Is anybody else noticing how much we have stopped relying on innovation? Something that helped Kimberly-Clark actually become the company it is?
And how, if you actually try to innovate, you are held back by bureaucracy?
I think all of our problems could be solved if we went back to what we know works - innovating.
Unfortunately, this management is much more reliant on layoffs to improve numbers than anything else. And we all know that’s just a temporary fix.