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Shared Purpose & Collaborative Engagement

Clive Hyland  explains how understanding the workings of the ‘triune brain’ will help HR develop more effective performance strategies  The triune brain This model represents the important distinctions between the three evolutionary stages of human brain development. These layers are the...
  Companies often lack the required resources to develop important administrative and support processes to support sustainable growth. In other instances, business functions act alone and fail to provide a convincing cross-functional linkage to operations, marketing or other important functions....
    More and more organizations are shifting from traditional hierarchal structures to flat structures with open workspaces to foster better collaboration and faster decision-making. Employees want to contribute. People contributions must be heard and also respected. Creating such an environment of respect and openess,...
One day a known person approached Chankya and enthusiastically started saying, “Do you know, just a while ago, I heard few things from you friend about you?” Chankya was famous for his wisdom, knowledge and good behavior. He said to...
According to Don Sull, an alumnus of McKinsey and a senior lecturer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan School of Management: When it comes to innovation, the single most common piece of advice may be to “think outside the box.” Constraints,...
Imagine what would happen if every person was connected to shared purpose at work. Connected to a meaningful job that mattered to them and society at large. Imagine how much more engaged, productive and satisfied they’d be. Think of what we could collectively...
Four ways to get your team on the path to accelerated development According to Professor Michael D. Watkins, most newly appointed leaders have limited familiarity with the team they have inherited.The first step when inheriting a team is to thoroughly assess...
Work-life balance, says Nigel Marsh, is too important to be left in the hands of your employer. Marsh lays out an ideal day balanced between family time, personal time and productivity — and offers some stirring encouragement to make...
  To ensure continuous innovation and competitiveness, firms increasingly leverage external knowledge through collaboration. Frank Tietse and Ghita Dragsdahl Lauritsen, Institute for Manufacturing, University of Cambridge   Businesses must develop ecosystem collaboration; a strong ecosystem of partners stretching across the value chain that...
    Purpose is key to management styles that help corporations engage and flourish – and moral purpose is the most important of all. Anne Francke, chief executive, CMI     The CMI Management 2020  report on the future of management and leadership showed...
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