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...

Gazza at the Controls

By Anders Drejer & Christer Windeløv-Lidzélius   Sometimes you need “Gazza” at the controls   In 1997 the England National Team flew to Italy for a football match. On that plane was Manchester United hardman Paul “Da Gov’nor” Ince and infamous...

Cowboy Number One and His Problems

By Anders Drejer & Christer Windeloew-Lidzélius Ever heard the epitaph “Cowboy Number One”? There is a Western movie, “Public Cowboy No 1”, from 1937 as well as the Frankie Goes to Hollywood song “Two Tribes”; then there is the reference to the late American...

Send Lawyers, Guns and Money

By Anders Drejer & Christer Windeloew-Lidzélius   Dealing with Disruption 2.0 Taken totally by surprise by the changes in Communist Cuba in the 1960s, the fictional main character of singer/songwriter Warren Zevon’s 1988 song is thrown into jail and writes to...

The Innovation Imperative

    The Innovation Journal. No 2. By Anders Drejer & Christer Windeloew-Lidzélius Innovate or die is the harsh reality of business. Over time only those who progress survive and thrive. Extinct but not dead yet? It is a question worth pondering.  ...

Busy Dying, anyone?

Anders Drejer & Christer Vindeløv-Lidzélius The Innovation Journal. No 1. Kaospilot Publishing   The Times They Are a-Changin Nobel Prize-winner (and singer-songwriter) Bob Dylan once wrote, “He Not Busy Being Born Is Busy Dying”. The same goes for...
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