Source: FutureShapers Author: Danny Wootton If you buy a young turtle and put it in a small aquarium, it will only grow to the size that fits the tank. Somehow creatures are aware of the limitations imposed on them. You see a similar phenomenon in many organisations. Organisations constrain their employees with rules, bureaucracy andContinue reading “Bigger Tank, Bigger Turtle”
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Change and culture – the new competitive advantage
Source: FutureShapers Author: Friska Wirya. Would it surprise you to know best-selling author Dan Pink says we spend 24 minutes of every hour trying to change something? Someone’s opinions, someone’s behaviors. Yet, Harvard Business Review suggests a staggering 70% of changes fail. Pretty bleak, huh? Change is happening faster, it’s more complex and far reaching than ever. And whatContinue reading “Change and culture – the new competitive advantage”
The Power of Storytelling
Source: Institute for Digital Transformation Author: Cherri Holland Storytelling has become synonymous with great leadership and is an effective way to captivate and engage an audience. Storytelling can make complex topics more accessible and can help build positive connections both inside and outside your organisation. In a world of big data and robots interacting withContinue reading “The Power of Storytelling”
What’s The Big Deal About Business Agility?
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Crisis Can Accelerate Change
Source: Institute for Digital Transformation Author: Raymond Sheen Publication Date: April 2020 Change is hard, and culture change within an organization can be very hard. The organizational culture is often infused within the business processes and departmental relationships. Certain people and departments don’t talk with others. To get things done, one must follow the rulesContinue reading “Crisis Can Accelerate Change”
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