As baby boomers begin retiring en masse in the next few years, organizations are likely to face an unprecedented leadership vacuum. Replacing executives and managers is a costly and time consuming proposition. The best approach is to have as much talent as possible groo... read more
This is a text on the subtle arts of confrontation and victory, originally composed in 1643 by an undefeated samurai. Appropriate for martial artists and leaders in all professions, this book analyzes the process of struggle and mastery over conflict that underlies every level of human interaction.
'By nature, by instinct, by personality, people react differently and use different techniques and ways of dealing with a situation. Success in the future will come to those who see people as unique individuals, with unique talents. Rather than just selecting people with the right skills... read more
It's a fact: A group of intelligent people, when combined in an organization, will often yield collective stupidity! We've all seen intelligence blocked, squandered, and misused in the business world - but now writer and thinker Karl Albrecht introduces the concept of "OI" ... read more
This work includes proven techniques for coming up with creative and profitable ideas-every time. Everyone is naturally creative; the key lies in knowing how to tap into that inner creativity anytime, anywhere, and for any reason. Secrets from the "Innovation Room" ex... read more
In The Future of Management, Gary Hamel argues that organizations need management innovation now more than ever. Why? The management paradigm of the last century, centred on control and efficiency, no longer suffices in a world where adaptability and creativity drive busin... read more
So many employers have done it. Hired someone who, on the day of their interview, seemed absolutely perfect for the job, then two months, two weeks or even two days after the new employee started, found themselves asking the que... read more
Twenty five action packed articles showing you how to ignite your people to peak performance. Daniel Kehoe has worked as a management consultant since 1979 in Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore & Dubai.
Twenty five action packed articles showing you how to lead and develop a high performance team. D Kehoe, worked as a management consultant since 1979 in Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore & Dubai.
|Author:||Clayton M. Christensen (Robert and Jane Cizik Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School, USA)|
In the worldwide bestseller The Innovator's Dilemma, Clayton M. Christensen exposed a crushing paradox behind the failure of many industry leaders. By doing what good companies were supposed to do-focus on pleasing their most profitable customers-leaders were paving the way f... read more