It’s Time to Challenge Old Assumptions Around Re-Skilling and Career Advancement – SPONSOR CONTENT FROM STRATEGIC EDUCATION HBR.org / 13hSponsor content from Strategic Education.
What One Health System Learned About Providing Digital Services in the Pandemic HBR.org / Seven takeaways from the CEO of Intermountain Healthcare.
How to Hold Your Company Accountable to Its Promise of Racial Justice HBR.org / A tactical guide for employees.
How Verbal Aikido Can Help You Avoid Stupid Arguments The Heart of Innovation / Great article on skillful communication and how to free yourself up from the quicksand of stupid arguments. Author: Don Johnson
Why Your Company’s Modernization Journey Needs a Destination – SPONSOR CONTENT FROM SLALOM HBR.org /
Reimagining Medical Conferences for a Virtual Setting HBR.org / What the Scoliosis Research Society learned from two different approaches.
Creating Space for Religious Diversity at Work HBR.org / Inside a two-year study of Germany’s first Islamic bank.
How Long Can a Company Thrive Doing Just One Thing? HBR.org / A strategic analysis of why Slack sold to Salesforce.
Where Did the Commute Time Go? HBR.org / Research shows who’s working more — and who’s not.
IKEA: Making a $40 Billion Company Climate Positive HBR.org / IKEA generates 0.1 percent of global greenhouse emissions. Can it become climate positive by 2030?.
The Three Factors That Drive Consumer Behavior InnovationManagement / As the adage goes, the only constant is change, and such is the case with consumer behavior. Thus, tracking trends, using business analytics to predict where the next trend may be, and acting accordingly with your marketing is a recipe for success. The post appeared first on InnovationManagement.
Why Your Employees Are the Key to Recovery InnovationManagement / In this article, we will look at how to identify and understand employee contributions, and learn how to work with idea generators, evaluators, and activators. The post appeared first on InnovationManagement .
You’re Between Assignments at Work. What Do You Do? HBR.org / It’s a great time to get organized and think big picture.
How Madam C.J. Walker Built Racial Equity into Her Business HBR.org / She didn’t just enrich herself — she created opportunities for other Black Americans to do the same.
Interview with Erich Joachimsthaler, Author of The Interaction Field InnovationManagement / I had the opportunity recently to interview fellow author Erich Joachimsthaler, the Founder and CEO of Vivaldi, one of the largest independent global strategy and business transformation firms, to talk with him about his new book The Interaction Field: The Revolutionary New Way to Create Shared Value for Businesses, Customers, and Society, to explore the important role that connections play in…
Uber’s Strategy for Global Success HBR.org / How can Uber adapt its business model to compete in unique global markets?
Lessons From Brexit on How (Not) to Negotiate HBR.org / Highlights and lowlights from the last three and a half years.
What Patients Like — and Dislike — About Telemedicine HBR.org / People like the product, but the process falls short.
El camino hacia el océano azul. Innovar en modelos de negocio (V) Innolandia / El océano azul es el objetivo de muchos innovadores El resultado final de un nuevo modelo de negocio sin competencia Y es el nuevo post de la serie “Innovar en modelo de negocio” que estoy haciendo para ayudarte a explorar innovaciones en un mundo post-COVID. Porque ya no vale sacar un producto en un mercado conocido Hay que ir más allá Aparecen nuevas necesidades, nuevos clientes Y hay que…
Audio Quick Take: Aon’s Rakesh Inamdar on Being a Digital Leader – SPONSOR CONTENT FROM EQUINIX HBR.org / Sponsor content from Equinix.
When to Team Up with Your Competition HBR.org / A conversation with Yale professor Barry Nalebuff on navigating the best way to collaborate with your competitors.
Want to Win Someone Over? Talk Like They Do. HBR.org / What new research tells us about the power of “linguistic mirroring.”
I’m a CEO and a Working Dad. Here’s What I Wish I Did Differently. HBR.org / My “always on” mentality wasn’t good for my family — or my company.
Why Does it Take a Crisis to Unlock Innovation Innov8rs / Why do innovation efforts fail and what is different about innovation in a crisis that enables new ideas to launch at speed? What is it about innovation that is different to business-as-usual and what are the key attributes of a crisis that we should leverage during non-crisis times? During our recent Innov8rs Connect on Strategy, Leadership & Governance Domhnaill Hernon…
Lessons in Uncertainty, Anxiety, and Resilience HBR.org / How the overwhelming anxiety of a 14-year battle against her father’s deportation fueled journalist Aarti Shahani’s drive for success.
Psychiatry Is Revealing the Potential — and Pitfalls — of Telehealth HBR.org / Three lessons to guide providers.
How Do You Evaluate Performance During a Pandemic? HBR.org / Three ways to make sure employee reviews are fair in chaotic times.
The Secret to Becoming a Market Leader HBR.org / You can define the playing field.
Upgrading Your Executives On Innovation Innov8rs / Most executives and their lieutenants, influencers are out of their comfort zone with regards to innovation and how to shape the future for three key reasons. They are too busy… They just don’t know… And don’t know how to get started. Stefan Lindegaard facilitated a discussion on what we can do to upgrade our executives on innovation during our recent Innov8rs Connect on Strategy, Leadership & Go.
Innovation Ability Predicts Growth Innov8rs / Across the board, innovation efforts aren’t yet yielding enough results. The missing piece is the human aspect of innovation – the raw innovation ability or innovation talent of the workforce. A snippet from Suzan Briganti’ session during the Innov8rs Connect Unconference, June-September 2020. To watch the full session recording, join Innov8rs Community with a Content or Premium Pass.
How To Be An Effective Rebel Innov8rs / Francesca Gino is an award-winning behavioral scientist, researcher, and author. She works as a professor at Harvard Business School and has been named one of the top 50 most influential management thinkers. Her 2018 book, Rebel Talent: Why it Pays to Break the Rules at Work and in Life, has created a buzz throughout the business world. In her book, Francesca describes the five ingredients behind…
The Five Habits of High-Impact Intrapreneurs Innov8rs / Intrapreneurs who try to make change from the inside out are often met with resistance, which either makes them give up and get in line or burn out and leave the company. Challenging the status quo with disruptive ideas requires balancing the rebel spirit with diplomatic tactics. These diplomatic rebels are…