For a long time, SWOT has been among the most popular strategic analysis tools that both managers and consultants use regularly. But if you ask me, a SWOT analysis all too often ends up being a waste of time and energy – and can do more harm than good. For a little insight into the problems of the SWOT method, and my suggestion for a better alternative, read on!
The majority of Danish SMEs do not have an IT strategy and lack digital direction, and this lack prevents them from having a successful digital transformation into the US market. The good news is that once Danish SMEs increase their digital capacity, their potential to do well in the US is great.
The Corona crisis has given many companies a much-needed digital boost. Both employees and business leaders have now experienced that it is possible to create value through digital tools and online collaboration.
A successful business model always considers the needs of the customers, and the news media have neglected exactly that for many years. Discover why in this article. In it, I’ll investigate the crisis-ridden Danish media and suggest three focus areas that can help the industry.
In facing the challenges of Covid-19 we have learnt a lot in relation to the potential of digital collaboration, and how it is possible to achieve remarkable efficiency gains working online. This article explores these lessons.
As a follow-up on my blog post “Forget Disruption! Instead, focus on innovation and create results through good conflicts and innovation culture”, I think it could be interesting to give some examples of innovations that most of us know. Innovations that in many cases have been down to change the world.
Most disruption consultants should stop talking and take action, and the words “disrupt or die” have been repeated several times. My message is: Forget disruption. Instead, focus on how you can create a foundation for innovation in your organization.
Retrospective generally means to take a look back at events that already have taken place and performing a retrospective is a natural part of all projects whether or not it is done formally or informally.
The process helps reduce tension and is motivating to the people involved.
There is a need for increasing the focus on leadership in projects. But what are the key qualities of the perfect project manager? This is what we will discuss in this article.
Engaged leadership creates results. However, results in projects do not come from leadership alone; management skills and domain expertise are just as important qualities.
The evolution of the way we do projects have been very slow when compared to e.g. the parallel evolution in technology. A project is rarely “by the book” simply because projects are complex by nature and thus there is no straight road to success.
This article discusses the historic drivers for success in projects and suggests the upcoming drivers that increase the chance of project success.