Category Archives: Learning

The Case for Greater Collective Leadership

Leadership is important as without it organisations would have no direction and people would have no one to follow. But is all leadership the same, or are different leadership models required in different circumstances? David Trafford and Peter Boggis think

Experiential Learning Journeys: A Source of Shared Insights and Collective Leadership

In this article, Peter Boggis and David Trafford argue that deploying the principles of experiential learning through one or more ‘Learning Journeys’ is an effective way of developing collective leadership from the shared insights and experiences gained. They also help

IS Organisational Capabilities: The Source of Sustained Performance

The advent of new digital technologies – such as social media, mobile, analytics and embedded devices – not only offer the means to digitally transform the way we do business; they present significant challenges for most IS organisations. ‘Being digital’ …

Beyond Default – Moving Your Organisation to an Improved Future

David Trafford explores why strategy implementation, transformational change and merger integration continues to be a challenge for many organisations, with a high proportion of these initiatives failing to deliver their intended outcomes. One explanation explored in this article is that

Experiential Learning in Executive Development

It’s widely accepted that the more senior and experienced the individual, the less they learn from formal training. Yet companies continue to spend considerable sums on this form of development. We also know that if you ask a person for …

Leadership Implications of Business-IT Convergence

Vaughan Merlyn argues that the goal of IT-enabled enterprises is no longer Business-IT Alignment, but Business-IT Convergence. He not only gives an historical perspective to this argument, but discusses the implications of this trend for business and IT leaders alike.

 
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