The process that turns those ideas into actual innovations can be referred to as intrapreneurship or corporate innovation. It relates to a system that allows employees to act like entrepreneurs within a company.
When asked about the workplace, we often come up with ideas of things that could be done differently or even some completely new processes and procedures. Yet, when things do change, we often get terrified and uncomfortable. In this blog, we’ll cover the six stages of successful change.
However, it is important to understand that if a remote work setup is not planned properly, these benefits can come at a cost because of their impact on:
As the Co-Founder and COO of Flawless Inbound, I believe that having resilient operations is important for all industries. Operational Resilience is a form of lived Change management that we practice every day and on which we fall back in times of rapid change. It ensures business continuity and allows us to successfully navigate all types of risks – including pandemics like the one we are currently experiencing with CoVid-19.
When a customer’s faced with a choice of amazing versus poor customer service, which do you think they’ll pick?
Everyone’s heard the term “disruptor.” You think of companies like Google and Amazon. Companies that came onto the scene and completely upended how we do things.