I do believe organisations need radical innovation, and use a lot of Hamel’s examples myself. As Sinek explained, there’s only a handful of organisations doing things significantly differently and better than all the others, so everyone uses these cases.
But I’m just not convinced, still, that fighting bureaucracy (mainly management and management layers) is the biggest need to deal with the problem. I see lots of dysfunction, but not that much bureaucracy, and very few bloated, highly inefficient organisations.
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