Organizations today stand atop of shifting sands. In order to survive this terrain unexplored, it is essential to reinvent, reimagine and reinvigorate your work models continuously.
Why Corporates Are Teaching Their Employees to Be Kids again
What does it mean when the skills we seek today in our preparation for tomorrow are the same as the ones we all held yesterday? Put succinctly – this is what we call the educational chasm.
The digital transformation is not simply about technology, it is about transforming the DNA of a company, shifting their culture to one that is more collaborative and open in nature.
Putting the Human back into Human Resources
How can Human Resources continue to justify its name when it is repeatedly characterized by figures, statistics, and testing? In short, it can’t, but there is another way.
Slash and Burn
With almost twenty year's experience at Adobe, Sebastian Shaw has witnessed first hand how companies must sometimes reinvent themselves in order to survice.
True Leaders are Redundant
An American diplomat meets a French diplomat and says. “We have invented a new approach, it’s incredible, and it works in practice.” The French diplomat replies, “That’s great, but does it work in theory?”
The second in our maize.LIVE series looks at what lies ahead in the world of future companies and innovative organizations.
A tongue-in-cheek look at how organizations became what they are today. Part of the first day our second maize.LIVE event: Future Companies & Innovative Organizations
Human Innovation Culture
How simple is it to redesign an organisation from scratch and challenge traditional structures and the status quo, giving employees the ability and legitimacy to redefine the boundaries and culture in which they operate? H-FARM's Human Innovation Culture is a case study on how this works.