Giles Hutchins | 19 Jul 2016
In an environment of endemic uncertainty and constant change, business-as-usual is no longer an option. Instead, living systems principles make for better financial returns and longer-term resilience.
Large, multi-business firms need synergies. So understanding the distinctive “footprints” of four different types of synergy can help improve the way you value and implement corporate strategies.
We all live between the past and the future. And we all have two mindsets. The Nowist gives us the ability to take action and keep moving; the Thenist lets us imagine the past and the future. The secret is to get the two in balance.
The biggest step a business can take to make sure it sustains high performance is to limit the authority of bosses. A healthy culture is one in which ideas and information flow freely. So no single individual should have the authority to kill a good idea or to keep a bad idea alive.
Why do we feel the need to wallow in the negative? So many good things happen in our lives, but our work-world tends to drive toward the negative and the non-productive.
Janet Howd | 08 Jul 2016
Apple’s new Breathe app is designed to help reduce stress through deep breathing. But breathing is also critical to taking the terror out of speaking or presenting in public.
Half the human brain is dedicated to attaching meaning to visual images. So doesn’t it make sense to use more visualisation to cut down on today’s endemic information overload?
If you think that employing ‘star performers’ is a quick way to gain competitive advantage, think again. The status-seeking moves of ambitious employees can adversely impact the fate of a company.
In times of crisis, fear and uncertainty, we need to pay attention to the art of speaking well and remember that when used carelessly, words can easily transform a community into a mob.
The Connected Manager
08 Jul 2016
How much time does the average employee spend on email each day? You’d think that’s a simple question, demanding a simple answer. But it’s not.
01 Jul 2016
Why do some teams seem to form great working relationships and use technology seamlessly to make work a pleasure and create great relationships? The secret is something called “emotional capital.”
The Trusted Executive is one of those books that changes the way you think about leadership. It’s not the first to extol the importance of trust as the essential trait of leaders, but few other authors have expounded such a comprehensive framework for building trustworthy organisations.
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Jean-François Fiorina, Associate-Dean of Grenoble Ecole de Management, talks to Central Asian specialist, writer and explorer, René Cagnat, about the changing geopolitics of a vast region of the globe that is often overlooked.
Counterfeiting has become a global epidemic. Pierre Delval, one of the world’s leading authorities on counterfeiting, talks to Jean-François Fiorina, Associate-Dean of Grenoble Ecole de Management, about the scale of problem and the measures we need to take to combat it.
The gap between having a vision and inspiring others to help you achieve it is common to every business leader. Dawna Jones talks to Guido Palazzo, professor of business ethics at HEC Lausanne, about how stories can help you communicate your vision
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