Changing Mindsets In Organizations

Issue 26

Technology is bringing us a world environment that most of us would not want to lose. Life without our smartphones may increase our time to ‘stop and stare’ and think and reflect, and that would be good; but I doubt many of us would welcome not being able to have their other many benefits for long. So we are torn between a Luddite longing for a quieter more pedestrian age, and the connected, fast-paced, knowledge-filled one we have in our pockets.

For leaders there seems to be a real question around AI, the answer to which we are only likely to know as it evolves. For the last decade the central mantra for leaders has been ‘authenticity’. Being authentic means being true-to-yourself, the proposition being that people respond better to authentic, if occasionally flawed or contradictory, personalities than highly polished, perfected ones.

Issue 26 has insights on and around these and other leadership issues from Ashridge Executive Education, Bath School of Management, CCL, Cranfield School of Management, HEC Paris, Oxford Saïd, UNC Kenan-Flagler and others

Key Articles

Digital Transformation, Entrepreneurship, and Social Good

Interview by Peter Chadwick

A Conversation with Professor Peter Todd, Director General/Dean of HEC Paris

Changing Mindsets in Organizations, One Brain at a Time

Barry Varcoe and Jonathan Trevor, Saïd Business School, Oxford University

Enterprises of every description – commercial, social or governmental – are having to respond to multiple customer segments and competition from non-traditional providers based anywhere in the world

Viewpoint

Digital Transformation, Entrepreneurship, and Social Good A Conversation with Professor Peter Todd, Director General/Dean of HEC Paris

Changing Mindsets in Organizations, One Brain at a Time

Holding Up a Mirror A Conversation with Veronica Hope Hailey, Dean of Bath School of Management

Executive Education

Leadersmithing

Helping Leaders Do Leadership in an Uncertain World

Leading the Aligned Enterprise

42 Leadership Research Data Focus

Corporate Practice

Empowering a Mindset for Growth UNC Kenan-Flagler helps Genworth MI build an entrepreneurial culture

Gone Fishing An Innovation Story

Exec Ed Up Date

Book Reviews

Directory

Exec Ed News

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