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In August’s issue
Why is incremental innovation so easy and disruptive innovation so difficult asks Jeffrey Phillips. He says in many cases, setting up a new business may make more sense than trying to support both existing and disruptive products at the same time.
Nobl offers three questions that can help you balance some of the risks involved with expanding your team, especially when your organisation is going through massive change.
In the form of a drawing, Noel Warnell provides a book summary of Karim Harbott “The 6 Enablers of Business Agility”.
The Liberators provides ten ideas to improve cross-functionality in your team, such as agreeing that everyone completes at least one task they’ve never done before.
Paul Taylor challenges the conventional business wisdom that more collaboration is beneficial. He says the involvement of more people doesn’t automatically mean more diversity of thought or productivity gains.
Ben Mosior explores how Richard Rumelt’s Strategy Kernel pairs well with Wardley Mapping. Maps, Ben says, expose our assumptions to challenge, which helps us ensure our guiding policy and coherent actions actually make sense with respect to the diagnosis.
Finally, Comic Agile illustrates typical versus beneficial reasons why organisations should reorganise.