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Using McKinsey 7-S Model for Organizing Innovation
G.J. van Beeck Calkoen, Coach, Spain, Member

I am interested in the application of the 7-S model on organizing innovation structurally in a company. For instance: what are the choices available for each S, related to the environment of the company. In other words: How do you link the 7S model to the challenge of making companies more innovative? (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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7S and Innovation
Alfrid nDZIMANDE

Success in / Lack of innovation is often related to morale. This could result from a Structure with too many layers, form a lack of Shared values, from the Style how people are managed, from Systems that are not efficient and so on.
You should present results in that format and use strategic values to add meaning.
 

 
Using McKinsey 7-S Model for Innovation
Walter Berns, Strategy Consultant, United States, Member

The first step in guiding a company towards innovation is making it part of the corporate values i.e. Shared values, which are at the center of the 7-S system.
 

 
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