How to adapt traditional leadership development programs in disruptive times
Corporate leadership academies have become a mainstay for global organizations, teaching generations of leaders how to be successful based on the skills, insights and lessons learned from those who came before them. This was a fine approach to building leaders in slow moving economies, but it no longer works today in a time of constant transformation for organizations, industries and people.Read More
Business leaders are never short on big ideas or new projects to pursue. What they do lack is the time and resources to go after them all. Figuring out which opportunities to invest in and which ones to put on a shelf is a critical part of the agile transformation process.Read More
More organizations than ever are embarking on the journey to build innovation capability as a way to improve agility in the face of market disruption. But many of these initiatives will hit roadblocks, veer off course or run out of gas along the way.
Just what is it that separates the successful journey from the bumpy ride?Read More
Creating diversity in the workplace isn’t just a politically correct exercise. Diverse organizations are proven to consistently deliver better results.Read More
A few weeks ago Harvard Business Review published an article by NYU professor Natasha Iskander that talked about how design thinking is sometimes viewed as a “poorly defined” knock-off of real design.
This viewpoint has surfaced before. Many critics of design thinking strategies argue that it is “real design,” and that only true designers can, and should, do design.Read More