Posts Tagged ‘Transformation’

Is the use of digital twins to improve sustainability on the rise?

Tuesday, June 25th, 2024

Digital twins, which are virtual replicas of physical objects or processes, are becoming increasingly valuable tools for supply chain management and optimisation, including sustainability.

A sustainability trend in supply chains is driven by several factors:

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Why do large government IT programmes fail?

Friday, June 14th, 2024

When big IT programmes in government fail it’s often due to a combination of interrelated factors.  They contribute to a complex environment that hinders success. Some of the primary reasons for such failures are below, some of which are unique only to the public sector:

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7 reasons why your organisation struggles to create a generative culture

Monday, June 10th, 2024

A generative culture within an organisational is characterised by high levels of innovation, learning, and adaptability. It is marked by openness, collaboration, and a focus on continuous improvement. In such a culture, employees are able to more freely take initiative, share ideas, and experiment without fear of failure. The Westrum model generative model is discussed in this paper >>

They can fail or struggle to have an impact in an organisation for a variety of reasons.

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The importance of slow thinking in organisational environments

Wednesday, May 8th, 2024

Popularised by Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman in his book “Thinking, Fast and Slow,” Kahneman describes two systems that drive our decision-making:

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