The survival and development of small and medium-sized enterprises depend on innovation. And for innovation, talent is one of the key factors for success. The value of outstanding talent to a company is self-evident. Two senior partners at McKinsey & Company, Scott Keller and Mary Meaney, have explained this with numbers: for a project originally planned to be completed in […]
VUCA era? No, this is a certain era!
This is not a VUCA era, this is an era full of certainty. In today’s world, there are three things that have not changed. The first is that the direction of globalization has not changed. The second is that China’s economy continues to develop and the process of the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation has not changed. The third […]
Why Don’t Innovators Apply to Large Companies?
Both domestically and abroad, a notable phenomenon is that in the past 20 years, true innovators have mostly chosen not to work for large companies. Why is this? On the one hand, the management practices of many large companies are mostly behind the times. They are precisely the objects of subversion by innovative companies. Accenture CEO Pierre Nanterme once said: […]
After working in management for three years, should you pursue an MBA or a certification first?
If you’re studying for an MBA, they’re not teaching you how to beat your opponents, but how to ensure that you’re beaten by your enemies. After working in management for a few years, we have gained a lot of experience, but on the other hand, we also have many new confusions at work. At this time, we should spend some […]
Everyone becomes an “Innovation Officer”
If you want to stimulate high-quality original thinking within an organization, the key is to get more people talking. To be clear, innovation comes from a company’s original culture and from employees’ original thinking. If all employees think in the same way and stick to conventions, the company will inevitably stagnate. To break inertia and effectively drive innovation and change, […]