Imagination and persistence will help firms get through the uncertainty left behind by CoVID-19.
In the wake of CoVID-19 businesses must adapt to society’s new ways of thinking and allow for unpredictable outcomes.
Change is about more than new infrastructure or systems: managers today have to be skilled in people and culture.
Can we – and, if so, how might we – advance economic prosperity whilst making responsible use of Earth’s resources?
The runaway train of shareholder value is nearing the end of the line. Companies must slow down and turn toward climate and social upheaval.
When everyone understands the company’s ‘why’, silos fall away and teams work side by side.
Are your people mopping floors or, as NASA’s janitor believed, sending a man to the moon?
Get everyone on track to one destination: for easier work, healthy employees, satisfied customers, contented shareholders.
‘Leadership’ does not design new railway carriages, make chocolate biscuits, or answer the ‘phone to customers.
Companies today must have compelling answers to the questions of why they exist, and for whose benefit.
Where the red tape of bureaucracy fails, culture is a powerful way to guide people toward what the business needs.
Commonplace values such as service, integrity, and teamwork show mediocre ambitions. Make your values colourful, bold, and unique.
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