Keep it simple
Many organisations talk about keeping it simple - but only few manage to do it.
Complex solutions often find their way to the drawing board, but they never see the light of day – because they are too complex to implement. If the basic idea and the purpose of a solution cannot be explained in a simple way, then how is it possible to implement the idea in large organisations or in entire populations?
Lucky wheel in two ways
Peeling layers of complexity competently off a solution and giving it the necessary edge require insight. Without an edge, the solution gets ordinary and uninteresting, and then it is of no benefit that it is wonderfully simple. This is a story from my summer holidays, which I think illustrates a simple solution – with an edge.
Short and fat projects will save your bottom line
Kill Complexity is a change journey aiming at eliminating unnecessary complexity from an organisation and/or hindering unnecessary complexity in sneaking into the organisation. Kill Complexity is also about inspiring to having the courage to make trade-offs – and about building intelligent, simple solutions.
Problems can be complicated – solutions cannot
We are only capable of processing a small fraction of the information we are constantly bombarded with.
Successful execution of large projects depends on two things: an effective project management model and real commitment from top management.
Change management training
By putting your change agents through the change management training, you will ensure they have effective tools that will support them (and the rest of your organisation) in the implementation process.
Dynamic and complex organisations need leaders who can interpret current developments, make the right decisions and define the way forward.