Case: How to free up time for innovation

Excerpt from the book 'Working smart in the AI-era'

Do you want - or need, 100-140 hours/month to innovate and adapt to changes

Imagine having more time for innovation - and in addition that your information flow becomes clearer, and people more engaged. That would be great, wouldn't it? You could invest this in activities to prepare for, and deal with, challenges and disruptive times. 

But, many leaders are absorbed by daily operations and fire-fighting - and frustrated that they don't have time to innovate. If that resonates with you, there's good news.

Often, there's plenty of hidden time and blocked energy waiting to be released.

Here is an inspiring case from Kongsberg Norspace saving them 50-70 working hours per month - plus profiting from clearer information, better decisions, and increased engagement from just one ‘small’ change project:

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