In the vast and ever-shifting landscape of organisational change, where the winds of innovation, strategy, and technology constantly reshape the terrain, there lies a pivotal yet often overlooked element—transformative leadership.
In the dazzling world of buzzwords and business jargon, 'innovation' reigns supreme. It's the mantra chanted in boardrooms and brainstorming sessions, touted as the elixir for all corporate ailments. But
In the dynamic world of business, change is not just inevitable; it's the very essence of progress. But how organisations and their leaders approach this change can make the difference
'Digital Transformation' has become a ubiquitous phrase, hasn't it? We really need to demystify a common fallacy though: most initiatives labeled as 'digital transformation' are merely system implementations, far from being
As transformation leaders, we often operate in complex and constantly evolving environments. In such situations, having a strong support system that can provide guidance, feedback, and ideas is critical for
The Transformation Leaders Podcast Episode #75 BARRY ROBBINS Tony's guest today is Barry Robbins. During the show, Barry shares his view that he rarely sees a technology project fail because of technology.
There are many stats out there that talk about the rate of failure of transformation activities but very few that discuss the reasons behind these stats - in this article,
If you're contemplating launching a new consulting business or indeed scaling an existing one in 2024, you're likely drawn to the allure of independence, impact, and potential financial rewards. However,
Business transformation can be a challenging and complex process, and the engagement of an organisation's middle management is crucial to its success. Middle managers play a vital role in facilitating change and driving employee participation