Incremental change is not enough for many companies today. These companies need to re-invent themselves. Re-invention is not changing what is, but creating what isn’t. A butterfly is not more or a better caterpillar, it is a completely...
 Employee engagement is the fuel of an organisation. There are many good examples of companies that have achieved great results when it comes to an engaged culture. According to Mandy Flint and Elisabet Vinberg Hearn’s in their new book Leading Teams...
We are the result of our convictions. We tend to create positive statements, yet fail to achieve the result the way we wished. Do we move too fast from one step of processing information to another? How do we navigate from one step...
How can we harness the right frame of mind to increase our success quota? According to Scott Halford, the part of the brain that sets humans apart from the rest of the animal kingdom is our prefrontal cortex (PFC). But the...
Strategy& and the Food Marketing Institute explore the key trends that will have a big impact on the grocery industry and the food shopping experience over the next decade. Retail experts, Nick Hodson and Thom Blischok, discuss how traditional stores...
According to Professor Adrian Furnham, a fully engaged employee can help drive a business forward, but when bad management starts to turn workers against the companyk as manifested in a number of counterwork behaviours, disruptive chaos can ensue. Find out...
Worldwide R&D spending among the world’s 1000 largest corporate R&D spenders increased 0.04 percent in 2016 to $680 billion. According to PwC research, most of the world’s major innovators are in the midst of the same transformational journey. They are moving...
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