This “back to basics” idea will do humanity good, and perhaps rid society of greed :)
Posted: 22 December 2008 at 10:05

Anton Musgrave When in the lead...stay in the lead!

So often leaders don't or cant stay the pace. Think of Nokia. Those behind have less baggage slowing them down, more urgency to achieve, clearer focus on the future and a higher risk appetite. Defending a 4 shot lead into the final day of the US Masters was not enough...those behind had every reason to chase. And chase they did...well done Charl!

Nokia and others now need to ditch institutional baggage slowing them down, focus on tomorrow's opportunities and embrace disruptive innovation in their quest to regain market leadership. Can they come from behind? Not by doing what they did previously! Ask Charl...playing defensively is not what got him to wear teh coveted green jacket.
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Posted: 11 April 2011 at 06:28

Anton Musgrave Radical Innovation a necessity?

As company life cycles shorten, the need to reinvent to stay relevant escalates. this demands a whole new era of management science. Innovation has just become critical and radical innovation will become more main stream and not just the domain of the crazy thinkers. Unkless large companies understand this even more of the mighty will fall.
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Posted: 13 September 2013 at 10:14
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