Posts Tagged: culture

Why corporations don’t innovate

Over and over again I see this question raised and discussed. Different reasons are proposed, but I think the main one is the corporate culture. Innovation is, by definition, trying a new way of doing things that has not yet been tried before. This is inherently risky as failure is the most likely outcome. As

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Culture is everything, processes are nothing

A change is underway in management, especially in high-tech companies. This – as I call it – “New Wave of Management” started by the Agile and Lean movements now includes other ideas like “Management 3.0” or “Radical Management” (both also excellent books). It is visible also outside software development with companies changing their structure to

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