In Boston I was honoured to be invited to deliver the keynote to my law firm sponsors, Goodwin Procter, at their third annual banking symposium. The audience comprised mainly community banks from the North East of the USA, and the...
Peter Vander Auwera's insight:
@johnsonwhitney is also part of Corporate Rebels United ;-)
"I have spoken before of the leader as a Cartographer, as a map-maker (New Leaders Wanted, 2007). Pilgrimage is also a good metaphor for a leadership journey, a journey not in solitary but accompanied by followers. Not surprisingly, the image of the Journey is also frequently associated to leadership. The Journey contains all sort of challenges and discoveries for the pilgrim, as it does for the leader."
When I was young, my parents went to great lengths to teach me to never think or speak badly of others. They encouraged me to always look for the good in people instead of assuming the worst and trying to find fault. That lesson stuck with me and has affected all the business decisions I’ve made s...
Gary Hamel still talks and writes with the passion of a revolutionary. In a recent blogpost, the management writer played with his own theory of the “core competencies” of companies, conceived with the late CK Prahalad, by pointing out their core
It’s not you, it’s your company. Management Innovation eXchange founders Gary Hamel and Michele Zanini believe that continuous improvement requires the creation of change platforms, rather than change programs ordained and implemented from the top. A McKinsey & Company article.
While it’s important to prepare for the demands of the everyday, it’s just as crucial to enjoy life. So, alongside the meetings, appointments and email replies, find time to be inspired, take in the beauty of the world, and laugh with your family and friends. Salvador Abascal Álvarez, a Mexican...
Your corporate culture is where innovation goes to die. It’s easier and more fun to do workshops than to actually innovate, because innovation involves risk, and the culture doesn’t support taking risks.
Billed as "The Great Transformation", its work was cut out for itself from the moment you could register online. A conference paying homage to the brilliance of Peter Drucker has now become an annual calendar fixture not to be missed. The 6...
Creative geniuses do not start by tinkering with what exists today. They do not listen to the demands of customers or bosses or critics. They start with their own revolutionary ideas and pursue them relentlessly.
Peter Vander Auwera's insight:
"Creative geniuses do not start by tinkering with what exists today. They do not listen to the demands of customers or bosses or critics. They start with their own revolutionary ideas and pursue them relentlessly"
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