Building organisational capacity to innovate

High-innovation organisations that have some very clear differences in their innovation strategy and capabilities and the benefits they have realised.
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Checklist for CEOs, Managers and Entrepreneurs

Innovation is a core driver of growth and long-term sustainability. An organisation’s ability to innovate, to develop the fresh value-creating ideas of its employees and to translate them into the organisation is becoming a fundamental organisation capability. 
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Strategically scale your business

For companies that have established themselves as a successful business, what comes next? If you have a $5 million company, why can’t it be a $50 million company? If your company is a $50 million business how do you strategically scale to $500 million?
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How to secure approval for your next project

The process of developing a solid business case is critically important for securing the approval for projects and investments. Here are the five key steps for creating a solid business case.
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Developing reporting that fits with your business model

Do you need to improve your organisation’s board and executive reporting? It is critical that the chosen reporting method links to your business model, strategic direction and the environment. An effective reporting framework will aim to address nine key questions.
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Managing your project for success

The greatest challenges facing projects today are still management rather than technical issues. The complexity of projects is increasing, and organisations must improve their capabilities to deliver.
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The importance of actionable insights

How do you create great customer experiences which drive performance when your customers’ behaviours and habits rapidly change?

By linking real-time customer experience and business unit performance into actionable plans.

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Improving the Customer Experience                   

Combining customer insights and strategic drivers

Customers are the source of real growth. How do you encourage long-term customer loyalty when your customers’ behaviours and habits rapidly change?
This can be achieved by connecting with your customers and conducting annual surveys that combine in-depth customer insights and a deep understanding of strategic drivers.
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Breaking through the growth wall

For small and medium-sized businesses that are struggling to break through their growth wall, rapid business growth can be achieved by launching new products and services, moving into new markets, winning new customers and/or combining existing resources in new ways.
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The importance of 12-week action plans

Quarterly business reviews and 12-week action planning are at the heart of integrating strategy with action.
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