“The biggest misconception about innovation is that it’s about ideas. It’s not. It’s about solving problems. So the first step to building an innovative team is to hire people interested in the problems you need to solve. If there is a true commitment to a shared mission, the ideas will come.”
– Greg Satell on Harvard Business Review https://hbr.org/2018/02/4-ways-to-build-an-innovative-team
Candidate’s often ask us “Can I make it?”. Stuart Carruthers has some tips for those looking for ‘more’ in their careers.
Company cultures need to constantly adapt to changing economies and industries. Getting that culture to begin to move, starts with the organisation’s leaders.
Candice Lewis has made it a personal mission, from now until Christmas, to not utter any of those tired icebreaker one-liners. What personal development mission are you setting your sights on?Candice Lewis on The Slade Report
I’m currently completing a Ross Clennett Program – Leadership Coaching for High Performance (highly recommended, BTW). As part of my homework, I explored some of Ross’s previous blog articles as... Read »
David Green, Global Director People Analytics Solutions at IBM, presents key takeaways from the Wharton People Analytics Conference 2017. David covers people analytics, inclusiveness, cognitive diversity, importance of trust, and more.David Green on LinkedIn
Last week I attended the fourth edition of the Wharton People Analytics Conference, hosted by Adam Grant and Cade Massey, in Philadelphia. Here are my key takeaways from a fabulous two days. Read »
In 2012, Google’s People Operations department set out to study hundreds of teams to figure out why some stumbled while others soared. Charles Duhigg, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and senior editor, provides a detailed review of this research and offers thoroughly fascinating insight into the hallmarks of extraordinary teams.Charles Duhigg on The New York Times
ike most 25-year-olds, Julia Rozovsky wasn’t sure what she wanted to do with her life. She had worked at a consulting firm, but it wasn’t a good match. Read »