Building Leaders For The Imagination Age: The Case For The i4 Neuroleader Model

by Katharine McLennan on 12 January 2016


Over the last few months, I have had the opportunity to speak to both my 30-year reunion of high school and my 20-year reunion of my Stanford MBA class. Both occasions gave me cause to reflect on how much the world has changed since 1985 and 1995, respectively.

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Mastering Innovation

by Mark Hodgson on 10 January 2016


Most of us have now had direct exposure to the impact of the VUCA age. No longer just an interesting theory, the impact of increased Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity is seen in heightened competition, lost jobs, new ways of working (contract and remote) and greater le …

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The Sales Person Is Dead. Long Live The Sales Leader

by Ian Lowe on 7 January 2016


“Houston we have a problem!” is a quote made famous by Tom Hanks in his portrayal of Astronaut James Lovell in the 1995 movie Apollo 13 after their spacecraft experiences massive damage ending their mission to the Moon and putting the lives of the three astronauts on board in great je …

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My 2016 Wish

by Silvia Damiano on 3 January 2016

As I lazily sink into the couch after Christmas lunch, my family and I choose to put on a movie called ‘The Book Thief’. I had watched it a couple of years ago and enjoyed it a lot. This time I am about to learn something, which makes watching it twice worthwhile.

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