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Developing collaborative leadership styles


With a national election for a new Australian government about to take place in less than a weeks’ time, it raises key questions around the impact of collaborative, autocratic or competitive leadership styles. Moving beyond collaboration between people.

Simplifying strategic alignment – building resilient and sustainable organisations


The outcomes included increased cohesion, collaboration, and agility, making them resilient and sustainable as high performing and fast-moving effective teams – who responded quickly to change, often in the face of disruption and adversity.

How can we prepare people for a future we cannot predict?


The ultimate outcome will be determined not by the technology itself, but by human ingenuity, collaboration, and an explicit intention to try to make the world a better place.”. Join the next free monthly webinar in our Making Innovation a Habit Series – “Coaching to Lead Innovation.”

The interplay between innovation, creativity, and consciousness


It is also enjoyable building connections, and ultimately collaborative relationships with different people across diverse professions, demographics, groups, teams, hierarchies, disciplines and structures.

Creating high-performing and faster-moving teams


A sort of Tuesdays with Morrie for aspiring managers and leaders in the connected, digitized exponentially changing the world, making team coaching the new collaborative cultural norm.

How to Build Your Culture of Human-Centered Innovation


True Leadership entails building empathy for those you are entrusted to help. Make 2020 your year to innovate Learn more in this free webinar. If you are ready to explore Human-Centered Innovation for your team, join us in this free webinar.

What does it mean to cultivate a Fail Fast Culture?


It is a useful and important agile concept, that allows developer to reduce the time lag and costs in detecting the opportunity, problem or the failure, and relaying the detection back to the responsible developer to iterate and pivot the next phase of its development.

Generating creative energy to innovate


Making their ability to engage, enrol & implement the change processes involved in collaborating in executing the innovation strategy will be severely limited. To build receptivity & readiness to enrage in & collaborate with innovation led change.

Leveraging talent in the fourth industrial revolution


Outlining an inclusive vision, mission & strategy that support speed, agility, learning, collaboration, teaming & networking – as the key levers for effecting organizational productivity & performance improvements. Valuing collaboration over individual effort.

Why mindsets matter in digital innovation


Flexible organizations will be more open to changing processes and structures, valuing agility and responsiveness in meeting new and emerging needs of stakeholders, partners & consumers.

Reinventing the Entrepreneurship Game


Models & replicates how successful entrepreneurs lead & build entrepreneurial companies that accelerate access to new markets & ultimately become scalable, high-growth businesses, within collaborative eco-systems. The power of team cohesion & collaboration.

Retool to win in the next decade


Whilst most of the risks discussed were not new, & mostly well known, and some even have well-defined solutions, those that don’t require businesses to retool to win in the next decade; “But most of them require collaboration and collective action.

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Key Obstacles to Innovation Performance


It’s a positive loop: When the culture supports agile decision making and “fast failure” , people are more willing to come up with and execute new ideas. She’s also contributing to other premiere destinations for content related to leadership, innovation and culture.

Cultivating a Fail Fast Culture


It can be used to empower people to be-come authentically courageous, creative and decisive smart risk takers and game changing agility shifters. Join the next free monthly webinar in our Making Innovation a Habit Series – “Coaching to Lead Innovation.”

CREATE A HIGH PERFORMANCE TEAM one conversation at a time

Idea Champions

While it's true there is no "i" in "TEAM", there is definitely an "i" in INSIGHT, INTERDEPENDENCE, and COLLABORATION. billion people on Planet Earth increase the odds of their collaborative endeavors actually bearing fruit. No webinar. WORKSHOP: Agile Leadership/Agile Teams.

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Taking the path to digital transformation


How do we apply digital technologies to drive innovation, leveraging new tools, platforms, and processes (such as agile) in order to turn insights into new products and services? Join the next free monthly webinar in our Making Innovation a Habit Series – “Coaching to Lead Innovation.”

Nope, Digital transformation is NOT just about tech!

The Future Shapers

Just last week I completed a webinar where I spoke at length about the importance of having design thinking in the organisation’s digital transformation journey.

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The Winning Formula for Financial Process Improvement – How TSYS is Defining the Future of Fintech


Rapidly changing customer behaviours, disruptive digital technologies, and the emergence of agile fintech start-ups means that disruption is an ever-present danger. There has never been a more critical time for financial firms to prioritize innovation.

It’s a Bird, It’s A Plane, It’s a User Champion

Boxes and Arrows

In this origin story, the beakers would be labeled “agile” and “user experience (UX)” because the user champion borrows some of the best ideas from both disciplines. From agile, it takes the idea of the product owner (or in this case, product champion). Rubin, in The Essential Scrum , defines the product owner as “the empowered central point of product leadership.”. No wonder product owner is one of the hardest roles to successfully fill in the agile process.

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Surviving & thriving in the entrepreneurs game


As well as a “meaning of life check” as to what appeared to me as a superficial & yet somewhat unsatisfying life centred around fashion’s deliberate obsolescence & the abundance of female leadership models often replicating dysfunctional male behaviours. Most importantly, I did not have the self-esteem & self-efficacy, emotional capacity & competence & constructive leadership style to sustain it all.

Encouraging Innovation in an Established Product Culture

Old Products, New Tricks