Operating principles

The Case for Greater Collective Leadership

Leadership is important as without it organisations would have no direction and people would have no one to follow. But is all leadership the same, or are different leadership models required in different circumstances? David Trafford and Peter Boggis think

Operationalising Strategy – Turning Strategic Intent into Operational Reality

David Trafford and Peter Boggis argue that there is often more to operationalising strategy than making structural changes, redesigning processes and training staff. For strategies to be truly successful, leaders need to create the conditions that enable the organisation to

How Operating Principles Can Make Strategy Meaningful

Peter Boggis and David Trafford argue that the purpose of any strategy is to change an organisation’s trajectory, away from its current default future to one that is judged to be better. Unfortunately most strategies are too complicated, too detailed

How Information Technology Drives an Organisation to its Default Future

Peter Boggis argues that technology, particularly information technology, is a major factor determining an organisation’s default future, and one that needs to be fully understood by business and technology executives if they are to make informed choices on how

Creating the Agile IT Organisation

IT organisations have changed, are changing and will continue to change. This is not in question. What is different today is the pace and significance of change, whether it is driven by a move to shared services, offshore development, cloud …

Building Organisational Agility

For most organisations, change is the norm: whether it is the integration of the latest acquisition; replacing legacy IT systems with modern integrated business platforms; outsourcing to an offshore provider or delivering day-to-day business improvements. As Heraclitus the Greek philosopher …

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