Cambodia Public Works Senior Minister lauds Adaptive Leadership training 

2019-03-19T16:59:36+00:00

Companies collapse because of a combination of complex factors that somehow come together to form the perfect storm. The obvious answer is that companies did not have the hustle to stay ahead of competitors. More difficult to recognize behind company failures is the powerful influence of values, attitudes, and culture.

Cambodia Public Works Senior Minister lauds Adaptive Leadership training 2019-03-19T16:59:36+00:00

3 Reasons Why Organizational Success Takes More Than Just Strategy

2019-02-01T11:14:49+00:00

Companies collapse because of a combination of complex factors that somehow come together to form the perfect storm. The obvious answer is that companies did not have the hustle to stay ahead of competitors. More difficult to recognize behind company failures is the powerful influence of values, attitudes, and culture.

3 Reasons Why Organizational Success Takes More Than Just Strategy2019-02-01T11:14:49+00:00

Self-efficacy: Why belief in your own success matters

2019-01-10T18:04:37+00:00

One is living proof that prosperity is not the end all and be all of the national aspirations. Another is wracked by the undeniable deadweight of affirmative action for a racial majority. The third has been known as the “Sick Man of Asia” for decades after being an economic star in the 1960s, second only to Japan. Is there a common thread running through these three distinct narratives?

Self-efficacy: Why belief in your own success matters2019-01-10T18:04:37+00:00

Do leaders have to choose? Words vs. action

2019-01-07T14:41:20+00:00

“If a man carrying half a bucket of water passes you by, you can hear all kinds of water sputtering. If, however, he carries a full bucket of water, it will be much quieter.” When it is only half full, the bucket is lighter and is likely to shake back and forth, whereas a full bucket will be steady because it becomes heavier.

Do leaders have to choose? Words vs. action2019-01-07T14:41:20+00:00

Want win-win solutions? Try empathy

2019-01-10T20:31:26+00:00

At the heart of Design Thinking is empathy. What drives the other parts of the process – from prototyping to iteration – is a desire to give a seriously impactful solution to a seriously problematic pain point. And the beauty of Design Thinking and empathy is that it can be applied to increasingly sophisticated areas from products and services to culture, policies, interactions, and experiences.  

Want win-win solutions? Try empathy2019-01-10T20:31:26+00:00

Leveraging on listening: What Singapore knows that Malaysia doesn’t

2019-01-02T09:34:59+00:00

The fates of these two countries seem so inextricably intertwined, thanks to shared realities that had already become increasingly complex by the time Singapore separated from Malaysia in 1965 – after a stormy 23-month union.

Leveraging on listening: What Singapore knows that Malaysia doesn’t2019-01-02T09:34:59+00:00