BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AND INNOVATION MANAGEMENT FROM A SYSTEMS PERSPECTIVE
The world of business today is complex and growing more complex every day. Making effective decisions has become much more difficult in this new reality.
Systems thinking is a way of helping you to view business systems from a broad perspective that includes seeing overall structures, patterns and cycles in systems, rather than seeing only specific events in the business system. This broad view can help you to quickly identify the real causes of issues in organizations and know just where to work to address them.
BUSINESS CHANGE MANAGEMENT – THE WHOLE IS GREATER THAN THE SUM OF ITS INDIVIDUAL PARTS
Business Change Management is a new approach to Biz Dev, Innovation,- and Change management based on scientific management theories made directly applicable to your organization.
DIWANIYA Business Change Model (BCM) gives you insight into how to create value and realize new business opportunities from a holistic approach. This kaleidoscope model is a communication tool helping our clients critically reflecting on their business state and to stimulate interaction at all levels with the purpose to reach consensus in promising growth opportunities and effective business change initiatives.
DIWANIYA Business Change Model [J.R. Schütt et al. – 2015]: “Finite but Unbounded”
THERE IS NOTHING MORE PRACTICAL THAN A GOOD THEORY
DIWANIYA Business Change Model (BCM) is inspired by the Delft University of Technology that reframed Rothwell’s 4th and 5th generation of innovation model into a Cyclic Innovation Model [Guus A.J. Berkhout et al. – 2002]
We built upon this principle of cyclic interaction by integrating multiple closed and open networked innovation models to form complex adaptive systems, so-called ‘Circles of Change’. These CoC’s are interconnected and interacting at multiple levels of complexity (depth of change) and hierarchy (width of change) through business relevant ‘system worlds’, together referred as ‘innovative milieux’.
From market orientation, business configuration and product offering perspectives four innovative milieux are recognizable and arranged according to the 4P Change scheme: Product, Process, Position and Paradigm. The 4P’s are created to understand and help creating the Innovation Strategy.
The system world is the existing world of efficiency, quality and internal flexibility; ‘Red Queen’ worlds of structures, systems, rules, determinism, reactive adaptation and single-loop learning. But it also acts as hub for connection and communication with its adjacent CoC, enabling external flexibility through forming mutual adaptation and evolving systems of systems (system transition).
From BCM perspective hubs driving new market ideas and being driven by new marketing and organizational entries.
BCM in the context of business individuals with BCM skills (entrepreneurship), a designated BCM position (the business change manager) or as an organizational function (BCM unit structure) control and coordinate the hub to link the decision centers in the system world, influence and balance the different parts of the system to stay in a harmonious and structured relationship with each other.