The corona crisis is not only claiming thousands of human lives, many organisations are falling victim as well. Read the blog by our consultants Crystal Reijnen and Tomas van Woerkom to discover how your organisation can survive.
The application landscape can be regarded a historic timeline of the organization that provides a nice picture of its evolution throughout the years. To make the application landscape ‘fit for purpose’, a rationalization plan can be developed.
Despite speaking the same language, it appears to be a challenge for business units with a different focus, for example Business and IT, to correctly understand each other. A true common language can offer salvation. To achieve such a language, Anderson MacGyver uses the Operating Model Canvas (OMC).
The COVID-19 pandemic poses a challenge for organisations all over the world. However, with the right attitude this crisis can be used as a catalyst for change and even enable organisations to contribute to society. This blog shines a light on the potential positive effects instigated by a crisis.
Lisa Bruijnincx is 19 years old, and has been rowing at the highest national level for three years. Her ambition: “In four years, I want to participate in the Olympic Games in Paris.” Lisa and Anderson MacGyver will join forces in growing from national top talent to international influential player.
Digitization of our society forces organizations to learn how to use and organize technology and data. Continue reading in Dutch.
For a successful digital transformation, put people first and technology second. Think from the perspective of your main stakeholders: your customers, suppliers and employees. To improve the use of your service, to improve their experience, using technology is not enough.
New and innovative ideas are vital for companies these days. How can you, as a leader, stimulate creativity in all your employees?
Two weeks of diving on Zakynthos: which diving school will we go to in those two weeks? A typical Anderson MacGyver Fit for Purpose question and in particular the Anderson MacGyver selection approach. Let me tell you about our findings.
On the first sight, data science and sculpturing have little in common. But viewed in a different light, quite intriguing similarities are revealed.