How the No Silo Rule boosts organizational innovation

When we think about innovation and innovative business approaches, it all comes down to “thinking outside the box.” Easier said than done! Especially since innovation is not something you can stop doing, it has to be an ongoing mindset.

It’s easy to find examples of highly innovative companies with amazing products that couldn’t keep up with the trends and disappeared after a while. Remember Nokia? They went from being the world’s best mobile company to a meme. It wasn’t only the strong competition that led to Nokia’s rapid demise. The company collapsed from within due to poor top management decisions, a culture of fear among middle management, and internal rivalry. The company was too siloed.

Let’s see what organizational silos are and how we can overcome them, break the barriers and boost innovation!

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