For today’s leaders to survive as future leaders, they need to become more indispensable. To Shape the Future, or Be Shaped.
In a post for smartsimplicity.uk.com, I take a peak down the organisational rabbit hole and provide some simple insights on taming and rewiring the mad hatter Read the post here
Elaine Bailey, CEO of The Hyde Group, stirred a hornets’ nest earlier this year when she outlined that the behaviour of social housing has led to a dependency culture. And the HCA announced in June this year that the dependency in social housing on a culture of mediocrity in operating costs is no longer acceptable.…
Elaine Bailey, CEO of The Hyde Group, stirred a hornets’ nest earlier this year when she outlined that the behaviour of social housing has led to a dependency culture. And the HCA announced last week that the dependency in social housing on a culture of mediocrity in operating costs is no longer acceptable. What next?…
In this digital age, there has never been a more pressing need for companies across all sectors to stop being so risk averse, and instead look forward – encouraging innovation, creativity and collaboration along the way.
With algorithms set to take up to 25% of jobs worldwide, could leaders be replaced by AI, or is there an analogue future for leadership in the digital age?
Could the forthcoming UK Spending Review signal ‘A government drive to break up not-for-profit landlords and sell their assets’?
Here are the slides from the session earlier today ,24th June, outlining the rationale, a set of 8 #thirdway principles, and an eight point crowdfunding plan. Really looking forward to progressing the detail of this with fellow #innovators & #changeagents from #hseparty15, and others already connected to and working on it over the coming weeks. PHs Third Way