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Using the Cynefin framework to develop problem-solving approaches appropriate to the situation
Growing complexity, best described by the term “VUCA”, is one of the biggest challenges for managers. One approach to tackling this complexity is the Cynefin framework. We explain how the model works.
Managing the change process: why the digital transformation demands a clear attitude
In the era of digitalization, transformation should be a constant in the working culture of a company. Anyone who fails to recognize the latest trend will be left behind. To lead the way and keep their company on track, managers need one thing in particular: a clear attitude!
Direct-to-consumer: Jeff Raider and David Bell on the future of DTC brands
In conversation with Dominik Matyka, DTC pioneers Jeff Raider and David Bell describe their experiences and offer tips for future founders.
5 Things that established firms can learn from startups
In many sectors of the economy, successful startups are regarded as an engine of transformation and innovation. New methods from the startup world also offer established companies exciting solution approaches for the necessary transformations ahead.
Sustainable start-ups: Can climate protection and business work in combination?
Green, greener, start-up. More and more companies are focusing on sustainability. But how can this demand be met without foregoing the demands of a prospering business? In this interview, CHOOOSE founder Andreas Slettvoll indicates how this can work.