Why Change Organisations? . Organisation out of step with changing environment, eg stakeholders, markets, etc.. . Emerging opportunities to enhance organisationas strategic intent, eg takeover, merger, alliance, acquisition, etc . Desire to strengthen core competencies, ie what the organisation does best . Opportunities to expand core competencies, ie diversify, etc . Need to handle next organisational phase, eg life-cycle approach, S-curve, sigmoid curve, second curve or curvilinear logic Of the above reasons, the handling of the next organisational phase (life-cycle approach) is the least understoodWindows 8 is a remarkable pieceof engineering butthe worlddoes not buy remarkable pieces of engineering, it buys useful products...aquot; Michael ... Applehas taken the profitable highground withthe alternative, integrated approach represented bythe iPhone. That hasforced Microsoft ... One new product (server software) is a success whileothers (online services, Xbox, phones) have been failures. Thereis aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Why Change Organisations?|
|Publisher||:||Bill Synnot - 2014-10-17|