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The ambidextrous organisation

Competing with one hand tied behind your back is never easy. Yet too many organizations focus on the day-to-day, with little investment in innovating for future success. How do companies strike a balance between the exploitation of what they already have and exploring what they could have in future? Freeing your organization from its bonds must come from the top. Fear of failure will extinguish imagination. The innovation within your walls will leave, if untended. Ambidexterity is achievable. Learn to unleash the power of both hands…

Also in this issue

Dorie Clark –– Entrepreneurs, Inc.

Jerome Chouchan –– The business of kyudo

Anne-Valerie Ohlsson –– The innovation equation

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