McKinsey research showed that 70% of business transformations fail because of organizational dynamics: “We still treat employees as artisanal craft workers — siloed individuals, manual handoffs, old tools — instead of integrating them into an enterprise team with platforms that provide visibility across the entire assembly line and automate individual and cross-functional work.”
Our mission is to help firms quickly identify and address the root causes of poor performance while assisting them to both defend existing revenue streams, as well as to design new ventures that will lead to sustaining growth and renewed prosperity.
We believe digital technology has the potential to transform both the business enterprise as well as society, allowing more durable products to emerge with a much smaller environmental footprint. When given the chance, we’ll encourage our customers to adopt new business model that will profit from this potential.
During our research, we stumbled upon an interesting concept: a formula for change. It was promoted by Dick Beckhard (Organizational Transitions, 1977) and Reuben Harris
Boundaries help us define and control the space that we’re in or like to investigate, however, boundaries also confine us, telling us how to behave,
CROSS~SILO has identified that barriers between functional silos are one of the root causes of low productivity, erratic customer experiences, and decelerated growth. Strict functional
Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk says the biggest problem with corporate America today is that too many business school graduates are running the show.
Why do most people respond poorly, even to the point of ignorance, to situations that require immediate change? Paul Rulkens, a business consultant of KPMG,
In short: The problem with innovation isn’t that people aren’t creative. Most people are. However, very few creative initiatives are worth turning it into an