Category Archives: Planning

Leading Strategic Innovation

Innovation is all about creating new ideas and selling them.  To successfully innovate in an organisational setting a number things need to happen: Individuals need to enlarge their toolsets to think differently; Groups must have a culture that supports risk, … Continue reading

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Creating Value in the Social Era

The future is ‘social’, although the picture on where we are heading in the social era is still developing. The world has changed – competition has changed, and how we create value has changed.  The people who will change our … Continue reading

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Scenario Planning: Planning is better than prediction

Scenario planning is a big-picture method of thinking that allows people to see the future logically, systematically and realistically. It is primarily used as a resilience test for strategy, but can also provide a framework for innovation and risk analysis. … Continue reading

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Strategic Priorities in Libraries: Focus on the Transformation

Source: Web 2.012 Virtual Conference, 4 October 2012 Stephen Abrams delivered a keynote lecture on the need for libraries to get back to strategic planning.  Some key take outs from the session: Library services are not a noun, they are a … Continue reading

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