A People-First Organisational Culture Revolution. Existential. Not Optional. by Karen Walker
We Change Teams, Not Companies by Mehmet Baha
Hangover Days, Informal Dress Codes and Dogs in the Office - how to make quirky perks work in your organisation
The Executive Whisperer by Jardena London
Is organisational change really that difficult? by Manuel Giudice
The Seven Sins of Innovation by Dr Dave Richards
How to prepare your business to successfully adopt new technology
When James Cameron, world famous movie director, was starting the revolutionary AVATAR movie project he had t–shirts made up for his crew, with the words: Hope is not a strategy. James Cameron is known for being particularly meticulous in his leadership style, he has a plan A, a plan B, and a plan C, and “expects to be on Plan C by his second cup of coffee.” It is for this reason that he has been asked to give lectures to NASA and the US Navy about how to manage complex and dangerous projects where devastating changes can happen in an instant.
All change here, mind the gap! by Andrew Fox
So much seems to be written about culture, and its importance, and the role leaders play in creating it. And yet in my personal experience CEO’s and CHRO’s don’t spend nearly enough time and energy on the subject. And of course whether you actively manage it or not, every organisation has one or more cultures ( large organisations often have subsets of culture within).
The Dark Side of Leadership: 11 Reasons Leaders Fail
The second, and arguably most important half, lies in building and maintaining a highly-effective team.