The pandemic has magnified one of the most prominent difficulties leaders face during volatile times. Despite insufficient information, executives must make deeply consequential decisions, often on the spot.
Topics: Innovation, Business Agility, Agile Decision Making, Adaptability
The Covid-19 pandemic has hit us in our core like no other crisis in modern history. From one moment to the next life as we knew it has changed in ways that we could not fathom.
Topics: Identity, Enterprise Agility, IdentityAgility, OrganizationalBehavior, CorporatePsychology
Do you remember the first weeks of the Covid-19 lockdown? People were scared, shocked and, above all, bored. This has been one of the many painful sides of the pandemic. From another angle, however, it was quite a surprising explosion of creativity.
Topics: Innovation, Boredom, Corporate Psychology, Creativity
Topics: Culture Of Innovation, Agile Organization Design, Agile, Enterprise Agility, Adaptive Organization Design
Topics: Culture Of Innovation, Agile, corporate culture, Neuro-Sciences
I recently had the honor of attending the 175th Anniversary celebration of Miss Porter’s School, where a high caliber panel of neuroscientists discussed how the mind construes meaning from the arts and ultimately gains joy from the process.
Topics: Culture Of Innovation, Behavior Change, Agile Organization Design, Agile
Women are ambitious. Women are determined. Women are successful. In history as well as in modern life, women have done the impossible – and that, oftentimes, under more than difficult circumstances.
Topics: Leadership, Identity, Woman Leader, Communication
Your organization has a shadow – whether you want it or not. That shadow is always there; it is part of a natural process. However, the shadow is most likely to interfere with your ambitions and strategies during phases of organizational change, and often in unexpected ways.
Topics: Change Management, Organizational Change, Change Leadership, corporate culture
The Difference Between Organizational Culture And Climate - And How We Can Use One To Change The Other
Company leaders often wish for an organizational culture change, to make their companies more agile, innovative and growth-oriented. What many forget though, is that culture is deeply rooted in the organization’s DNA and unique history. That can make company culture as difficult to change as an individual’s personality.
Topics: Organizational Culture Change, Organizational Change, organizational storytelling, corporate culture
Topics: Strategy, Small Business Consulting, Start-up Consulting, Expectation Management