How to Avoid Failure

By Anders Drejer & Christer Windeloew-Lidzélius   In 1905, the average life expectancy of a company was 70 years. A century later, that number was 20. Conclusion: apparently, more and more companies fail and become extinct.   Why do companies fail? Is it...

Meet Haotian Cheng

Since graduating from Kaospilot, Haotian has been working as an innovation consultant for 3 years now. He supports 10 companies in China on their creative process, through workshops, training and projects.   After his studies in Denmark, he studied the Team...

Meet Rasmus Stride

Rasmus Stride is born in Denmark and now living in Oslo. He is a digital artist with a practice that spans over performance, installation and online. Along with being a Kaospilot, he holds a higher diploma degree within Digital commerce from Hyper Island, Sweden....

Why Do We Fail?

By Anders Drejer & Christer Windelov-Lidzélius Why do companies fail? Is it inevitable, caused by disruptive changes in the organisations’ environment or managerial sloppiness? Or can it be avoided? Interestingly, in a world where interest has always mainly been...
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