The assumptions in expert models are being questioned as Donald Trump's Presidency has surprised many. It's time to consider alternate futures, not just the "official" future, in strategy development.
Silos, Motivation, and Convergent Thinking: Key Questions for People & Culture from Creative Innovation Global 2016
This week I have the privilege of attending day one of the Creative Innovation Global conference here in Melbourne. Key questions for People & Culture about positive siloing, motivation, and convergent thinking emerged.
If you are a driver for Uber or ride-sharing platform Lyft, a host on AirBnB, or a “tasker” doing odd jobs on TaskRabbit, you may consider yourself what has been recently labelled a micropreneur.
Sci Fi movies provide scenarios that don't predict the future, but can inspire its' creation.
One way to generate innovative ideas is to stop trying to think outside the box, and to get yourself a smaller box instead.
From Oculus Rift to HoloLens, innovations in virtual reality have companies scrambling to create the first great headset on the market. While originally focused on the gaming and entertainment industry, there's no denying that virtual and augmented reality technology will directly impact the way we work and communicate as well.
It is said that culture eats strategy for breakfast. But the two aren't mutually exclusive - and perhaps you should be eating strategy for breakfast too.
Research from the London Business School finds if the current exponential trend continues, the typical Generation Z employee will have 32 different employers in their working lives.