Staying relevant in the Future of Work by re-framing your Blue Ocean

 

Staying relevant – both to employees and to customers – in the modern business world is a strategic challenge with new aspects to it. Driven by development in technology (e.g. digitization) and society (e.g. the growth in gig workers), this is both an impediment and an opportunity to re-frame your understanding of how to stay in so-called Blue Ocean. This blog posts puts light on how to do this.

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News: Arbresh Useini, our new intern

Arbresh Useini has joined Bloch&Østergaard as intern on administration processes and projects.

She is a master student on business management at RUC and is our lead on internal accounting and administration processes as well as internal driver on ad hoc projects and processes.

Currently, Arbresh is finalizing her thesis in business management in innovation, leadership, and entrepreneurship – just what we like.

/Erik

 

News: Collaboration with David Engle

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For a half decade, the roads of Bloch&Østergaard and David Engle have crossed paths numerous times, leading to inspiration, debate, and new ideas. David has a strong understanding of the significance of purpose and trust in the 21 century leadership.

We share the same mindset and views, and we now team up in order to explore a joint collaboration:

  • We want to change the world
  • We believe in the same “thing” – creating work environments that people want to work in
  • We complement each others competencies
  • We totally dig our Collective Intelligence, where 1+1 > 2

David has a past in several large corporate organizations, e.g. Coloplast and FLSmith, runs Lead21, and is CEO of a startup in parallel with our collaboration.

/Erik

 

Driving the change that innovation brings

Innovation always brings some form of change along the side. Thus, some is small, others big, change is inevitable when it comes to innovation. Considering these changes as a part of the innovation process is an advantage that will help you and your organization to better enabling new ways of working.

So, before you set sails and make speedboats and experiments, take a second to look at the blast radius as well as the sphere of influence. This will help you take your speedboats into harbor.

 

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