Don’t create a sense of urgency, foster a sense of purpose.
I lead software teams. Part of the territory is people (CEOs, stakeholders, customers) wishing we could go faster. I’m often asked — “do you think the team has a strong enough sense of urgency?” or…
Need Speed? Slow Down
In business, there’s a speed gap: It’s the difference between how important a firm’s leaders say speed is to their competitive strategy and how fast the company actually moves. That gap is significant regardless of region, industry, company size, or strategic emphasis. Organizations fearful of losing their competitive advantage spend much time and many resources […]
How to Write an Internal Communication Strategy #infographic
When it comes to writing an internal communication strategy it can be difficult to know where to begin, particularly for those who may be new to the world of strategy writing. What should be included? What main points should it address? What format should it be written in? Who should be involved in writing it? Well we’ve put together an infographic based on the original article by All Things IC called ‘How to Write an Internal Communication Strategy.’ It answers all these questions and much…
Book Review: ‘The Five (5) Levels of Leadership’. peagama reviews
‘The Five (5) Levels of Leadership’ click to see the book review by peagama #leadership #bookreview #infographic
The Partnership Canvas
This is the Partnership Canvas. It's an add-on tool to the business model canvas for visualising and discussing partnerships and alliances. http://wp.me/p1GXjP…
40 Productivity Tips by High-Achievers [Infographic]
See the 40 productivity tips infographic with the tried and tested hacks from high-achievers and improve your work productivity.
Innovation – The Leadership Soft Skills
‘A leader is best when people barely know he exists, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: we did it ourselves.’ – Lao Tzu There are a lot of blogs and worthy p…
DNA of Change: Design Principles for Organizational Transformation #infographic
Organizations that thrive in changing circumstances behave more like organisms than machines. They adapt and evolve rather than reprogram and retool. They share a common DNA that helps them bend without breaking.