Tuesday, January 26, 2021


Often small innovations around keep on happening and go unnoticed because those are taken for granted; because none is able to connect those with the larger picture. 

"Digital Masteris a series of guidebooks (28 + books) to perceive the multi-faceted impact digital is making to the businesses and society, help forward-thinking organizations navigate through the journey in a systematic way, and avoid “rogue digital.”

It perceives the emergent trends of digital leadership, provides advice on how to run a digital organization to unleash its full potential and improve agility, maturity, and provide insight about Change Management. It also instructs the digital workforce on how to shape a game-changing digital mindset and build the right set of digital capabilities to compete for the future. Here is a set of Unnoticed” quotes in “Digital Master.”

It would be good to think critically more often than we do concern our actions. If we don't, half of our life routine part becomes "unexamined" and unnoticed by us.

Often small innovations around keep on happening and go unnoticed because those are taken for granted; because none is able to connect those with the larger picture. Leaders who are open, collaborative, and willing to listen to employees are more likely to be successful innovators.

Management needs to continue to check: what about the supervision of the staff engaged in processes critical to the strategic risks being audited? Is this adequate or are there issues going unnoticed or glossed-over due to workplace politics, cronyism, or other forms of staff disengagement from what should be hyper-awareness of risk and its impact and consequences on the company they work for?

The hairball is an example of “creeping normalcy”, which refers to the way a major change can be accepted if it happens slowly in unnoticed increments.

The organizational process is slowly undergoing changes with the elapsing times. The reporting patterns, the communication channel, the scalar chains have already registered unnoticed changes with the creeping in of team-oriented working culture.

Benchmarks can be great but can be really misleading too. If an activity is required and important, benchmarks can assist in ensuring that the company maintains competitiveness / relevance. But it might be better to reduce the activities and streamline operations by thinking outside the proverbial box - something that would go unnoticed if the company is focused on benchmarks.


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