Relationship building in the 21st century will be drastically different than it was in the 20th. In this century, it will be more important than ever to have a large, diverse, and deep network. Open relationship building is a unique approach to building this type of network in your downtime. You have coffee [...]
Conscious Capitalism is a way of thinking about capitalism and business that better reflects where we are in the human journey, the state of our world today, and the innate potential of business to make a positive impact on the world. The four principles of conscious capitalism are higher purpose, conscious leadership, stakeholder orientation, conscious culture. Take this assessment and find out how conscious your business is.
Meet Generation Z -- Shaped by the 2000s, those young people entering the adult world today are thinking about their economic future more like children of the 1930s than their immediate forerunners, those children of the ’90s. But like Gen Yers, Gen Zers are totally plugged in, to each other as well as an infinite array of answers to any question at any time.
"Everyone knows the legend that innovation starts in a garage, but sooner or later we all grow up and need a place to work.” That’s what IDEO’s Tom Kelley said in his 2001 book, The Art of Innovation, and today it applies to an even greater, and growing,...
The following guest post is by Todd McKinnon, CEO of Okta. Every Silicon Valley executive has an opinion about what company culture means and why it’s important, myself included. But it’s premature to focus on building a world-class culture before a world-class product. In the beginning, all that matters (or should [...]
Business management magazine, blogs, case studies, articles, books, and webinars from Harvard Business Review, addressing today's topics and challenges in business management.
Antoine Moore's insight:
There are two types of leaders: “filtered leaders,” insiders whose careers followed a normal progression; and “unfiltered leaders,” who either were outsiders with little experience or got their jobs through fluke circumstances. In comparing the groups’ effectiveness, Gautam Mukunda looked at historians’ rankings from the past 60 years and discovered that the unfiltered leaders were the most effective. They were also the least effective—while highly filtered leaders landed in the middle of the pack.
Brad Barton, Mark Ferraro, and I recently published Conscious Agility (Conscious Capitalism + Business Agility = Antifragility) --- The purpose of this brief book is to introduce the conceptual und...
Antoine Moore's insight:
Conscious Agility — which emerges from Conscious Capitalism, Business Agility, andAntifragility and our individual and collective experience fully rooted in decades of practice across many industry domains — is a design-thinking approach for business ecosystems that integrates awareness with intuition, orientation, and improvisation so that individuals and collectives may benefit from uncertainty, disorder, and the unknown. Conscious Agility relies on the following foundational concepts: Ecosystem, Stakeholder, Identity, Conversation, Values, Purpose, Value, Conversation Cluster, and Canvas (way of working together). A Conscious Agility initiative cycle includes the following phases: Define, Create, and Refine.