The Fourth Industrial Revolution presents both challenges and opportunities, as well as important implications on individual and organizational leadership.
Effective political leaders tell stories that inspire and move people. And it is only by tapping into the wellspring of leadership communication that this can be done.
The common misconception is that creative people are born. But creativity is about deeper design work that solves complex problems through creative problem solving.
Vietnam’s socio-economic growth seems unstoppable. But the fledgling nation still needs a brand of leadership that takes into account complex issues and realities.
Red and blue flags are up, it’s Malaysian independence day! This year, there seems to be a stronger sense of hope and optimism in the new government.
Design thinking may determine whether or not companies survive the fast-changing and complex challenges of today’s market.
Leadership is not having followers or being in a position of power. Leadership is finding purpose, taking action and never giving up for the greater good.
Samuel Kim underlined the three-point strand that leaders need in order to make an impact and achieve success in doing so–vision, responsibility, and passion.
Only an adaptive leader like Rob Lindros would know how to look beyond the technical problem and seek beyond himself to solve an adaptive challenge.