King of Innovation The personal healthcare company Procter and Gamble, better known as P&G or the king of innovation, was founded in 1837 in Cincinnati by brothers-in-law William Procter and James Gamble. Their business was a budding enterprise that experienced... READ MORE
The Problem: The traditional human capital organization is not positioned to enable the growth of the future organization Why it Happens: To minimize organizational risk, HR has shifted focus to policy enforcement versus business and talent enablement The Solution: HR... READ MORE
Changing Organizations Why do we even have Human Resources? The modern-day organization has changed significantly over the last fifty years. Changing with the organization has been the workforce as the two’s evolution are inherently interconnected. For example, companies looking to... READ MORE
Abstract The Problem: Individuals getting bogged down with performing routine maintenance tasks no longer have the capacity to focus on higher-value tasks Why it Happens: Maintenance tasks are a product of growth that sustains innovations, over a moderate amount of... READ MORE
The Conundrum of Needing Both Maintenance and Growth A unique cause and effect of creativity are that it increases maintenance. As a new product or strategy is introduced, typically a new process is established alongside to manage this new initiative.... READ MORE
What Does Choosing Maintenance over Growth Look Like? Some companies thrive in innovation environments and some companies find comfort in maintenance cultures. For every Apple, 3M, and Johnson & Johnson there are ten companies dedicated to flawlessly repeating a few... READ MORE
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