With the change and pressures facing the workforce, resilience has been a frequent topic amongst the leadership. But how much of an individual’s ability to be resilient can be attributed to the group in which they belong? Let’s explore.
When is a transformation a transformation? For executive leaders looking to drive meaningful change, it’s crucial to recognise the difference between technology projects and technology-enabled transformation.
Whenever we introduce change, we introduce risk. However, whilst most transformation risk registers document the activity risks, few consider the planned benefits risk that may arise from the change itself.
The role that data plays in transformation is increasingly critical – both the data we know exists in organisational silos and the ‘unknowable’ data that can be leveraged to land a successful transformation.
Australia’s business community is increasingly passing a critical lens over the information it needs to manage; however, information management projects remain deeply challenging to deliver.
Managing the transitions that come with divestment is a challenging process but there are some clear dos and don’ts that can smooth the way.
2020 has shone a spotlight on the power of intentional leadership, how important it is for our teams and organisational culture when uncertainty becomes the norm.
Digital natives are increasingly moving into leadership and changemaker roles – what is the impact on the way organisations innovate and develop programs of work?