Because you know what the iPhone is, you probably take it for granted and see it as a mere evolution of its initial inception in 2007.
After many years of evangelizing about emotions at work, and facing resistance. I finally start seeing signs that it is going mainstream.
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…
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.
A short article to describe a few of the key principles I sometimes learnt the hard way, to design an online training for executives.
I was a bit reluctant to jump in the bandwagon of analyzing the Covid_19 crisis we are all facing. But I’m already doing it anyway for two of our key customers, so I thought I’d share my strategic analysis. This will probably be in 3 parts and this is Part 1.
Understanding the purpose of emotions is an interesting shift in mindset towards a healthier emotional life and more understanding and compassion towards others.
While you’re all stuck working from your bedroom or your kitchen, I’d thought it would be a good idea to share the one and only book you need to get seriously organized ; )
If you are wondering whether your organisation is mentoring-ready or whether it is right for you. Keep watching.
Still view mentoring as a nice-to-have HR career dev tool? Take another look and see how mentoring design can serve your strategy.
Why have these four letters of « tech » been so central to innovation and market growth these last decades and how do we still misinterpret them?
An update on one of the tools we use to copilot innovation project with startups or industrials, and a peak at the logic behind these tools.
Forecasts about technology might actually see where tech is going, but more importantly they put into light the underlying key cycles in society and the industry.