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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.

The Leadership Gap in Innovation

Innovation Excellence

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A disruptive world requires new leadership capabilities


Whether you are a company that wants to attract top talent or an individual who is trying to land your dream job, or create a new business, it’s becoming clear that the future of work is both human and technology centred and involves the development of new leadership capabilities.

Evoke deep change by shifting consciousness


Evoke deep change by shifting consciousness – where attention goes, energy flows. Deliver commercial, impactful and sustainable valuable outcomes, through developing a culture of inclusion, collaboration, and accountability that people appreciate and cherish.

Business Models Changing the Landscape of Growth and Innovation

Speaker: Cheryl Perkins, Founder and President, Innovationedge

Companies these days cannot afford to stand still! Cheryl Perkins, Founder and President of Innovationedge and a visionary business leader, will share best practices of companies who are defining and implementing new business models. These business models are used to create new pathways to value and deliver growth in today’s business climate. She will lead you on a journey through business model basics and describe how companies are taking innovation strategy to the next level while tackling the current challenges of talent management and innovation fatigue.

Upskilling to drive growth in the new economy


It seems that, for me, reinvention became a really useful and rewarding habit, especially as it forced me to upskill, to successfully and continuously adapt to the constant barrage of changes over my past thirty years in business.

Adapting, Learning and Growing through Uncertainty


Where we initially landed in a fog of disruptive change that settled into every fibre of our being. Re-evaluate the situation realistically (“I/we can manage our response”) where some of us re-evaluate or change the importance of existing, new ideas and facts, and plan accordingly.

Generating creative energy to innovate


Just think about how much easier it will be if innovation lead change strategies are designed, articulated, received & executed by people in the VUCA times of our Digital Age. An innovation lead change strategy in organizations often begins with a clear reason why innovation is important.

Shift Your Mindset to Think Exponentially


This means the way we work, collaborate and do everything on a daily basis changes; and organizations that don’t adapt will certainly become irrelevant. But, technology changes the playbook and the status quo is not safe from it.

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Leveraging talent in the fourth industrial revolution


Put Talent at the intersection of Strategy, Technology & Digital Change. Aligning behaviours, systems, processes, artefacts & technological changes outlined in Josh Bersin’s “Flow of Work” diagram below. Acknowledge that the desired changes begin with coaching mindset change.

Key Obstacles to Innovation Performance


Because of the fast pace of global innovation and change, organizations must improve their performance more frequently than ever before. Although you obviously shouldn’t innovate for innovation’s sake, you should understand the real need for change.



In addition to being physically isolated and washing our hands, we need to cleanse our minds to offset any catastrophic thinking that unconsciously arises when we have to struggle with change, and when dealing with uncertainty, because we, in reality, we have no knowability.

Leading people in the imagination age


Most of us are aware that the nature of work is changing. So how might this impact on future leaders, and how can we prepare for the imagination age and economy to solve some of the world’s biggest challenges, creatively and collaboratively? Shifting the leadership paradigm.

Capgemini Report on Innovation Centers: Top 5 Takeaways

Planview Spigit

They Even Encourage (Calculated) Risk-Taking… Innovation is risky by nature, what with it being so tied to change and predicting outcomes and ‘disrupting the status quo’. It shows that you embrace change, and encourage people from everywhere in the organization to share their ideas.

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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.

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.

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.

The New Important ? Strategy for a Pandemic-Shaped World


Dramatic changes in my activities throughout this pandemic took precedence. Since April, we’ve been developing and soft launching a new online collaboration experience called Blast! Pushing ahead with change since the pandemic has removed many traditional innovation barriers.

Dare to think differently


Who is curious and inquisitive, and finds change and challenging the status quo exciting, fascinating and stimulating. This also impedes creativity, progress, and change and limits the potential for change and innovation.

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


The accelerating pace of change is unfamiliar and unprecedented. To some, this change is a threat; to others, it’s an opportunity; for most, it’s both… and we’re all struggling to adjust to this new state of dynamic equilibrium”.

Developing continuous learning


To promote this “sold out” event, The Churchill Cub shared “keeping up with our changing world of work requires access to continuous learning and micro credentials to attain the bite sized chunks of knowledge we need.

Possibly a Significant Shift in the Innovation Consulting World?

Paul Hobcraft

It always catches you by surprise when one of the leading players within the innovation space makes a change. Still taking a fresh look at the underlying changes of that marriage is for another post, let’s return to Innosight’s move of being acquired by Huron.

Leading People in the Digital Age


In fact, we have never seen a change of this scope and speed in human history, creating a seismic shift from an Industrial Age to the Digital Age. Collaboration & co-creation. Adaptive change. The Digital Age requires new Leadership Capabilities.

The art of creative conversations


We all know that you can’t innovate if you don’t collaborate, yet how do we make the time to have the candid and creative conversations that true collaboration & innovation requires?

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.

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. Customer Journey Mapping Digital Transformation Leading Change

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Creative Thinking Skills – 10 Ideas for Stimulating Extreme Team Creativity


We’re developing a strategic thinking webinar for a client on cultivating and sustaining creativity among its salesforce. Brainzooming - All Posts Creativity Innovation Performance Tools Collaboration creative thinking skills

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.

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.

Surviving & thriving in the entrepreneurs game


Making them both ripe for enticement towards unsavoury & unlawful activities, and also as a potentially incredible force for effecting massive changes in education to unleash the power of entrepreneurship. Make a fundamental change choice. Most importantly, I did not have the self-esteem & self-efficacy, emotional capacity & competence & constructive leadership style to sustain it all. Being the change.

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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Cultivating a Fail Fast Culture


It also helps us to cultivate self-awareness, self-regulation and ultimately the self-mastery to deal with making changes, taking risks, making mistakes and failing consciously and constructively, and to innovate and learn.

Taking the path to digital transformation


Exploring where they need to shift – what mindsets leaders and organizations need to master if they are to adapt to & innovate with current and emergent changes. Join the next free monthly webinar in our Making Innovation a Habit Series – “Coaching to Lead Innovation.”

What does it mean to cultivate a Fail Fast Culture?


To enable people and organizations to iterate, pivot and continuously improve through intentional behaviour, system and artefact changes – in ways that provide increased value that people, and customers appreciate and cherish.

Culture of Innovation: Premera Blue Cross Engages Employees to Drive Innovation

Planview Spigit

This unique collaboration of hundreds of employees includes three primary categories: Iron Chefs, Recipes, and Ingredients. Build thought leadership and partnerships through sponsorships and strategic partnerships. 1,697 comments, collaborating ideas.

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. We aim to change that. No webinar.

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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.

Getting Started with Innovation Management


Innovation is associated with creativity, fun, change and excitement and many people speak of the need for an “Innovation Culture”. For more on how you develop an Innovation Strategy visit this webinar. Strategy & Leadership. Perhaps the most lasting effect can be expected from embedded behaviours because once they are engrained in the way a company operates they are hard to change. For more on how you develop an Innovation Culture visit this webinar.

Encouraging Innovation in an Established Product Culture

Old Products, New Tricks

Innovation is both a process and an outcome. The best way to begin innovating your products is by innovating your internal process. We'll explore the challenges, solutions, and hands-on techniques for becoming a successful "agent of change" within a well-established product culture. We'll examine the importance of UX and user-centric feature analysis, the adaptation of Agile Methodologies to the creative process, as well as a way to drive successful culture change for setting expectations and winning approvals with cross-functional stakeholders. Innovation and Leadership go hand in hand. Join Richard Cardran, Chief Creative Officer and VP Strategy, HIA Technologies, as we assess some case studies to see how to lead with a clear strategy well-defined tactics, and an unbiased understanding of the fundamental question: "why are you innovating?"