Ledertips med Alexander Haneng

Alexander Haneng

Praktiske tips for å bli en bedre leder. Er du en leder eller toppleder i dag? Eller kanskje du aspirerer til å bli det? I denne podcasten intervjuer Alexander Haneng ledere og eksperter og gir deg praktiske tips til hvordan bli en bedre leder. read less

70: Strategy with the World’s #1 Strategy Thinker Rita McGrath
Sep 4 2022
70: Strategy with the World’s #1 Strategy Thinker Rita McGrath
Rita McGrath is a legendary professor at Columbia Business School and has multiple times been ranked #1 in  Strategy on the prestigious Thinkers50 list. Who better to deep dive into the topic of strategy with!Rita's definition of strategy is:A central, integrated concept of how we are going to achieve our objectives.In this episode:What is strategy?How much the top management really know about what is going on in their own business?Why does som many companies fail when entering new markets?What is the problem with their go to market strategy?Rumours says Rita has a list of company failures. Is this true?How much does a company need to loose before they or on the list?What can we learn from when Ford got a new CEO?What is the best practice way to create your company's new strategy?Once you have a new strategy, how do you communicate it effectively to the organization?What is the 700-rule?Rita recommends creating your strategy using the 5 C's:Your CustomerYour Complimentary relationshipsYour CompetitorYour CompanyContextCheck out Rita's book on strategy: The End of Competitive Advantage: How to Keep Your Strategy Moving as Fast as Your BusinessRita is teaching the Valize Customer Insight Program this fall.  There are six courses in all, with a combination of online lessons, downloadable materials and six live sessions with Rita.  Our listeners can sample a free demo course by following this link.Find out more about Rita on her website ritamcgrath.com
69: Getting Corporate Innovation Right with Rita McGrath
Aug 28 2022
69: Getting Corporate Innovation Right with Rita McGrath
How come large corporations get innovation so wrong? Rita McGrath is a professor at Columbia Business School, a bestselling author of business books and is currently ranked #2 on Thinkers50's list of the world's top management thinkers.Rita's dad actually worked at both Xerox and Kodak and saw the digital change coming. He tried to warn management, but to no avail.In this episode:What went wrong with Xerox and Kodak?Xerox Parc in Palo Alto created the modern computer, and how was Apple and Microsoft "inspired" by this work?Why does large corporations fail?We discuss Rita's latest book "Seeing Around Corners"What is an "inflection point"?How have Rita's worked been affected by Calyton Christen and his book The Innovators Dilema? Is there a link between Rita's work and Eric Ries' The Lean Startup?What can leaders do to be more innovative?How can CEOs find the time in their calendar to spend on innovation?How do you get backing from the CEO to spend enough resources on innovation?And how do you get the CFO on board?I highly recommend Rita's latest book Seeing Around Corners: How to Spot Inflection Points in Business Before They HappenRita is teaching the Valize Customer Insight Program this fall.  There are six courses in all, with a combination of online lessons, downloadable materials and six live sessions with Rita.  Our listeners can sample a free demo course by following this link.Find out more about Rita on her website ritamcgrath.com