Interweaving enrich a Design Journey or Process by adding an Interweaving step to address…
“164 executives at companies with more than $1 billion in revenue, 26%, told us the transition from innovation or R&D group to the business unit “needs serious work” at their company. Another 16% described it as ‘terrible’,” [Harvard Business Review]
“A full 81% of those surveyed say that fewer than 25% of their startup pilots have resulted in commercial deals.” [Fortune]
The Interweaving step enables assessments and validations. Walking through a solution, design, or innovation, checking how it fits, acts, and evolve, is an important and valuable activity. At the end of a project an Interweave validation can answer the questions “are we building the right system?” and “are we building the system right?” as part of business validation.
Interweaving puts forward a challenge: Do you understand the fit or gap with: your customers journeys, partners, sourcing, flows (value, work, raw material to finished goods, concept to launch, order to cash), processes, cultures, technologies, talent management, governance & management systems, program management, strategic logic, business model, production system, facilities, equipments, big data, AI, feedback, learning, etc.?
Interweave Thinking and Interweaving practice enables you to uniquely untangle and simplify complications, complexities, interlinkage, co-dependencies, co-creation, and to understand how “the change” fit into its future competitive environment.
The focus is on squeezing togetherness-values from integration, alignment, collaboration, co-creation, between two or more parts and parties, breaking silos, bridge professions, introduce a lean flow into an organisation, and to make one plus one become two and a half.
Interweaving provides many means, features and tools to a project or organisation. These add values by bringing the organisation together in different ways. Actively working with the Interweave and interconnections brings cohesion and stability. Backbones act as guardrails, advice, and attractors for good decisions and actions. A well designed backbone enables and strengthen management systems, adds new steering and guidance means, and supports underlying strategic, business and operational logics.
The focus on integration, alignment, engagement, co-creation, and bridge building makes an Interweaver uniquely suited to complement and support executives and managers. An Interweaver can offload and supplement managers by taking on integration, facilitation, mediation and change management tasks. Facilitation and Mediation value adding roles are natural to Interweavers since Interweaving focus on cross-cutting, cross organisational and change management concerns.
Interweaving improves and safeguards the investments you make to boost the future.
The bottom line is that …
The Interweaving practice with the Interweave Thinking is a unique, complementary and supplementary approach. It aims at delivering worthwhile benefits over the whole life cycle of an organisation or project up-to the (investment) horison. Not just at the end. Research shows that most people and stakeholders appreciate peak experiences during a project as well as the final result.
The goal of Interweaving is to …
Boost Resource Utilisation and Releasing Business Results and Values
… by …
Unlocking, Realising, & Optimising The Value Of Togetherness
Anders is a Master Interweaver and Architect with international experiences on all levels, United Nation, EU, global, regional and national (standardisation) organisations, as well as national state agencies.