It is no longer just undertaking digital transformation, but the need to adapt to an environment of accelerated change. Human history is the history of all our innovations, from the smallest to some that are fundamental milestones that have drastically changed the way we live.
“Change and innovation, radical or incremental, have been and are normal things in the course of human life. There is nothing extraordinary about adapting. It is a necessary condition for survival, and our history shows it. The human being is an innovative biological system by nature since, in the course of evolution, it has continuously adapted to changes in the environment”
Failure to innovate puts the future of our organisations at risk. Same as not promoting knowledge and intangible resources, focusing only on the short term operations or economic balance.
If continuously adapting is tiring, and in some organizations, areas or social environments, it is so difficult to innovate, it is because barriers or resistances have been created.
How do we do it?
Creating an agile innovation process.
Identifying internal and external barriers.
Improving our change management
Based in education, science, technology, design and imagination.
Creating knowledge and intangible assets, and striving to create value.
With this we also contribute to:
Create a more productive economy with higher added value.
Improve our health and restore our environment.
Be able to create more work and with better salaries.
And, as a virtuous circle, increase people’s purchasing power and confidence in the future.
Which in turn would be promoting a society of greater well-being.