Every aspect of life is now open for discussion. It has become clear that, to drive change for better, our society must develop organizational ambidexterity – the skill to deal with problems of the present anticipating futures scenarios. This is the new-normal standards. In our research study, we dive into the uncertainties of today and the decade in order to understand how to best tackle them.
This book presents the essential steps, techniques and tools to inspire you on your journey towards business innovation, illustrated by MJV's case studies.
At the beginning of 2020, the majority of corporations likely had their plans decided for the year. Innovation schedules, new product development timetables, product launches—all were marked out in the calendar and waiting in the wings.
As data continually shows consumers making their purchase decisions through the lens of brands that they feel align with their values as well as practice those values in society, boardrooms are increasingly focused on the impact of their environmental, social and corporate governance initiatives, known as “ESG”. While steadily building momentum over the past several years, the tumult of 2020 including the pandemic and widespread civil unrest and political division have brought ESG initiatives to the forefront of decision-making in the c-suite. Corporate responsibility has gained a seat at the table that sees its central involvement in key organizational decisions more than it ever has before.
If you ask leading consulting firm MJV Technology & Innovation about the new normal, they’ll tell you one thing for certain—every aspect of life is now open for discussion and businesses need to innovate to adapt. That’s the only certainty we can truly rely on. The year 2020 has been anything but normal, in fact, […]
The Covid-19 pandemic has brought about two simultaneous but seemingly paradoxical trends: remote work and deglobalization. Leaders trust their team members to deliver from afar, but they’re not so confident these days in global supply chains.
Society’s new normal caught most businesses flat-footed six months ago as the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated years (perhaps even decades) of change into just a few short months. While some were better positioned to adapt based on the industry they were in and other unique variables, all were still impacted by the unplanned implications of remote work, interrupted supply chains and vast changes in how to serve consumers (contactless delivery, for example). In fact, the tumult of the pandemic exposed many vulnerabilities in global commerce that brands are now scrambling to shore up not just in addressing the 2020 pandemic but also to prepare for future crises.