This prize will be awarded to the entry that, in the opinion of the judges, offers a valuable insight into the future of management, providing current and aspiring managers with the skills or knowledge to support them in the workplace of the future.
There is no plan, there is only organizational adaptation to any situation.
In scientific and technological developments there is an accelerator active with a speed that has never been seen before. Innovations succeed each other in a rapid tempo; it’s not just a perception, it is reality. And these accelerators can be found in all fields of science. The innovations are driven by supercomputers (like IBM’s Dr. Watson), new technologies
New technologies enable organizations to observe customer, employee, and stakeholder behavior in real time; communicate internally at extraordinary speed; and innovate continuously. ‘Sense and Respond’ explains how these technologies are being harnessed, and presents detailed success stories of the “sensing organizations” that are constantly learning and adapting to feedback.
The most successful organisations are those with the most diverse and engaged workforces. Studies show an 80 per cent improvement in business performance among those with high diversity levels. When people feel included and able to reach their full potential, they are more engaged, more productive and often more creative.
Inclusive Leadership will help you drive culture change using organisational development principles.
‘The Positive Leader by Jan Muhlfeit is the perfect guide that can help unlock greatness in any leader who wishes to be a catalyst for change and transformation.’
Deepak Chopra, Author, The Soul of Leadership
Become an inspirational leader
– Discover and work to your strengths
– Identify your mission and vision
– Become a ‘Chief Energy Officer’
– Lead yourself to happiness
A FINANCIAL TIMES BUSINESS BOOK OF THE MONTH (APRIL 2017)
Humans have become subservient to algorithms. Every day brings a new Moneyball fix – a maths whiz who will crack open an industry with clean fact-based analysis rather than human intuition and experience. As a result, we have stopped thinking. Machines do it for us.
Christian Madsbjerg argues that our fixation with data often masks stunning deficiencies,