développer une organisation innovante, à affiner l’intelligence collective de votre organisation et à réaliser de la valeur plus rapidement et à moindre coût.
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