Ultimately that is the core challenge; how to reimagine what an organization is and how it does what it does in order to maintain its original purpose in response to those waves of global changeRead More
Without having solved this primary problem of self-deception and assumed objectivity, no other problem will be solvable.Read More
“We’re at the front-end of a giant technological wave, which doesn’t just change our processes, but will change the whole nature of work for huge factions of society.”Read More
“Consumer Mass-Marketing Capitalism is the particular flavor of Capitalism that we’re stuck in at the moment. It relegates us to being mere consumers while it eats the world’s natural resources in order to create the appearance of plenty. But it is dying. And that’s a good thing.”Read More
cannot build trust.
People build trust."
“Feedback loops between customers and employees are now synchronous. Every employee in a company plays a significant role in the brand strategy of the organization he/she is a part of.Read More
"We either adapt or 'die'. Not to put too fine a point on things."
“This fourth source of power is public opinion. This source is currently having birthing pains, but give it time. There are hundreds of initiatives around the world aimed at making it easier, more effective and more constructive at shaping information and opinion into consensus and shared purpose.”Read More
The incessant insistence on higher and higher performance from all around you, not to mention the super high goals and standards you set for yourself, can create increased wear and tear. And just like your car, the faster you want to go, the better balanced you need to be.Read More
It matters because deliberate focus on any skill improves that skill and this skill of using the unconscious is a badly neglected one, most certainly in business.Read More
“An epigenetic change known as “methylation”— named after methyl, the chemical compound that is responsible— shuts down a key gene that is designed to tell the stress system to turn off when a threat has passed. The result: stress dysregulation (SDR) that leads to an oversupply of the stress hormone cortisol on a pretty constant basis.”Read More
The impact the person has on an organisation which they work for / are involved with goes a great deal further than whatever job or role description they may have.Read More