A glance at the past weekend’s headlines (a highly skilled new board for Eskom, action against Gupta-owned enterprises) confirms that government, under its new leader, is taking out the trash.
Such actions are being mirrored all around the country, in many forms. For example, stores are launching their January sales – clearing out old stock to make way for the new.
These are rejuvenating times.
There’s something inspiring about a new sense of optimism and renewal. And what an opportune moment to introduce your organisation to a renewal right now. It’s time to rid your company of everything that has been holding it back – from ineffectual processes to negative attitudes amongst your people – so that a new spirit of innovation and disruptiveness can take its place. Think of it as a purging; an essential (if painful) course you need to follow in order to emerge stronger and more effective than ever before.
And reinvent ourselves we all must because, in the marketplace of tomorrow, if we’re not ahead of the game we’re heading for oblivion. There’s no place for organisations that are unable to change their entire way of thinking, doing and being.
It sounds difficult. But it’s not. Let us show you how.
Guy Martin is the founder & Managing Director of Blueprints: assisting CEOs to drive growth by increasing the alignment of their people to business goals by 50% within an 18 month period.