Liberate LIBRA of the currency war, and let it find its meaningful place as a STO by Prasoon Mukherjee
Calvin Coolidge said, "Doubters do not achieve, sceptics do not contribute, and cynics do not create".
Design Thinking, Lean Startup and Agile; powerful frameworks for Innovation, but how can we apply them to Organization Design? by Florine van Wulfften Palthe
I tend to say I’m a Designer by trade, but a Change Manager by heart. But I also add that it’s all the same, and here’s why.
On Tuesday 11th June, The BTN, in collaboration with Planday, hosted an event in Copenhagen for 80 technologists all around start-up to scale-up.
To be a competent-leader, you need great management-capabilities as well as outstanding attitudes and consistent-behaviours.
When Netflix, Adobe, and Google refused to do annual performance reviews of its associates, HR traditionalists dismissed it as a fashionable trend
The third instalment in my mini guide to TA Transformation is one that is probably my favourite (I do apologise in advance to anyone who is not a G
I am seeing numerous examples whereby organizations are haemorrhaging money due to the fact that employee engagement has been limited to the job on
The Business Transformation Network recently hosted an event on ‘Strategic Talent Acquisition in the Digital Age: An HRD's Perspective’ i
I have seen many businesses saying they have embarked on digital transformation while in reality, they have just digitized some of their processes.
Organisations creating numerous standalone strategies supporting value realisation, is as counterproductive as musicians in a conductor-less orches
I recently chaired a panel interviewing inspiring women from different countries and backgrounds who have become recognised technology leaders in t
HR Leaders - Evolve your continuous discussion framework in a way that is authentic and productive by Barry Flack
If you have followed the logic of my argument in this 3-part series of blogs to date (