Agne Nainyte on Strategy deployment with Hoshin KanriDigital Transformation | Process Excellence | Women EmpowermentSome time ago
Cyber attacks on business organizations are becoming more and more common. So the topic of cyber security is getting an increased attention not only from IT professionals, but also business executives. In 2017 I have experienced personally what it means to work in a company which had a massive cyber attack and I can tell you it’s not fun! This was the time when the famous NotPetya malware paralyzed Maersk. If you are interested to read more, check out my blog post. Related to this topic, recently I was listening to the HBR podcast where Thomas Parenty and Jack Domet (cofounders of Archefact Group) shared their view on how organizations can prevent cyber risks. My key takeaway was that business and IT cannot work in silos. Business leaders should be constantly evaluating potential cyber risks to their business activities and consult with IT professionals how to avoid it. https://nainyte.com/what-was-it-like-to-work-at-maersk-during-the-cyber-attack/
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It's December! The time for reflection and set-up of new objectives. While I like the concept of noting down your New Year's resolutions, too often I hear vaguely defined sentences, which I doubt help people to achieve more. I believe that New Year's resolutions shouldn't be a long list of actions you want to do, but rather a few personal breakthroughs which will stretch you. With my experience of using Hoshin Kanri model in business, I wrote a blog post on how to define meaningful New Year resolutions which I think could drive personal breakthroughs. https://nainyte.com/how-to-write-meaningful-new-year-resolutions/
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Agne Nainyte on Strategy deployment with Hoshin KanriDigital Transformation | Process Excellence | Women EmpowermentSome time ago
An interesting read about how change is changing by BCG based on their experience in driving organizational transformations. I especially liked their insights about 5 different strategies to drive change: 📍A planned itinerary - clear goals and steps on how to get there. 📍A river crossing - a clear goal, but a path is unknown. 📍A hill-climbing - means for change are clear, but not the goal. 📍Scouting and wandering - neither the goals, neither the means are clear, but you want to find the next business breakthrough. 📍Escape the swamp - a clear need to change fast and substantially. Most transformation programs will require a combination of these strategies and leaders need to assess well in which situations a certain strategy fits the most. https://www.bcg.com/publications/2019/science-organizational-change.aspx?utm_medium=Email&utm_source=esp&utm_campaign=w20s&utm_description=top10&utm_topic=science_change&utm_geo=global&utm_content=201908Q3&utm_usertoken=045febd53a515df8d10fc2064ae6dbc09b498361&redir=true&_lrsc=db917965-8451-4f52-acc2-bf91ebcaaaaa&source=Elevate&medium=LinkedIn
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