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A poor internal communication strategy can hurt your bottom line.
In this video, I explore the role that Values Alignment plays when it comes to performance at work and job satisfaction, and what you can do to define your values and use them in your decision making.
In this video, I explore one of the four foundations of high performance, productivity, and effectiveness at work - extrinsic and intrinsic incentives.
In this video, I explore the role that PURPOSE plays when it comes to our performance at work.
Welcome to the WorkFlow podcast.
How your employees feel about their job, their responsibilities, and your organization as a whole can have a huge impact on your company.
Adam Long is UNICO’s Chief Information Officer. He has over 27 years’ experience envisioning and delivering software projects and products.
Sharon Zickovic is the cofounder and Chief Innovation Officer at Wicked Lab. Wicked Lab supports multi-stakeholder groups address complex social policy problems (wicked problems).
Employee engagement is one of the best indicators for organizational success. Engaged organizations are more productive, more innovative, and more financially successful than their less engaged counterparts—and if you want to take your business to the next level, focusing on employee engagement is one of the best ways to drive results.
Delegations of authority might safeguard organizations at risk, but it may come at the cost of innovation and employee fulfilment.
Let’s talk about employee productivity. How do you feel about the amount of work you and your employees get done each and every day? Are you satisfied with what you’re getting accomplished? Or do you feel like your workplace productivity needs a swift kick in the pants?
If you want to take your business to the next level, one of the best ways to do it? Focus on your company’s culture. The culture at your business can have a positive impact on everything, from work environment to productivity to employee morale.
What people really want is meaningful work and meaningful relationships.
Why a positive review is oftentimes anything but positive.
How can I build trust with my team working remotely? Trust in the workplace essentially refers to our confidence in people’s ability to get things done, as promised.
Lessons on Accelerated Learning and Life
The year was 2012 and like many young working professionals, I caught the startup itch. Rather than just talking about ideas, I decided to actually execute on one of them.
If you’re the type of leader who likes to micro-manage, oversee every action your employees take and ensure that they have no autonomy or sense of control, then you’re probably feeling a little disoriented by having everybody work from home as a result of your ‘COVID-19 policy’ being activated.
COVID-19 has had a deleterious effect on our world as we know it.
Recently, my company was engaged by a large telecommunications provider to perform an innovation assessment.
In a world of push notifications, email, instant messaging, and shrinking office space, we’re becoming increasingly distracted at work.
When our car breaks down, we call a mechanic.When our bathroom is flooded, we call a plumber.
I recently had James Clear, author of Atomic Habits, on my podcast (below) to talk all about — surprise surprise — habit building.
Human beings are social animals.
Hong Kong is currently ranked 16th in the Global Innovation Index and corporate innovation has never been more important in the region than it is now.
I recently had Innosight Managing Director Scott Anthony guest on the Future Squared podcast and we riffed on all things corporate innovation, or being an entrepreneur inside a large, established organisation.
The 9 to 5 workday is a product of nineteenth-century socialism.
In poker, your bankroll represents how much money you’ve set aside exclusively to play.
On 17 January 1944, the Office of the Strategic Services of the CIA issued the Simple Sabotage Field Manual.
In the early days of Collective Campus, like most new organisations, we kept ourselves afloat by taking part time jobs on the side and working with a number of small clients who paid us just enough to keep the lights on.
Every day we’re tasked with making decisions.
Australia is currently ranked number 23 on the Global Innovation Index 2017.
Fear of failure is often referred to as the number one enemy of creativity.
The average company lifespan continues to drop. In the mid 20th century the average company lifespan was more than 60 years and this stands at just 15 years today. This is expected to fall further to 10 years by the year 2025.
Here are five stories of companies that know how to surprise and delight their customers.
Leaders are realising the importance of culture in enabling innovation but at the same time innovation blockers are still prevalent within organisations. Here are five key factors blocking corporates from innovating.
Struggling to get sell your innovation idea to management? Developing a pitch is an effective way to communicate your idea and all the details underpinning it.
Singapore is fast growing into an innovation powerhouse. There are ten organisations that are running innovation programs in Singapore that you need to know about.
The sign of a healthy innovation culture is one in which its people feel comfortable sharing their ideas, opinions and criticisms, without fear of retribution.
Managers are incentivised to deliver on an existing, repeatable business model, not to help discover new ones. So how do we incentivise them to innovate without sacrificing the core business model which is, after all, where we make money today?
One of Australia’s long running broadcast networks, TEN, went into voluntary administration recently after reporting a $232 million loss. This is yet another sobering reminder that the once mighty will fall unless they begin to challenge their existing business models, despite the fact that it’s where they make all of their money today.
A roadmap to effectively partnering with startups.
Do you know how well your business is performing when it comes innovation? Would you like to know how to improve your innovation capability?
Here's our list of 20 best books on innovation. These are essential reads are relevant for innovation management, creativity and entrepreneurship for 2016, 2017 and 2018.
Design Thinking is just one piece of the corporate innovation puzzle and it alone is never enough.
The story of a 3M researcher, $99 purchase orders and a $60B empire.
Do you have what it takes to be a great Innovation Manager?
Busting the biggest corporate innovation myths and some tips to counter these common lies
In an age where the time between disruptions is getting shorter and the exponential growth of technology threatens the upheaval of almost every industry, certainty is fast becoming a distant memory. Yet, when it comes to deciding which projects to invest in at most large organisations, we often rely on projections and estimates based on assumptions about the same uncertain future. Think of this as the Innovator’s Funding Dilemma, encapsulated by these five common pitfalls of funding corporate innovation projects.
Most of us are familiar with Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. The theory on psychological health is now almost 70 years purpose rather than just profit, in stark contrast to prior generations, a testament to having already met their other needs.
Large organisations apply the same metrics and evaluation criteria on potentially disruptive, risky, ‘out of the box’ innovation as they do for incremental improvements and business as usual investment decisions. Clearly this makes no sense.
How do you go about finding and hiring such applicants when your company insists on candidates meeting criteria such as being a certified accountant which tends not to lend itself to right-brained, creative thinking.
More and more companies that were once small and built their reputation on disruptive innovations, are now big, and have other priorities.
Scrum is a framework for developing and sustaining complex products. This guide contains the definition of Scrum, including Scrum’s roles, events, artifacts, and the rules that bind them together. This guide is backed by Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland, developers of scrum.
The Kanban board gives you an excellent overview of your current work situation. Visualizing work in a team environment simplifies communication and lead to improved effectiveness.