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Soft Skills: Key To Leadership In A Changed World

Interview with Gina Lodge, CEO of The Academy of Executive Coaching (AoEC) Nobody knows for certain what the post-COVID business world will look like...
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Seven Lessons From Crisis Communications During the Pandemic

By Adnan Bashir If you happen to be a marketing or communications practitioner, chances are that the first half of 2020 was a whirlwind time...
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Time for change: Why the consulting sector needs a new commercial ethos

By Leon Gauhman Leon Gauhman, chief strategy officer at Elsewhen, explores how big consulting can revive its damaged reputation in the wake of bungled Covid-19...
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Getting back to the office, what are the next steps?

It’s been almost a year since office spaces were left deserted and replaced with the majority of the UK working from home. With the benefits...
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Synergy or Conflict? Lessons for managers on how to successfully adopt AI to augment...

By Jakob Stollberger and David De Cremer Artificial intelligence undeniably offers the potential to improve decision-making, at least in certain contexts. In this article, AI experts Jakob Stollberger...

Managing By Traction (MbT) Reinventing Management in the Cyber-Age

By Mario Raich, Tomasz Krzemiński, Claudio Cisullo, Simon L. Dolan and Bonnie A. Richley Abstract “We are at a critical turning point in human history!  We...

4 Ways COVID Will Change Business Forever

By Samantha Rupp The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has changed nearly every aspect of our daily lives. From how and where we work to the ways...
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Charlene Li: Driving Digital Transformation with Resilient Leaders

The growth in the global digital transformation has never been greater. Even before the COVID-19 crisis erupted, many organisations were struggling to keep pace...

WOBI announces the first 100% online seminar with Tom Peters taking place on June...

This is the first of many digital events to come that will seek to positively impact the business world. WOBI is hosting its first 100%...

How Gino Pozzo Transformed Watford FC Football Club

Having earned an impeccable reputation for taking lackluster lower-division football clubs and leading them into the top flight leagues in each of their home...

Strategic Change in Banking from Pre- to Post-Crisis: Evidence from Europe, North...

By Boris Liedtke and David Young   Introduction Economic and financial crises often lead to profound changes in the way businesses, and especially financial institutions, are managed....

The Cyber-Organisation and the New World of Work: Advocating a twin governance...

By Mario Raich, Simon L. Dolan, Dave Ulrich and Claudio Cisullo This paper explores the concept of the cyber-organisation and, in particular, the so-called cyber-enterprise...
TIMEXTENDER

Data-driven Decision Making that Uses Data, Mind and Heart

Interview with Heine Krog Iversen, CEO and Founder of TimeXtender TimeXtender’s mission is to help companies to extract the maximum-possible advantage from their data resources...
Bjoern Braemer

Taming complexity with intelligence: a movement to help businesses along the SAP S/4HANA...

Interview with Mr. Bjoern Braemer, SVP & Global Head of the SAP S/4HANA Movement SAP S/4HANA is the digital core that is enabling organisations around...
Gina Lodge

The Coach Route to Transformation: Helping Individuals and Organisations to Arrive at their Full...

Interview with Ms Gina Lodge CEO of The Academy of Executive Coaching (AoEC) Businesses across all industries have discovered that executive coaching is one of...

Moving from Data and Knowledge to Competitive Advantage

By Mostafa Sayyadi Once the important paradigm of knowledge management was accepted by both the scholars of the academy of management and executives, knowledge cycle...
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Banishing Self-Doubt to Promote Female Success

By Lucy Franklin Women are still less likely to reach the top levels of management – only 9% of the financial and professional services companies...

Going for gold! Five decades of business transformation, Oliver Wight celebrates its 50th Anniversary

2019 is the year Oliver Wight celebrates its 50th Anniversary as a world-leading business transformation specialist. Founded in 1969, as man first set foot...

TRIP Framework: Re-Thinking Organisational Competitiveness in Digital Spheres

By Mike Cooray and Rikke Duus Across industries, organisations are in search of new ways to enhance their competitiveness in the midst of digital disruption...

Scaling Agility: The Fuel that Drives the Organisation’s Digital Transformation

Interview with Professor Stijn Viaene In today’s rapidly-changing corporate world, it’s imperative for businesses and organisations to respond and adapt more quickly than ever before....

Knowledge Management: Bridging the Gap between Research and Practise

By Mostafa Sayyadi There are some executives that like to look at academic journals but unfortunately, the crossover literature has not reached them enough. In...

Sense-making and Sense-giving: The Case of Dual Transformation

By Yazeed Alhezzani It is well known that everything in life changes and the only constant thing is change per se. So, in order for...

How Technology is Transforming Education

Technology has long been changing the world and today’s society is shifting to become a Cyber Reality. The good news is that this shift...
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A Revolution at the Organisation’s Core: Millennials

By Guido Stein and Miguel Martín How do organisations strategise to create a sound and functional workforce? In this article, the authors present how...

How To Design an Ambidextrous Organisation

By Jonathan Trevor and Peter Williamson How can leaders today design and manage their organisation to make it deliver both efficiency and flexibility?  The authors...

Why Workstyle Reform Just Might Work in Japan

By Ginka Toegel Ikigai– in Japanese it means, loosely, “what makes life worth living.”  If reforms by the Shinzō Abe government succeed, it may one day...

How can Organisations Manage their Reputations in Response to Threats?

By William S. Harvey, Jonathan V. Beaverstock, and Hongqin Li In the face of danger, every individual is designed to react almost subconsciously and...

A Partnership for Driving the Future of Business Transformation

A glimpse of Oliver Wight EAME's alliance with Ernst & Young LLP   As the supply chain becomes more complex, there is a growing need for...

Take Back Control: Sherilyn Williams Casiano on providing the affluent true control of their wealth

What is the secret to sustain and grow your wealth in the most effective and efficient way? In this interview with Sherilyn Williams Casiano,...

The Right Business Model At The Right Time

By Adam Bock and Gerard George The combination of globalisation, Moore’s law and ubiquitous information have transformed industries into fluid, rapidly-changing landscapes. Today’s competitor is tomorrow’s...

Are We in Good Shape for a Digital Transformation?

By Anand Swaminathan & Jürgen Meffert Innovation cycles run ever faster – with each of us experiencing ever more discontinuity. Anand Swaminathan and Jürgen Meffert,...

Rethinking Strategy for the Digital Age: An Executive Primer

By Stijn Viaene Professor Stijn Viaene sheds light on the essential role of strategy in the digital age. The article further elaborates on what really...

Building a Culture of Continuous Innovation

By Braden Kelley Building a company is not as simple as having the right amount of money. More than having a business plan, creating a...

Must-Have Technology Capabilities for Digital Transformation Mastering the Magnificent 15

By Stephen J. Andriole Digital transformation is about efficiency and competitiveness. It requires a deep understanding of current and emerging business processes and models and...

Organisational Identity as the Touchstone for Strategic Decision Making

By John C. Camillus A firm’s Identity – its core values, enduring aspirations and distinctive competencies – is intended to guide management’s decision making. This...

Future Work: Changes, Choices & Consequences

By Jonathan Trevor Despite enabling widespread automation of routine tasks, mechanical technologies have created many more job opportunities than they have replaced in our Industrial...

What causes managers to change their business model?

By Tina Saebi, Lasse Lien and Nicolai Foss Business models define how companies create, deliver and capture value. But business models are not static –...

Creating a One-Company Culture: Internal Strategy for External Success

By Paul Argenti In the last century, large corporations have expanded in size, reach, and complexity. To keep employees aligned strategically, management must dedicate resources...

The 4 D’s of Successful Business Transformation

By John Sutherland You cannot build successful transformation in a hurry. The best transformation projects are slow-cooked, not microwaved. In this article, John Sutherland introduces...

Leading Enterprise Wide Transformation and the Change Leader’s Job

By Douglas Ready Implementing Enterprise-Wide Transformation has proven to be troubling – well-regarded consultancies’ research can back this up. In this article, Doug Ready discusses...

The Building Blocks of Digital Transformation: Intelligence, Integration and Impact

By David Dubois Leading an organisation’s digital transformation simultaneously entails driving change within three key pillars of one’s business: intelligence (competitive insights); integration (organisational structure...

Disrupting the disruption: 10 Principles for Digital Success

By Chris Outram These ten principles for success will steer the most digitally ambitious organisations (pure-play or hybrid) safely along on the road to digital...

The Key Levers for Sales Transformation Success

By Warren Shiver and Michael Perla For a sales organisation to reach its “ideal transformational advantage” it needs to pull the right levers in...

Why Robots May Not Be Taking Your Job – at least, not in...

How Organisations Can Embrace Automation By Leslie Willcocks In this article Professor Willcocks discusses the reality of robots, what they mean for ‘human’ jobs and how...

The Transformation Imperative Collaborative Leadership is Key For Future Success

By John Mattone In this article, John Mattone discusses how progressive leaders in the business world are moving away from a conventional leadership culture and...

Change Capability Building

By David Miller and Audra Proctor The volume and complexity of change that organizations are facing continues to increase, and they cannot risk the negative...

Change as Strategy

By Walter McFarland This article suggests that some traditional approaches to organisational change are obsolete – and recommends a new approach focused on creating new...

Impact of Digital on How We Implement Change

By Audra Proctor No one doubts the effectiveness of face-to-face workshops for organisational change implementation. But the practicality of things, such as, availability, time, expense...

A Transformation Manifesto

By Richard Lynch and Jack Calhoun Transformation is not about external forces, they are inevitable. It’s not about reorganisations, they don’t work. There are more...

Strategising to Win On the Global Playing Field: Making Real Strategic Choices in...

By Bart Tkaczyk Attract the best people. Own shares either in good ships, or in none at all. Make your ship attractive, then good people...

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