The innovation strategy determines the strategies, which determine the aspects of methods and approach roads for a better and improved innovative potential of a company. In the literature, the general opinion is shaped by innovation quality and innovation strategy of the firm have a positive effect on innovation performance.16 3.2. Organizational Structure Organizational structure is shaped as a result of its strategical focus on market dynamics and environmental effects. It is a critical factor for companies to create their organizational structure, which is capable of sharing information and resource between its functions, making strategic decisions and resolving conflicts, coordinating the active process of innovation management. Organizations can be categorized under two groups: organic and mechanic.
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As a Business Improvement Manager the aim is to drive implementations strategically, with top management visibility and the use of consistent and standardised project management practices and to deploy these competencies with the goal of maximising organisational value. There is an opportunity in the delivery of projects for organisations to add value to better serve their clients and compete in the marketplace. To use the influence of relationships to have active and engaged sponsors who serve as advocates for project initiatives that lead the organisational change towards business excellence. The change management foundation model “requires leadership to set direction, project management to take care of technical aspects of change and people to implement the change, cited in Vora (2013). Within the business improvement role establishing key success measures that ... ... middle of paper ... ...Institute.
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