Easy is hard
With headlines abuzz about layoffs, restructuring, and an economic downturn, only one thing is truly clear—these are uncertain times. During such periods of uncertainty, innovative leaders don’t hunker down or hide, they instead look for ways to create new opportunities. But before rushing into specific tactics—“should we launch a new product, look around for a partner, or move toward an acquisition?”—winning teams start by asking simple questions (that are challenging to answer) to clearly define the what, how, and who of their innovation strategy. In our latest, the Rock Health Consulting crew offers a back-to-basics framework for how to find clarity and make thoughtful, winning moves in digital health’s shifting environment.
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