Having coaching dialogues with employees is an integrated part of the modern leadership. It makes it easier for the employees to be heard.
Internal Communication is not about producing news anymore. Younger people expect to engage with executives on social media and expect more authenticity.
In 2017 we wanted to explore the use of software robots in leadership. Could such automation and artificial intelligence help me as a leader? The answer was ‘yes’, but not in the way that I expected.
Staying relevant – both to employees and to customers – in the modern business world is a strategic challenge with new aspects to it.
Should innovation be driven top-down or bottom-up? The old, classic answer: Both. But why, and how do you do that? What are the roles of both parties?
What is an innovation speedboat really? How do you scale it to your need. Read about the five elements, that must be in place.
A blogpost on the secong day of Global Peter Drucker Forum 2017. You can read what we enjoyed and heard later in this special blogpost.
This is a blog special about what we heard, learned and was inspired by at the Global Peter Drucker Forum 2017.
A blog post on how to map your innovation. There are two ways to look at innovation: As a burning necessity, driven by external factors or a burning desire.
Leo is a software robot, who automates one of the jobs as a leader: Investigating the happiness and well-being of your employees.