Facing paradox and conflict, and opposing yet valid choices, the only way a Leader can help others steer a successful path is to answer “yes” – by becoming a world class [...]
The basic concept is that the more complex a civilization, the more people, the more communication we get – but also the more energy we use, and entropy comes into play. Net, expansion brings with it an evolved empathy for others and the system as a whole – but it tends to consume resources at an alarming rate. A paradox in the way of [...]
I am very pleased that my work on “Developing Leaders in a Global landscape” has just been published in Linkage Inc’s “Best Practice in Leadership Development”.
From the Top Trends blog …. a fascinating visualisation of the world’s possible futures.
“Here, at last, is my 2009 trend blend map. Here’s how it works. The main body of the map contains the mega-trends. These are, in no particular order:
There are then eight arms, which represent the [...]
From HRO Magazine, by Atul VashisthaThe six secrets of change management will help you tackle fear head-on and produce the kind of results you’re looking for in service globalization.
The greatest challenge in services globalization comes from people.” That’s what an HR executive told me the other day about her experience managing change in services globalization. [...]
From the “Many to Many” blog, by Danah Boyd
“Last week, I gave a talk at O’Reilly’s Etech on how large-scale digital communities can handle the tensions between global information networks and local interaction and culture. I’ve uploaded the crib for those who are interested in reading the talk: “G/localization: When Global Information and Local Interaction [...]