On frameworks

When an organisation doesn’t reach the expected results one of the first action points considered is to change the current framework. However, in many cases, the current framework is partially adopted or misunderstood, which leads to the false conclusion that it is the root cause, thus the need to change it. Instead of focusing on the human capital, the most valuable “asset” an organisation possesses, the decision-makers focus on the new framework implementation which is put to light as the salvation, the superhero. I think that the true superheroes are the employees working day by day for the organisation, the … Continue reading On frameworks