Here is one of four buzz trends translated into actionable culture shift. Number one: beyond the buzz of “fail fast, fail early, fail small”.
A quick review of « AI Super-Powers » a book on the rise of China as a tech super-power.
Rebalancing your organisation’s culture with more feminine values is key to thrive in uncertain times and here’s why:
Remote team and distance working are not just a phase, it may last a while so how do we upskill leaders so they can (re)connect with their teams?
In this article we’re going to discuss retrograde analysis, scouting portfolio, optionality and retooling your innovation program to adapt to a high uncertainty market.
In this free to share white paper about strategic mentoring, see how developing a mentoring culture strengthens your organization to overcome a crisis.
Finding new team dynamics post-covid19 means addressing the unbalances it created between colleagues. Here’s how to deal with people’s anger.
Often undermined the pains of transformation, if acknowledged, are key in triggering the courageous behaviours needed to move forward.
After many years of evangelizing about emotions at work, and facing resistance. I finally start seeing signs that it is going mainstream.
Life events such as covid-19 challenge us to be better together at handling crisis and radical change. A few perspectives to consider with your teams.
Often overlooked or deemed “too sensitive” culture canaries are those employees who could be great pulse takers in your organisation.
My last article on the Covid-19 crisis. This one is not about solutions, because there is no cookie-cutter approach to what your company will have to face. But my experience is that some key principles might help you navigate through these turbulent times…
Are you aware of your needs and that of your teams depending on whether you/they are introverted or extroverted?
The second part of my Covid-19 crisis analysis, with my predictions on the key changes businesses will have to face in the next 3 years in terms of politics, economy, social, techno en environmental drivers.