Ambidextrous organization vs traditional company
Ambidextrous organization is a term coined by Robert B. Duncan and popularized by James Gardner March and Steve Blank, among other great names on the innovation field.
Organizational ambidexterity is the ability to execute two very different agendas: exploration and exploitation. Being able to take risks, experiment and research while also producing efficiently and refining your current main business.
We wrote about why being an ambidextrous organization is important and the abilities needed before.
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