When the wind of change is blowing some people build walls, others build windmills.
The more likely standard-bearers of creative destruction will be existing firms, (…) which raised enough money before the crisis to survive it and will maintain their flair for innovation. They will, however, have to be quick at shifting from growth to survival and back again, and at embracing new business plans if their old ones are no longer viable.
Do all that you can to raise productivity, because in the long run that matters the most.
Ray Dalio, Founder and Co Chairman of Bridgewater
Crises engulf companies in uncertainty. The ones that suffer from imploding demand, weak balance sheets, and little cash may go under. This is the dire site of capitalistic Darwinism.
No matter how dire things get, two things stand out as certain. First, experience tells that crises are followed by economic recoveries. Second, enterprises that prepare for the recovery, by improving work practices and innovation, can benefit from the crisis and will come out stronger. After the crisis, the economic upturn will favour innovative enterprises the most. Building windmills pays off.
We help your company to:
- Establish smooth and effective remote working processes;
- Use the lull of the downturn to improve its multi project management performance and free up capacity for innovation;
- Innovate by creating new goods and services for the crisis and beyond.
We are experts at Innovation and Multi Project Management Flow. We have a track record of improving the output of effective innovation and other projects with > 15%.
Regarding the crisis our clients tell us:
On working with us our clients say:
We help enterprises to navigate through the crisis and prepare for a successful recovery by combining three tactics:
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