Complex challenges that businesses increasingly face can often be better explained and discussed through visual images than spoken words. Julian Burton, an artist and change consulant, forsakes his drawing-pad to asks ‘imagine trying to explain the London Underground system just in words?’
We also explore other leadership issues such as authentic leadership and ethical behaviour.
A conversation with serial entrepreneur, Ali Partovi
William Klepper & Yoshie Nakamura
A Social Contract for Change
Using visual metaphors to represent complex issues can bring more of the brain into play.
Risk, Innovation and the Silicon Valley Entrepreneur Roddy Millar with Ali Partovi
Winning People’s Hearts Pam Weiss
Addressing the Governance Gap Catherine Bailey, David Butcher & Martin Clarke
The Leadership Credo William Klepper & Yoshie Tomozumi Nakamura
Savoir-relier: A Leadership Vision for a Complex World Valerie Gaultier
Visual Meaning as a Leadership Tool Julian Burton
The Neuroscience of Trust Susanne Jacobs & Paul Brown
Online and eLearning for Leadership Development: An IEDP Survey Roddy Millar
Leadership Research Data Focus
Co-Creating a Co-Creative Enterprise: Mahindra & Mahindra with Ross School, Michigan Tom Nash
Leading Across Boundaries: Standard Chartered Bank Tom Nash
ANATOMY OF A PROGRAM
Owners and Entrepreneurs Program – IE Business School Roddy Millar and Stephen Adamson
Beyond Tribalism: Managing Identities in a Diverse World – Celia de Anca
Led by Greatness: How Character Can Power Your Success – David Lain
Jugaad Innovation: Think Frugal, Be Flexible, Generate Breakthrough Growth – Navi Radjou, Jaideep Prabvhu, Simone Ahuja
Judgement Calls: 12 Stories of Big Decisions and the Teams that Got Them Right – Thomas H Davenport & Brook Manville
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