Reinventing the organisation – Heinz Europe

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The business writer, Charles Handy, illustrates the need for organisations to reinvent themselves by the sigmoid curve – effectively an ‘S’ shape on its side. An organisation which appears to be successful is on the upward growth path of the curve (point A). At this time, the organisation is making high sales and profits and is able to pay healthy dividends to shareholders. You may think, therefore, that there is no reason to change the organisation. However, this organisation is close to its peak (point…

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