Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg explains how to solve the right problems by mastering the art of reframing. Have you or your colleagues ever worked hard on something only to find you were focusing on the wrong problem entirely? Most people have. Research...
CEOs worry about the shape of recovery: V, U, W, or L? The V-shaped recovery, while most desirable, is out of question according to the Fed and OECD. Rather than passively dream about a V-shaped recovery of the whole economy, which is beyond their...
These are truly extraordinary times. Social distancing puts us at risk for social disengagement and threatens to deplete one of our most important and relevant resources—our social capital.
Back2Better Webinar: Leading Innovation: Asking the Right Questions at the Right Time with Tendayi Viki
Faced with the choice of starting a company or joining a large corporation, Steve Jobs believed that it was ‘more fun to be a pirate than to join the navy’. But for innovators inside established companies, making a distinction between being a pirate and joining the navy is a fallacy. We have to figure out a way to become pirates in the navy!
Few industries or brands will survive unless they understand what Nilofer Merchant (nilofermerchant.com) calls “Onlyness” – the experience, talent, perspective, and purpose lying untapped in our own people. By centering on the source of innovation, onlyness, Nilofer enables you to unlock new business value.