Creating Shaping Game Strategies

Issue 19

Innovation remains a key challenge for almost all businesses. The velocity of the modern business environmentmeans that every organization needs to be challenging and improving – innovating – constantly. Jens Maier from the University of St Gallen, and former head of learning at Zurich Financial, has been researching this area for some time and explores the importance for companies to understand the environment their innovation is fostered in. 

Key Articles

Frameworks for Breaking Down Complexity

Peter Chadwick

A conversation with Kelly Bean, Associate Dean, Executive Education, UCLA Anderson School of Management

Shaping the Game

Jens Maier

A bigger role for leadership developers

Developing Leadership Through Play

Alison James

The prime importance of play is to explore potential scenarios in a safe environment

VIEWPOINT

Frameworks for Breaking Down Complexity

Reshaping the Future of Work

Journeying Together – An Asian Approach to Management Education

LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

Developing Leadership Through Play

Shaping the Game

Changing Yourself

Leadership Journeys – Yang Yuanqing (Lenovo, CEO)

LEADERSHIP RESEARCH DATA FOCUS

CORPORATE PRACTICE

CEO Powers Step-up Culture at BHP Billiton

Mencap: Re-energizing a Not-for-Profit Mission

Times are Ever-Changing, Even for Lawyers

BOOK REVIEWS

The Business Model Navigator – Oliver Gassmann, Karolin Frankenberger & Michaela Csik

Act Like A Leader, Think Like A Leader – Herminia Ibarra

The Neuroscience of Leadership – Tara Swart, Kitty Chisholm, Paul Brown

EXEC ED NEWS

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