“This article highlights the thinking on change management by replacing the old business models that typify many industries and sectors in the economy, with Disruptive Thinking. It outlines the thinking and challenges of ‘disruption’ and how far it will influence organisational change by outlining OD (organisation development) strategies to bring that change rapidly into reality. Leaders bringing about this radical change have to reject the practise of the past as a wimpy, lacklustre, incremental process, and replace it with a disruptive radical approach. Think of outcomes at a higher level of thinking to implement, innovate, implement and innovate, implement and innovate time and time again to produce the culture of controlled, measured, disruptive and rapid improvement.”
Disruption should be the norm
Stop delivering the same old services to bored customers who have to wait too long and often get lousy service. It’s true in all sectors and in too many organisations. To deliver effectively to customers, end user and consumers, we have to develop performance levels based on the ‘new disruptive thinking’ rather than the lethargic old model of how organisations operate pre disruptive thinking and the new economy. Wake up. The command and control culture is dead. To operate and meet the demands of the new economy we have to develop standards at a stratospheric level of thinking, to have to move beyond the standard lumbering business view of the ‘customer gets what we can deliver to actually ‘delighting the customer’.
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