Created in conjunction with the Innovation Programmes, our professionally researched summaries of the latest in business and management innovation, drawn from the finest practitioner and academic presses globally, keep you at the forefront of innovation.
Throughout history, priests, academics, sages and wisemen have advised leaders on how to lead. How to wield power, conduct yourself with dignity, and inspire love or dread in your people: all these questions have been answered in different ways across the centuries.Read More »
In the 21st century, organisations, possessed by the culture of high performance and continuous improvement, sometimes push employees to behave like top rational achievers, while forgetting about their inner emotional labyrinths. Research suggests that individuals with high emotional intelligence display better social relationships, performance, negotiation skills, and are generally more content with their life.Read More »
Entrepreneurship represents the capacity to create, develop, organise and ultimately manage a successful business. Whilst the term has become widely synonymous with the development of new and emergent business ideas, entrepreneurship is also a process which can be utilised to enhance processes within the structures of existing organisations.Read More »
The ability to successfully identify, confront and overcome problems within the workplace presents a key facet of effective organisational functioning. However, work-related problems (and their root cause) can often be unique, unfamiliar and thus difficult to navigate. Consequently, we find ourselves in a position whereby organisations are continually required to adapt and engage in new and innovate ways of thinking in an effort to find positive solutions to these “wicked problems”.Read More »