By David Slocum One of the great assets of any global academic or training program is the national, regional, social or economic diversity of its participants. In its still relatively young EMBA program, the Berlin School of Creative Leadership has enrolled participants from more than 50 countries. That diversity helps people [...]
nnovation sounds easy, but it is not. The majority of enterprises report dissatisfaction with innovation performance. Three quarters of the CEOs of multinationals view external collaborative innovation as vitally important, but only half do it, and those only rate themselves as doing it ‘moderately well’. And remember - two thirds of organizational ‘change’ efforts fail. In case you are now asking yourself, why are these odds that low – we have a straightforward answer. It’s just one word. .
HR Pros, people leaders, owners, executives, and CEO’s spend countless resources these days building culture. Following the likes of Zappos, Google, Lululemon, and more – culture is no longer just a buzzword.
Salespeople Must Add Business Collaboration to Their Skill Set Business 2 Community And in response to the naysayers who say that collaboration takes too long in today's fast-paced environment or that it is an easy skill set to master so no big...
In this deceptively casual talk, Charles Leadbeater weaves a tight argument that innovation isn't just for professionals anymore. Passionate amateurs, using new tools, are creating products and paradigms that companies can't.
“ Audace, inventivité, souplesse, authenticité... Tout le monde s'accorde à dire que nos entreprises doivent se réinventer pour se différencier. Quand on parle d'innovation, on pense stratégie, offre, organisation et très rarement management, à savoir la manière dont on anime et les Hommes. Pourquoi ?”
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Building a Teamwork Culture THISDAY Live The need to involve people in all aspects of work decisions and planning has become critical for organisations. This is because teamwork is the key to organisational success.
During these times of change and uncertainty, employees need leadership, not followership, from their leaders. They have grown tired of the unnecessary workplace politics that makes them feel as if they don’t have a relationship with leadership they can count on – one that is reliable, honest and authentic. The 2008 recession awakened the workforce to the reality that each employee must fend for themselves as leaders focused more on their own personal agendas rather than that of the organization and the people they serve.
At Lesson.ly, we believe that unlocking the potential of your employees is a multi-faceted endeavor, but keeping employee connection at the center will help (Grt piece on teamwork good handout for your team @Steven_J_Snyder